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Where to Watch ‘Dune’ and More Oscar 2022 Nominations for Best Picture

It’s Oscar season. Local theaters are putting the best picture nominees back on their screens. Here’s what you need to know, whether you’re looking for an experience on the big screen or in your living room.
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How a Local Kid Answered the Call to Become a Ghostbuster

Logan Kim gained overnight fame from his big-screen debut as Podcast in the reboot-sequelGhostbusters: Afterlife.
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Back in the Saddle: How Jockey Connected a Dallas Filmmaker with His Roots

Clint Bentley's debut drama, which opens this week, was inspired by bittersweet memories of his father's career in horse racing.
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Why a Former SMU Rower-Turned-Filmmaker Is Sharing Her Struggle

Lauren Hadaway's love-hate relationship with the sport formed the basis forThe Novice, a deeply personal drama opening this week.
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Even in the Darkest Roles, Molly Quinn Tries to Find the Bright Side

The Texarkana native, who got her big break in Dallas at age 12, stars in Mickey Reece's offbeat horror filmAgnes, which she also produced.
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A New Documentary Slices Up the Corsicana Fruitcake Scandal

Celia Aniskovich'sFruitcake Fraudtakes a deep dive into the embezzlement saga involving an executive at the famed Collin Street Bakery.
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How Riley Cusick’sAutumn RoadEvolved Beyond Its Low-Budget Horror Roots

The Denton filmmaker wanted to move past traditional Halloween tropes for his Texas-shot feature debut, which premieres this week.
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How a Dallas Filmmaker’s Feature Debut Embraced a Pandemic Pivot

After writingThe Ghost Lightsin a week, Timothy Stevens shot the horror film in 10 days with a local cast and crew between Dallas and the Big Bend region.
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Shot in Fort Worth, a Low-Budget Drama Finds a New Perspective on Grief

Two years after it was finished,No Futurescreened at the Dallas International Film Festival prior to its streaming release.
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Why an Upstart Israeli Filmmaker Insisted Upon Coming to Texas

Aharon Keshales filmed the low-budget crime thrillerSouth of Heaven, starring Jason Sudeikis, in the Dallas area in early 2020.
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