This year’s sponsor Caddy, had a commercial that talked about re-inventing the blue blooded look. I’m not sure if Dallas IFF 2011 did that, but it sure was a wild ride. Take a peak at Dallas IFF 2011 with PSD’s photographer Derrick Williams and his adventure along the Red Carpet.
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Tags: 8, A Seizure By Nathan Jones, Arthur, Bret Curry, Cadillac, Candice Reisser, Cannes Film Festival, Chris Gardner, Composer Theodore Shapiro, DALLAS IFF 2011, Daniel Laabs, Derrick T. Williams, Derrick Williams, Director Blake Calhoun, Director Blake Rowan, Director Charles Son, Director Clay Jeter, Director Dave Boyle, Director Ian Power, Director Tanner Beard, Director Ya'Ke Smith, George Wada, Glenn Morshower, Goh Nakamura, James Faust, Jess + Moss, Julie Gould, Katrina's Son, Laurie McNair, Lee Clay, Logan Gould, Mallory Carrick, Michael Armbruster, Narcissism and Me, Nathan Jones, Photographer, Producer Brendan McDonald, Producer Farah White, Producer Macdara Kelleher, Protect the Nation, Russell Brand, Ryan Lee, Sarah Hagan, Shawn Ku, Spilt Milk, Summer Glau, Surrogate Valentine, The Legend of Hell's Gate: An American Conspiracy, The Runway, Wolf, Writer Dan Bower
Categories : Dallas, DIFF 2011, Film
A PSD favorite and friend, Director Topaz Adizes latest short film, BOY, has just been announced as one of the shorts at CANNES ’50th Critics Week’. Topaz was a juror member for the Dallas IFF 2011. On the closing weekend of the festival Topaz and I chatted about BOY, DALLAS IFF and so much more. Here is our video interview with the talented Director Topaz Adizes.
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Tags: Boy, Cannes, Cannes Film Festival, DALLAS IFF 2011, Laurie McNair, Topaz Adizes
Categories : Dallas, DIFF 2011, Film, Interview
Tuesday night the Dallas Film Society awarded groundbreaking writer/director Guillermo Arriaga the Star Award. The amazing event started with an afternoon screening of The Burning Plain and was followed by the Star Award event at the lovely Latino Cultural Center.
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Tags: 21 Grams, Academy Award, Alexander Payne, Amores Perros, Babel, Bafta, Benicio Del Toro, Brad Pitt, Cannes Film Festival, Cate Blanchet, Chralize Theron, Dallas, Dallas Film Society, Denis Johnson, Denton, DIFF 2010, Douglas Coupland, Golden Globe, Guillermo Arriaga, Jennifer Lawrence, Joaquim de Almeida, Latino Cultural Center of Dallas, Mexican Bicentennial, Mexican Consulate of Dallas, Milan Kunera, Morgan Freeman, Naomi Watts, Robert DeNiro, Sam Rockwell, Sean Penn, Simon Bross, Star Award, Texas, The Burning Plain, Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, Tommie Lee Jones, University of North Texas
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