“These Go To Eleven!”, PSD’s Best Films of 2011.

29 12 2011

Click Thru for our 11 Best Films of 2011 and a few honorable mentions.

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Dallas IFF 2011 – OK Buckaroos

6 04 2011

(via Dallas IFF on Facebook)

“The first duty of a revolutionary is to get away with it.”

Jerry Jeff Walker, outlaw country troubadour, is the subject of director Patrick Tourville’s documentary, OK Buckaroos. Not only was a packed house treated to an in-depth look into the life of one of music’s most innovative artists, but we were also privileged to see the man perform live.

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Dallas IFF 2011 – Euforia Live at the Nasher Sculpture Center.

4 04 2011

DIFF 2011 has out done itself.  A spectacular evening at Euforia Live at the Nasher Sculpture Garden on Sunday Night showcased the tremendous talents of fine artist Rolando Diaz (hat) and Composer/Pianist Seth Simmons.  Seth chatted with us just moments before the duo captivated a stylish audience, in which included Scrubs Star Judy Reyes.

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DIFF 2011 – One LUCKY Place!!

3 04 2011

Screen Legend Ann-Margret with her  Lucky Director Gil Cates Jr. on Friday Night at Victory Park’s Red Carpet Event.  The cast and crew of Lucky came out and showcased their funny dark comedy to the DIFF audiences.  Check out more with Gil, star Ari Graynor and a much more with the awesome LUCKY team.

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DIFF 2011 – Family Friendly Entertainment.

24 03 2011

The 2011 DALLAS International Film Festival Family Day presented by Bright Realty and COOPER & THE CASTLE HILLS GANG will be held on Saturday, April 2 at NorthPark Center.

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Days Away from the Dallas IFF

22 03 2011

Thursday March 31st  The Dallas IFF begins at the Winspear Opera House.  The Senior Programmer for The DALLAS IFF, Sarah Harris, sat down with PSD to discuss the exciting times ahead. The video interview is after the jump.

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A Wolf is coming.

21 03 2011

Ya’Ke takes home the Best Narrative Short from the 2010 Austin Film Festival.

Award-winning Director Ya’Ke Smith discusses former students, his award winning short film Katrina’s Son, and his feature film he is in the process of making.  The video interview with Ya’Ke is after the jump.

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