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Kickstarter Film Festival coming to North Texas


The Orchard

North Texas is getting another film fest but this one has a twist: it’s free. Read more

NBC 5 announces new vice president of news


Courtesy KXAS

Mark Ginther is the new vice president of news for KXAS/Channel 5, the station announced Monday. He replaces Susan Tully, who departed in June to take become president and general manager of... Read more

Edward Burns takes on 1960s New York in ‘Public Morals’


Jojo Whilden

Edward Burns, the actor and indie filmmaker, can talk for hours about old New York. Read more

DFW celebrities share funny first-day-of-school memories

It’s that time again: the first day of school. Read more

‘Walking Dead’ spinoff comes alive


Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC

After five seasons of The Walking Dead, it’s time to go back to the beginning. Read more

WFAA's Byron Harris to retire in October



One of the best-known — and best — investigative reporters in North Texas will leave the air in less than two months. Read more

Movie review: ‘The Diary of a Teenage Girl’


Sony Pictures Classics

Big summer action movies can be thrilling, but if you really want to feel your heart pounding out of your chest, try being a 15-year-old girl for 101 minutes. Read more

Patrick Stewart reinvents himself in chaotic comedy ‘Blunt Talk’


Starz Entertainment

Meet the new Patrick Stewart — the wild and crazy version. Read more

Movie review: ‘Ten Thousand Saints’


The Solution Entertainment Group

Set in 1980s New York, Ten Thousand Saints takes a wistful look at the era before yuppies took over the place and cleaned everything up. The Lower East Side comes across as lovably dangerous. Though police may be beating back rioters in Tompkins Square Park, in this f... Read more

Movie review: ‘Sinister 2’


Focus Features

Horror sequel Sinister 2 is a very strange movie. Of course, it’s a horror film, so strange, ghostly, and sinister events are expected. Yet this is a horror film that doesn’t quite know what it is. Read more

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