Mando Rayo and Jarod Neece connect tacos with community issues in their new show on Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network.
The best-selling Texan author takes on the silver screen in his latest book.
Plus, a melancholy Norah Jones duet, Austin singer Christelle Bofale’s EP, and chef Aarón Sanchéz’s new memoir.
'Porvenir, Texas' explores the search for justice after 15 Mexican-Americans were killed at the hands of the Texas Rangers.
The versatile Texas actor will host the show again this weekend for its 45th season opener.
Andrew Patterson’s small-town science fiction standout was filmed in Whitney, Texas.
Do you love Woody Harrelson? You’re in luck.
Well Go USA has become one of the leading distributors of Asian action films in the U.S.
Plus, a bakery perfect for late-night cravings and an interactive Austin literary experience.
The forthcoming ’Between Two Ferns’ is just the latest movie to kill the beloved Texan actor.
The ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ and ‘King of the Hill’ actor discusses his pretend home state.
Janice Engel: “For Molly Ivins, Politics Was About Who’s Getting Screwed And Who’s Doing The Screwing”
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, a conversation about ‘Raise Hell: The Life and Times of Molly Ivins’ with filmmaker Engel and former Texas agriculture commissioner Jim Hightower.
The ambitious Texas filmmaker announced a two-decade shooting timeline for ‘Merrily We Roll Along.’
The director of a new documentary on the inimitable Texas political columnist says there’s much to be learned from her legacy.
The quintessential Austin filmmaker discusses taking an unadaptable book from page to screen.
The El Pasoan reflects on violence in her hometown, and why it’s important for the Latinx community to tell their own stories.
Created by Houston native Justin Simien, the show has its moments in an otherwise confounding new season.
The Texan’s 1965 hit is pivotal to ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.’
The obscure indie ’Taking Tiger Mountain’ offers a glimpse at the late Hollywood star as a teenager.
A debate about the last episode of the newly-revived series, which left many fans unhappy.
The longtime Texan returns to TV with Hulu’s ‘Veronica Mars’ revival.
We watched the recently restored 1986 film with Willie Nelson and fans in Luck, where it all happened.
New PBS space-race documentary ‘Chasing the Moon’ highlights her challenges as the only woman in Mission Control.
Plus, an immersive art experience, a song nostalgic for hometowns, and a Southern Gothic rom-com.
Robert Duvall and Tommy Lee Jones discuss their friend, a Texas legend who leaves behind a brilliant body of work and definitive repository of Southwestern culture.
Creator and Austin native Rob Thomas reveals a few key things about the upcoming fourth season of the revived show on Hulu.
A Q&A between filmmaker David Modigliani and Texas Monthly's Eric Benson, who followed O'Rourke for the 2018 'Underdog' podcast.
Plus, Mary H.K. Choi’s novel about young adulthood in Austin, a classic Cyd Charisse film, and Liza Koshy’s YouTube series.
In the series’ debut episode, a trio of military veterans from the Valhalla Club invite comedian and TV host Jordan Klepper into the ring.
The gentle giant who played Chewbacca finished a lifetime of service to others at his longtime Boyd home.
Austin native Gabriel Luna will reprise his role as the title character of the just-announced Hulu original.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the 'Grace and Frankie' star talks about navigating Silicon Valley, #MeToo’s impact on the modeling business, and the life she’s built on the back of 'Sports Illustrated' swimsuit stardom.
The film, which premiered at SXSW, shares a nuanced perspective of the man behind the leopard-print thong.
On the latest National Podcast of Texas, the Texas Film Hall Of Famer and director of Netflix’s new ”The Highwaymen” talks about ”The Blind Side,” ”The Alamo,” and the future of Texas filmmaking.
The Latin American folk tale has frightened generations, but its big-screen adaptation relies too heavily on repetitive scares.
Plus, Tom Morello’s SXSW magic, a cancer researcher celebrated, and hand-painted jean jackets.
One of the oldest ideas in the filmmaker’s notebook is based on his real life. And mine.
“Who Let the Dogs Out?” Apparently Austin’s Reagan High School Is to Thank (or Blame) for the Baha Men Hit
A SXSW premiere documentary explores the song’s strangely complex origin story and comes to a surprising conclusion.
Decades after his breakthough film, 'El Mariachi,' he challenged himself to return to his microbudget roots. Now he wants to teach you how to do the same.
The actor (and Elkhart native) and the director discuss physicality, small-town masculinity, and how a lobotomy is a metaphor for going to the movies.
The film, directed by Longview native John Lee Hancock, focuses on the legend of Texas’s most famous bank robbers—and our collective fascination with them.
Few actors start their careers as Lupita Nyong’o did. Her very first feature film role, in Steve McQueen’s Twelve Years a Slave, earned her an Academy Award. From there, as one of the most sought-after young stars in Hollywood, she managed her decisions very carefully. She focused on voice acting—a recurring role
Director Riley Stearns, a Pflugerville native, talks about pairing silliness with a violent vision of what it means to be a man.
’Raise Hell,’ which screens at SXSW, introduces the legendary Texas political commentator and humorist to the internet generation.
These young filmmakers tackle diversity, gun violence, and stories of young love—all in less than five minutes.