Director Hannah Fidell offers a contemporary coming-of-age road movie in her third feature.
Last week, reports indicated that Richard Linklater would be writing, directing, and producing a biography of the late Texas comedian.
Spoiler: The answer is yes.
Yes, the Academics Who Devoted an Entire Journal Issue to Wes Anderson Just Might Know What They’re Talking About
It’s time to get intra-intra-diegetic.
Heading into the twenty-fifth anniversary of the film, we heard that straight from Richard Linklater himself.
Great-Grandma Avenged Her Mini Horse by Shooting the Gator She Thinks Ate It. This Story Deserves the Hollywood Treatment.
And here's how we'll make it. Get the agents for Sissy Spacek, Debra Winger, and Margo Martindale on the horn!
Austin filmmaker Steve Mims shows why (in some decidedly non-political ways) Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke aren't so different after all.
It may be September, but the summer heat is far from over. Find some respite at the movies, from 'White Boy Rick' to 'A Star Is Born.'
Nearly thirty years after he died in relative obscurity, songwriter Blaze Foley is on the verge of newfound fame thanks to an Ethan Hawke–directed biopic. In a series of dispatches from her time on set, Sybil Rosen, widely known as Foley's muse, ponders the widening divide between the man and
We talked to Austin-based director Andrew Bujalski about his latest film, 'Support the Girls,' starring Regina Hall.
The adaptation of the novel by Kevin Kwan, who was born in Singapore and raised in Houston, is well worth watching.
The Texas Film Commission wants you to hit the road this summer.
What Could Ted Cruz’s Campaign Have Meant When It Called Beto O’Rourke a ‘Triple Meat Whataburger Liberal’?
Thank you, Ted Cruz campaign, for introducing the Whataburger-themed insult to Texas politics.
Dallas native Terence Nance’s new HBO series is a dream with a dark edge.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, Andy Langer speaks with the magician and entertainer behind Scam School and The Modern Rogue.
David and Nathan Zellner have made it as indie filmmakers in their own under-the-radar way. Now they’re going mainstream (sort of), with the Robert Pattinson–starring western ‘Damsel.’
From a breastaurant to a thriller featuring puppets, here are eight movies from Texans to watch this summer.
After the second season of his Netflix series, the Houston-born writer and filmmaker talks about the "ideological gold rush" of 2018 and whether he would watch ’Dear Black People.’
With an expanding pool of talent and steady work, animation is a promising path forward for the Texas film industry.
The film debuts at the Dallas International Film Festival this weekend.
The film captures the lives of three student-athletes in El Paso and the dual nature of the U.S.–Mexico border.
Eight months after Harvey, Ellen DeGeneres gave the students of Rockport-Fulton High School a generous gift.
Earlier this week, Vulture posted excerpts from fifty screenplays that showed how female characters were described in the scripts of the films that made them famous. It was a fun, enlightening exercise in which we learned how the male-dominated field of screenwriting tends to view women (a lot
All around the world, people are gathering in public spaces to say "wow" in their best impression of the North Texas native.
The documentary, filmed before the Harvey Weinstein allegations, explores gender inequality in Hollywood.
The actor and director also talks casting Kris Kristofferson, the state of the movie industry, and the complexity of Southern men.
To some of our writers, Wes Anderson is in the doghouse.
Actor Tye Sheridan and writer Ernest Cline discuss the nostalgia-filled world of 'Ready Player One.'
In this exclusive premiere, Jackie Venson agreed to indulge us.
Tye Sheridan's emotional vulnerability anchors the film, which premiered at SXSW.
The film, which premiered at SXSW, raises interesting questions, but its answers fall short.
The film, which takes place in a 'breastaurant' in an unspecified Texas town, is lovely, weird, and poignant all at once.
'A Quiet Place' is the sort of movie that lingers after you watch it through your fingers.
Texas’s premier portrayer of creepy, weaselly dudes once played drums in Crucifictorious.
”They’ve already disgraced it once. I’m not going to let them do it a second time.”
In several categories, films by women make up more than half of the titles.
Ah, video stores, where viewers—and cinephile clerks—got to develop eclectic tastes.