The film from Spike Lee and Jordan Peele is based on the experiences of El Pasoan Ron Stallworth.
Dallas native Terence Nance’s new HBO series is a dream with a dark edge.
In her twenties, Dallas filmmaker Augustine Frizzell was a single mom and struggling actor. Now 39, she’s poised to conquer Hollywood.
At age 47, Ethan Hawke is finding himself with the career everyone anticipated he might have had fifteen years ago.
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.