Richard Linklater's newest movie received a rollicking hometown reception.
Bart Layton's documentary, The Imposter, recounts the story of a missing San Antonio child who was later found in Spain. Or was he?
Bernie, which is set in Carthage, opens nationwide on April 27 and stars Jack Black and Shirley MacLaine.
The director of Bottled Up, a documentary about the now-deceased iconic Texas beverage, is offering a case (and executive producer credit) to anyone who donates $15,000 to help him complete his film.
Ready for her close-up.
Watch the trailer for Texas Chainsaw 3D, the latest sequel to and "reboot" of the horror classic.
The grumpy Texas literary legend rips the Texas art and music mecca in his review of a new book about Elizabeth Taylor, calling Marfa "as bleak a place as you'll find in America."
The school district paid for fifth-grade boys to go see the movie about the Tuskegee Airmen as part of Black History Month curriculum.
The theater chain recently produced the “Bottle of Wits” wine series, which comes in both red ("Inconceivable Cab”) and white "As You Wish White."
The Counselor has already been optioned by the same producing team that adapted McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Road.
There were three days worth of bands at Auditorium Shores in Austin this past weekend, but all anybody talked—and tweeted and blogged and Tumblred—about was Ryan Gosling.
The founders of the Alamo Drafthouse chat about how the indie movie theater got its start.
As ever, Texas looms large in the movies’ imagination—large and largely inaccurate.
Ain’t it funny how time slips away? Before you know it, you’ve made two hundred albums, thirty movies, and had one amazing career. What follows is the Compleat Willie: a discography—including every U.S. album release as well as his early 45 rpm singles (before he signed with RCA in
When I got out of high school at three o’clock each day, I went to work giving away movie passes and hanging up posters in barbershops and drugstores for coming attractions at the Iris or the Texan or the Ritz theaters in downtown Houston. Unfortunately, when I graduated I didn’t