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San Antonio Film Festival Movie Reviews: Short Films (Part Two)

'Tobacco Burn'

Of the dozens of shorts screened at this year's San Antonio Film Festival, some really stood out in terms of execution, creative vision, and dramatic heft. Read More »

San Antonio Film Festival Movie Review: ‘The Doo Dah Man’ Directed by Claude Green


Shot mostly in Austin, 'The Doo Dah Man' centers on a silver-tongued prison escapee and and a young man trying to escape his unhappy home who form an unlikely alliance on the byways of Texas. Read More »

San Antonio Film Festival Movie Reviews: Short Films (Part One)

Mother's Day

Up-and-coming filmmakers from all over the world get a chance to shine in the short film category at the San Antonio Film Festival. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘It Follows’


It stinks. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Boyhood’


Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making cinematic gamble pays off in spades, delivering a unique and profoundly moving experience. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Dark Touch’

Dark Touch

Marina de Van the director gives Dark Touch a good dark look. It's too bad de Van the writer could not make it work. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Stories We Tell’


Only art can move a person in a way that’s impossible to put into words without falling short. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Sedona (2011)

An exercise in semi-spiritual boredom. Read More »

Book Review: The Independent Filmmaker’s Guide: Make Your Feature Film for $2,000 by Glenn Berggoetz

Despite my quibbles, every aspiring filmmaker should read this book. Read More »

Music Review: Dispatch – Circles Around The Sun

An album emotionally and intellectually maturer then anything they previously released retaining the enthusiasm for life and music that distinguished them in the past. Read More »