Richard Whittaker

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Tribeca Film Review: <i>Let the Canary Sing</i>
Film Review: Let the Canary Sing
Cyndi Lauper doc travels the long path to becoming herself

Screens, July 1, 2023

Tribeca Film Review: <i>Suitable Flesh</i>
Film Review: Suitable Flesh
Heather Graham and Barbara Crampton bring sexy back

Screens, June 30, 2023

Owen Egerton, Austin's Man of Letters, Leaves the Community He Loves
Owen Egerton, Austin's Man of Letters, Leaves the Community He Loves
An increasingly unwelcoming Texas leads to a big goodbye

Arts, June 29, 2023

Revew: Lynch/Oz
Lynch/Oz
Is David Lynch's whole career an homage to The Wizard of Oz?

Movie Review, June 30, 2023

More Mondo Departures as Vinyl Leadership Exits
More Mondo Departures as Vinyl Leadership Exits
Austin-based soundtrack label sees more changes under Funko

Screens, June 28, 2023

Austin Asian American Film Festival Review: <i>Starring Jerry as Himself</i>
Review: Starring Jerry as Himself
Hybrid documentary hides a true crime drama inside a true crime drama

Screens, June 27, 2023

The Digital Alchemy of Pixar's <i>Elemental</i>
The Digital Alchemy of Pixar's Elemental
How two Austin creatives found ways to mix fire and water

Screens, June 22, 2023

Five Essential Films at the Austin Asian American Film Festival
Five Essential Films at the Austin Asian American Film Festival
Across nations and diasporas, AAAFF explores the most intriguing, experimental, and entertaining movies from Asian filmmakers

Screens, June 22, 2023

Revew: God Is a Bullet
God Is a Bullet
Merciless and bleak Satanic abduction drama is Mandy on crank

Movie Review, June 23, 2023

Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In Turning Off the Lights at Mueller
Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In Turning Off the Lights at Mueller
Outdoor cinema to announce new location for August anniversary

Screens, June 21, 2023

Tribeca Film Review: <i>Lost Soulz</i>
Tribeca Film Review: Lost Soulz
Austinite Katherine Propper's rap road trip goes to heartfelt places

Screens, June 16, 2023

Tribeca Film Review: <i>Stan Lee</i>
Film Review: Stan Lee
A charmingly opinionated look at the father of modern comics

Screens, June 16, 2023

Toy Joy to Move Airport Location to Burnet Road
Toy Joy to Move Airport Location to Burnet Road
... and they're bringing candy!

Arts, June 15, 2023

Revew: Scare Package
Scare Package
Horror-comedy anthology pays tribute to the golden age of VHS

Movie Review, June 16, 2023

Five Best of Austin Originals
Five Best of Austin Originals
Winners from our first BOA issue, 33 years ago, that are still kicking today

Arts, June 15, 2023

Revew: Scare Package II: Rad Chad's Revenge
Scare Package II: Rad Chad's Revenge
Horror-comedy anthology has a mild case of sequelitis

Movie Review, June 16, 2023

Tribeca Film Review: <i>Rather</i>
Film Review: Rather
A clear-eyed history of the greatest living journalist from Texas

Screens, June 13, 2023

Ernest Cline Is Taking <i>The Bridge to Bat City</i>
Ernest Cline Is Taking The Bridge to Bat City
Ready Player One author making kid lit debut

Arts, June 13, 2023

AI, Strikes, and Burning It Down: Highlights of the ATX TV Festival
AI, Strikes, and Burning It Down: Highlights of the ATX TV Festival
Celebration of the small screen becomes a war room for writers

Screens, June 9, 2023

The Secret Splendors of <i>Black Emanuelle</i>
The Secret Splendors of Black Emanuelle
New box set and a special AFS screening set to reappraise the Italian sexploitation series

Screens, June 8, 2023

Legislature Signs the Check on a Big Boost for Texas Creative Industries
Legislature Signs the Check on a Big Boost for Texas Creative Industries
Rebate funding is up, but it's not as simple as it seems ...

Screens, June 7, 2023

Geeky Lifestyle Brand BoxLunch Brings Exclusive Indiana Jones Pop-Up to Austin
Geeky Lifestyle Brand BoxLunch Brings Exclusive Indiana Jones Pop-Up to Austin
Fortune and glory awaits you at Barton Creek Square this weekend

Screens, June 1, 2023

<i>The Ride</i> Star Lives Life Eight Seconds at a Time
The Ride Star Lives Life Eight Seconds at a Time
Austin Gamblers bull rider Ezekiel Mitchell has become a streaming success

Screens, June 1, 2023

Five Films at Cine Las Americas
Five Films at Cine Las Americas
The best movies from the Spanish and Portuguese diaspora and Indigenous peoples at the annual film festival

Screens, June 1, 2023

Revew: Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
Ol' Webhead's latest adventure is a breathtaking masterpiece

Movie Review, June 2, 2023

Makoto Shinkai, the Other Anime Master, Comes to AFS
Makoto Shinkai, the Other Anime Master, Comes to AFS
The early works of Makoto Shinkai, the genius behind Your Name

Screens, June 1, 2023

Revew: Sanctuary
Sanctuary
Deliciously perverse battle of the sexes plays with lust and power

Movie Review, June 2, 2023

Revew: Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman
Blind Willow, Sleeping Woman
Animated Haruki Murakami adaptation finds his fabulist tendencies

Movie Review, June 2, 2023

How to Run a TV Festival in a TV Strike
How to Run a TV Festival in a TV Strike
ATX TV Festival respects writers as they work and protest

Screens, June 1, 2023

One in a Crowd:
One in a Crowd: "So, That Happened"
Chronicle cover star Neha Aziz is crowdfunding her first film

Screens, May 31, 2023

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