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SAG-AFTRA Strikes Affect Dazed and Confused Anniversary
As the film and TV industries enter a second week of the combined SAG-AFTRA/WGA strike, the impact is being felt in multiple ways. Now the recently announced, weekend-long celebration of the 30th anniversary of the release of Dazed and Confused is the latest to be affected.

11:30AM Fri. Jul. 21, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Bob Byington's Taking Lousy Carter to Locarno
Fall festival season is almost upon us, and Austin director Bob Byington is ensuring a high-profile start for the ATX film community as he returns to the prestigious Locarno Film Festival with his latest movie, the Austin-shot Lousy Carter, as the only American film in competition.

3:36PM Fri. Jul. 14, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

The Austin Chronicle Guide to the Mission: Impossible Movies
Dun-dun-duh-dun, dun-dun-DUH-dun! Oh, Lalo Schifrin, you fiend, creating one of the all-time great TV themes - a theme so great that when Paramount Pictures revamped classic '60s spy thriller Mission: Impossible for the big screen, they wisely kept that instantly recognizable sting.

2:45PM Fri. Jul. 14, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Dazed & Confused Celebrates 30th Anniversary With AFS and the Round Rock Express
It's been 30 years since Richard Linklater first proved there was more to him than the rough-hewn Slacker.

11:07AM Mon. Jul. 10, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

RTX 2023: Is RWBY Still a Cliffhanger?
For the last 10 years, it's been impossible to talk about Austin online leviathan Rooster Teeth without talking about its anime crossover smash, RWBY. But there was some surprising news today at the RWBY panel at the annual RTX convention: There is still no word on volume 10.

5:10PM Fri. Jul. 7, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

RTX 2023: Red vs. Blue Is Back for the Last Time
Cue the tense music! Attendees at this morning's Rooster Teeth Animation: Behind the Frames panel at the RTX convention got some huge news and a first glimpse at the next phase in the franchise that built Rooster Teeth, groundbreaking machinima series Red vs. Blue.

1:55PM Fri. Jul. 7, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Tribeca Film Review: Let the Canary Sing
There's an alternate world in which Cyndi Lauper was the biggest pop star of the last four decades. Yet oddly, as biodoc Let the Canary Sing suggests, that would have been a much more boring outcome.

9:27AM Sat. Jul. 1, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

New Documentary Every Body Illuminates the “I” in LGBTQIA
For all the GOP’s obsession with biology when it comes to queer people’s bodies, there’s up to 2% of the population that is living proof that gender is more shades of grey than black and white. New documentary Every Body highlights the intersex experience through three activists’ fight for basic human rights.

4:30PM Fri. Jun. 30, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

Tribeca Film Review: Suitable Flesh
Do you remember good, ol' fashioned American sleaze? Joe Lynch does.

12:25PM Fri. Jun. 30, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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