The Texas Show: Dallas Video Festival


REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Thu., Oct. 21, 1999

The Texas Show: Dallas Video Festival 1999 is a juried compilation of short works by Texas artists for the 12th Annual Dallas Video Festival held in March 1999. Works include “Gateway Drug” by Dylan Hoey; “Lyle’s World of the Supernatural” by Tom Pribyl and Lyle Hathaway; “Death by Landscape” by Suzanne Bloom and Ed Hill; “Common Cents” by Keith Alcorn; “The Lincolns” by Anonymous; “Quantum Twister” by Lin Hughes Gold’s Brookhaven College class; “Twister” by Austinite Jose Mata; “Gina’s Music” by Austinite Jim Chase; “Fetal Fury” by Nick Gibbons; “Hair Mania!” by Linda Smith Broiles; “Jimmy Neutron” by John A. Davis; and “New Clear Farm” by Daniel DeLoach. Dallas Video Festival director Bart Weiss will be present for a Q&A.

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