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Wrong Place, Wrong Time
Kirby Warnock's 'Border Bandits' raids the Alamo with the ugly truth of 1915 Texas.
Screens Story  December 3, 2004, by Marc Savlov
"...Kirby Warnock's documentary "Border Bandits" examines this thoroughly whitewashed era in Texas history through the eyes and voice of his late grandfather Roland Warnock, who witnessed the murder of two unarmed Hispanic men, 68-year-old Jesus Bazan and Antonio Longoria, by a group of Texas Rangers on Sept. 30, 1915..."

Cattle Is Forever
The Austin Film Society presents 'Return to Giant'
Screens Story  June 3, 2005, by Anne S. Lewis
"...This wide-ranging epic film traced four decades of Texas history through three generations of the cattle-baron Benedicts, during whose reign the source of Texas wealth shifted away from cattle to the oil that flowed beneath their hooves. Producer Kirby Warnock, the Big Bend Quarterly publisher with deep family connections in the region, made Return to Giant on the occasion of the film's 40th anniversary; his behind-the-scenes doc about the making of the film and its significance then and now is being shown by the Austin Film Society on Wednesday, June 8, at the Alamo Drafthouse Downtown as a run-up to the film's 50th anniversary event to take place in Marfa on July 2...."

When Dallas and Fort Worth Were the Music Capitals of Texas
Before Austin became the 'live music capital,' they were rocking & rolling in DFW
Screens Story  May 22, 2014, by Kevin Curtin
"..."Make no mistake about it, Los Angeles and New York were the kings of the music business in the Seventies," Kirby Warnock narrates in his documentary When Dallas Rocked. "They were where you went to sign a record deal and get discovered, but Dallas is where you went if you wanted to sell records."..."

Film News
Making 'Room' for Kyle Henry in Cannes; plus, 'August Evening,' 'Everything in Between,' and 'Dallas'
Screens Column  April 29, 2005, by Joe O'Connell
"...• And the Rest: Mike Judge's untitled comedy is shooting a few extra scenes this weekend that include a woman with dexterous tootsies capable of holding a knife and fork well enough to cut food. Revolver continues to film and is on the lookout for a newborn baby (vittles-cutting skills optional)… Two documentaries by Kirby Warnock are upcoming on PBS..."

Playback: White Denim Breaks Free
White Denim’s new LP Performance signals a new era of emancipation for Austin’s prog rockers, and Como Las Movies rides a nuevo wave
Music Column  August 23, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...Eric Clapton materialized onstage with the Jimmie Vaughan Trio last Saturday in Columbus, Ohio. "Slowhand" owns a home in the Buckeye State and joined Vaughan, organist Mike Flanigin, and drummer George Rains on four songs, including an extra-bluesy rendition of Smokey Smothers' "Come on Rock Little Girl." The English guitar deity appears in Kirby Warnock's new documentary From Nowhere: The Story of the Vaughan Brothers...."

Further Reflections
SXSW Film Festival
Screens Story  March 21, 1997
"...Dir: Jim Brennan; Prod: Kirby Warnock; DP: Randel Bird; Ed: Sandy Schwartz; with Don Henley, Dennis Hopper, Earl Holliman, Carroll Baker, Fran Bennett, Bob Hinkle, Rock Hudson, George Stevens, Jr., Don Graham...."

Books Column  December 13, 1996
"...* FRI, DEC 20: Kirby Warnock returns to Borders to sign his book Texas Cowboy, a collection of tales about his grandfather, 7:30pm. He'll also do some rope tricks and tell stories...The UT Performing Arts Center and Texas Folklife Resources present Cowboy Christmas, an evening of cowboy music and poetry featuring Don Edwards, Don Walser, and the Hays County Gals & Pals, 8pm..."

Our readers talk back.
Columns  December 23, 2005
"...Kirby F. Warnock..."

Moser a Treasure
Postmarks  December 16, 2005

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Columns  November 30, 2001
"...Kirby F. Warnock..."

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