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Upstream Color
Shane Carruth's film is arthouse science fiction at its most compelling yet cryptic.
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Film Review  April 19, 2013, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Meticulous and abstruse, Shane Carruth’s Upstream Color is an idiosyncratic film that invites explication but defies total understanding. It is Carruth’s sophomore film and has been eagerly anticipated ever since his filmmaking debut in 2004 with Primer, a microbudgeted film about time travel in the Dallas suburbs that received a Grand Jury prize at Sundance and amassed a cult reputation despite appearing on very few screens..."

One in a Crowd: Life Without Color
New color blindness doc seeks crowdfunding
DAILY Screens  April 24, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...Some are written off by those that don't suffer from them as nothing more than a minor inconvenience. New Austin-based documentary Life Without Color takes a fresh look at one of those underestimated disabilities, color blindness...."

Is Debbie Riddle 'Color Blind' or Just Blind?
Riddle doesn't understand the point of HB 789 provisions
DAILY News  March 30, 2009, by Jordan Smith
"...Rep. Debbie Riddle, R-Tomball, got a tad self-righteous this morning in the House Criminal Jurisprudence subcommittee on criminal procedure, confronting a witness from the Texas Criminal Justice Coalition about whether it was appropriate in a "color blind" society to consider the impact of criminal justice policy on racial and ethnic minority populations...."

The Color of Paradise
With its constant, susurating chorus of ambient sounds, this Iranian import is less a film than a lyrical, naturalistic tone poem. I can't imagine it benefited from my having watched...
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Film Review  June 9, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...Far from it. The story of a young blind boy, Mohammad (Ramezani), and his interconnectivity to both his family and the natural world, The Color of Paradise is overflowing with subtle soundscapes..."

Bui Is the Warmest Color
Albert Bui's latest endeavor warms us to a modern lez love-story
DAILY The Gay Place  November 1, 2013, by Sarah Marloff
"...Remember Albert Bui's Judgmental Austin Map meme? Well, we found the sometimes-Austin artist's stamp on a cool (warm?) promo for the new film, Blue Is the Warmest Color, opening today in Austin...."

Color of Night
Sporadic director Rush (whose last film was 1981's The Stunt Man) takes on Hitchcock and ends up looking like DePalma on a bad hair day. Willis (who, perhaps coincidentally, seems...
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Film Review  August 26, 1994, by Marc Savlov
"...They do it in the pool, they do it on the floor, they presumably do it around the mulberry bush, and things are looking up for the good doctor until he starts receiving thinly veiled death threats. Crammed with plot twists that are meant to be shocking (but, let's face it, are only annoying), Color of Night strives to be a classic romantic thriller in the vein of, say, Vertigo..."

Frida Kahlo Inspires Women of Color-Centered Marketplace
Market celebrates "Frida Friday" every month
DAILY Arts  July 12, 2017, by Maria Mendez
"...Frida Friday, a women of color-centered market, will celebrate Frida Kahlo’s birthday and female artisans this Friday (July 14) at Kebabalicious from 6-10pm...."

Blue Is the Warmest Color
This three-hour-long French film has been much hyped for its graphic sexual content, but it's the less explicit stuff that makes it worth a watch.
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Film Review  November 1, 2013, by Kimberley Jones
"...There’s no understating her titanic, lavishly textured performance that takes us from a teenager hitching up her jeans and ever fiddling with her hair to the been-through-the-wringer near-grownup at film’s end, still a little unsure in heels. Blue Is the Warmest Color has its wobbles, but Exarchopoulos will knock you sideways...."

The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender
Who would have thought that deconstructionism could be so much fun? Although on the surface similar to the more conventional documentary The Celluloid Closet, The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender...
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Film Review  August 21, 1998, by Steve Davis
"...Starring: Dan Butler. Who would have thought that deconstructionism could be so much fun? Although on the surface similar to the more conventional documentary The Celluloid Closet, The Silver Screen: Color Me Lavender doesn't merely look at gay and lesbian imagery in film as seen in some kind of sociological mirror..."

Color Arc Productions' People of Color Christmas
With her new holiday comedy, theatre artist Christine Hoang makes a safe place for everyone
Arts Story  December 17, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...When Christine Hoang calls characters in her play People of Color Christmas: The White Elephant in the Room "misfit toys," she isn't just tossing off the phrase. This Vietnamese-American theatre artist watched her share of TV holiday specials as a kid, and the ones that most spoke to her were A Charlie Brown Christmas and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer..."

A Full Color Palette
Painter-Director Julian Schnabel's 'Before Night Falls'
Screens Story  February 9, 2001, by Sidney Moody
"...JS: In The Color of Summer there's a description of Bon Bon. In a sense, Arenas rewrote his story many times, and so in The Color of Summer, Bon Bon and Lieutenant Victor are both characters in that book..."

God Save the Pixel: The Sixteen Color Collection
God Save the Pixel: The 16 Color Collection and Blood Sweat and Pixels: The Adult Movies of 16 Color are two shows that include the best animated movies in the...
Film Review  August 16, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...God Save the Pixel: The 16 Color Collection and Blood Sweat and Pixels: The Adult Movies of 16 Color are two shows that include the best animated movies in the collection of local Webcasters 16 Color (www.16color.com). Works were created entirely online by amateur and professional animators from around the globe, and 16 Color’s collection represents one the most diverse catalogs of animated movies anywhere..."

Blood Sweat and Pixels: The Adult Movies of Sixteen Color
God Save the Pixel: The 16 Color Collection and Blood Sweat and Pixels: The Adult Movies of 16 Color are two shows that include the best animated movies in the...
Film Review  August 16, 2000, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...God Save the Pixel: The 16 Color Collection and Blood Sweat and Pixels: The Adult Movies of 16 Color are two shows that include the best animated movies in the collection of local Webcasters 16 Color (www.16color.com). Works were created entirely online by amateur and professional animators from around the globe, and 16 Color’s collection represents one the most diverse catalogs of animated movies anywhere..."

Spinning 'The Color Wheel'
Bob Byington supplies the Q's, Alex Ross Perry the A's
DAILY Screens  July 27, 2012, by Robert Byington
"..."When I saw 'The Color Wheel' last year at the BAMcinemaFest, I hated every minute and was glued to my seat, unable to take my eyes off the screen. A movie that can scramble my signals so effectively, overriding deeply ingrained habits of response and judgment, is at the very least doing something interesting, so I approached a second viewing with wary respect..."

Needs More Color
Progressive Papers Grapple With Chronic Complaint
News Story  November 28, 1997, by Lee Nichols
"...A report from the Institute for Alternative Journalism (IAJ) said just that earlier this year. Titled "Color, Culture, and Compromise: An Unabashed Look at Racial Diversity in Alternative Newsweeklies," the report queried the 106 member papers of the Association of Alternative Newsweeklies (AAN) about the racial composition of their staffs and the effects that it has on their news coverage..."

The Q&A Hole: What Color Would You Change the Sky To?
With Mical Trejo, Nate Southard, Katherine Catmull, Mark Love & more
DAILY Arts  April 15, 2013, by Wayne Alan Brenner
"...Mark Love of Mark Love Furniture: Weird, I had this exact thought two days ago. I decided on orange, because any other color would eff with my head...."

What Color Is Your Parapluie?
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
Screens Story  July 19, 1996, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The other startling aspect of The Umbrellas of Cherbourg is its vibrant and ebullient use of color and decor. Colors are saturated to their richest and most eye-captivating hues....."

Local Webseries Highlights the Strengths and Struggles of Women of Color
We Are tells seven tales with Austin as their backdrop
Screens Story  October 5, 2017, by Kahron Spearman
"...Araya's self-assured and markedly entertaining narrative short film series, We Are, presented positively tangled emotions for many in attendance that evening at the North Door. To begin with, that the upstart series of mostly women of color exists, and has gained significant fanfare coming out of Austin, is a small wonder and a welcome sight...."

Color Arc Productions' A Girl Named Sue
A melting pot of creative talent brings to life this cross-cultural coming-of-age story
Arts Review  March 9, 2017, by T. Lynn Mikeska
"...As Sue begins to truly grow into herself, she meets Cash, a hunky mister of a barista who gives Sue a much-needed shot of confidence, and her first kiss, to boot. As these star-crossed lovers get closer, they discover that both of them have changed their names – not because they wished to be called something different, but in order to minimize judgment and marginalization in a culture that can be less than kind to people of color..."

Point Austin: Back to the Color Line
Texas turns back the clock on racial justice
News Column  December 31, 2010, by Michael King
"...Asked about the legislative prospects for minority (read: "majority") Texans, Gary Bledsoe of the Texas State Conference of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and Joey Cardenas of LULAC (who together submitted the complaint to the U.S. Department of Education) tried to be cautiously optimistic, although the strain was showing..."

It Is Not for People of Color
Postmarks  January 11, 2007
"...Dear Editor, Can we please stop saying that people of color are the only reason that the Wal-Mart idea sounds like a good idea in the Northcross Mall space [“Postmarks,” Dec. 29]? Can we? In New York City, there are two Kmarts in Manhattan..."

Awesome Color
Music Story  November 10, 2006, by Austin Powell
"...The collective hue of Awesome Color blends the slacker psychosis of Dinosaur Jr.'s Green Mind, Blue Cheer's "Summertime Blues," and the swaggering sexuality of Jimi Hendrix's "Purple Haze" to unveil an astral spectrum of vintage rock & roll kicked straight out of the Motor City...."

Red Is the Color of a True Right Winger's Heart
Postmarks  May 23, 2005
"...Dear Editor, Oh, now we know. It used to be thought that red was the signature color of the communists [News, May 20]..."

JD's Color Theory
JD Samson is back in town with a new album and style to burn
DAILY The Gay Place  November 6, 2013, by Sarah Marloff
"...After an "Oh gosh…" Samson says her style is all about being comfortable while still taking some risks. "I don't like wearing anything too tight, but I like to take chances with colors..."

ATTN: Nail-biters, Color Lovers, and Toe Suckers
SpaRitual comes to the rescue with healthy, long-lasting color
DAILY Design  August 3, 2010, by Meghan Ruth Speakerman
"...The nail tech also used the SpaRitual cuticle/stain remover before the polish and it worked amazingly as well. A triple SpaRitual polish combo (base, color, top coat) is needed for the ever-lasting effect; just be ready for it to stay there for at least a week..."

'Death to Smoochy': Though in Color, It Is a Film Noir
Postmarks  July 19, 2010
"...Dear Louis: [Re: "All Shades of Black," Screens, July 9] May I recommend a film noir? The most unconventional of them, of course. It’s recent, in color, has music, and is a comedy – a very dark one..."

Color and Brightness
Gift guide
Books Story  December 16, 2005, by Mark Fagan
"...All of this as well as a beautifully illustrated (as is all of Ware's work) General Guide to the Structure of the Universe With Irradiating Map of the Heavens, a fully functional Build-Your-Own Paper Activity Section; fake advertisements; and the world's smallest comic strip are among the many comic and practical delights found within. This is all bound in a striking hardcover edition with all the full-color artistry and attention to detail his fans have come to expect..."

Great Music Knows No Color Boundaries
Postmarks  June 21, 2005
"...(Unfortunately, I missed the Juneteenth parade due to a previous commitment.) But wait, in this “Music Capital of the World,” laid-back and tolerant Austin culture, I was one of about 10 white people at Nelson Field and one of five white people at the Gospel Explosion (the other four were reporters). People wake up! You don't know what you are missing! Therefore, I am issuing a formal challenge to all those folks who say they are Austin music fans (of any color!) to come out next Juneteenth and hear what I'm talking about! It makes me happy just to think about it...."

Point Austin: Color Me Exempt
Homestead exemption comes at a price
News Column  November 20, 2014, by Michael King


The Art of Gothic Brings Darkness in Full Slick Color
New coffeetable tome from Backbeat Books is an inky danse macabre.
DAILY Books  October 17, 2014, by Wayne Alan Brenner


Shelved Not by Color, but by the Character of Their Content
Director C. Mikki on 'Black and White'
DAILY Screens  July 24, 2013, by Amy Gentry


Color Me Yellow (Button)
If you drink too much, here's how not to get towed
News Story  September 9, 2011, by Wells Dunbar


The Color of Fire
The Austin Fire Department is making another attempt at staff diversity – will it do any better this time?
News Story  May 13, 2011, by Josh Rosenblatt


Harris County's New Favorite Color
... Is blue
News Story  November 14, 2008, by Lee Nichols


Dream Team in Color and Bitches in Black, Baby!
This is how we do it in the primary, bitch!
DAILY Design  February 29, 2008, by Kate X Messer


Color Me Kubrick: A True...ish Story
This story about a con man who pretended to be Stanley Kubrick is a playground for star John Malkovich.
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Film Review  March 23, 2007, by Marrit Ingman


Color and Brightness
There is still time to buy these books for people
Books Story  December 16, 2005


Color and Brightness
Gift guide
Books Story  December 16, 2005, by Belinda Acosta
"...The one thing you can't say about Franco Mondini-Ruiz's work in High Pink is that it's not worth a second glance. Porcelain figurines (the kind you might find in your grandma's curio cabinet) are prominent in this collection of more than 60 cheeky tableaus, accented with processed food (powdered donuts, ketchup packets), svelte cocktail glasses, flower petals, colored water and glass, bottle caps, and other found objects – all photographed and accompanied by short vignettes...."

Color and Brightness
Gift guide
Books Story  December 16, 2005, by Jess Sauer


Color and Brightness
Gift guide
Books Story  December 16, 2005, by Spencer Parsons


Color and Brightness
Gift guide
Books Story  December 16, 2005, by Nora Ankrum


Color by Numbers
For fair prosecution, the numbers just don't add up
News Story  September 24, 2004


Identity Politics Color County's Precinct 1 Race
The Ron Davis-Celia Israel showdown splits the Eastside racial and political coalition
News Story  February 13, 2004, by Amy Smith


UT Not Color Blind to Mexican Americans
Postmarks  September 15, 2003
"...Guerra will probably also receive our tax dollars to compensate for the wrongs of the UT-Austin administration. It is time for the UT system to be truly colorblind and to allow Chicanos/Latinos to raise concerns without fear of being fired...."

Color of Justice
A drug bust in tiny Tulia, Texas opens up old racial wounds and raises questions about the veracity of the undercover cop-for-hire who orchestrated it all.
News Story  July 28, 2000, by Nate Blakeslee
"...... The other evening when several bigger kids, some colored kids -- not trying to pick on anybody -- but they had him all huddled up in a huddle there..."

Color Television
Screens Column  July 29, 1999, by Belinda Acosta


The Color of My Parachute
120mph Straight Down
Features Story  August 28, 1998, by Kate X Messer


Give Me Those Nice, Bright Colors
Scholar John Rohrbach shows how color photography developed
DAILY Arts  March 28, 2014, by Rod Machen
"...Many consider the arrival of William Eggleston's Guide to be the beginning of color photography, including – at least initially – John Rohrbach. But the senior curator of photographs at Ft..."

Win, Lose, or Draw
What 16 Color offers is an incredibly user-friendly template for people interested in making short (15 seconds), Web-based animations. His press release says it best: "Alan Watts dreams of ways to help people procrastinate."
Screens Story  August 18, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...You know, deep down, that millions of other benighted, restless souls are there in legion, quietly tapping their nails blunt on the keys, but it's also such a seemingly solitary pursuit. And, of course, you never know how much time has passed until the sun batters down your window shades, the bastard. I'd been tipped about a local-run site to check out some weeks before -- www.16color.com -- and vaguely remembered the man behind it, Alan Watts, as having been embroiled in some weird lawsuit with the company behind kidhood fave Etch-A-Sketch a few years before..."

Pleasantville
Pleasantville is indeed a technical marvel to behold, rich with sophisticated computer technology that deftly combines full-color and black-and-white images all in one shot. However, the movie's simplistic storyline does...
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Film Review  October 30, 1998, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Macy, Joan Allen, Jeff Daniels, Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire. Pleasantville is indeed a technical marvel to behold, rich with sophisticated computer technology that deftly combines full-color and black-and-white images all in one shot..."

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