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"...Vonte Sweet, Roger Floyd and Bernie Mac. Hyped as the “first film to accurately portray the plight of African-American..."

March 3, 1995 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Lulu Wang Introduces Us to The Farewell
Director talks identity, family, and Awkwafina's superpower
"...cinema has a habit of conflating a film where the bulk of the dialogue is not English with "foreign..."

July 19, 2019 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

The First Time
Austin artists reveal the intimate details of how they got their muse on
"...Everyone remembers their first time, right? How old you were, where you..."

July 17, 2009 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Ascent of Mandolin
The next step in Avi Avital's mission to convert the world to mandolin: Vivaldi
"...a solo mandolin recital. Let's face it, mandolins are the black sheep of musical instruments, either confined to cherubic..."

Feb. 27, 2015 Arts Feature by Natalie Zeldin

Chronicle Endorsements for the March 3 Primary Election
From local judges and representatives to the presidential candidate, here are our recommendations
"...The Chronicle Editorial Board offers the following endorsements to registered..."

Feb. 14, 2020 News Feature

The Tipping Point
By raising menu prices and eliminating gratuity, restaurateurs hope they've found the recipe for a better quality of life for staff
"..."We're still relying on you, the restaurantgoer, to pay the living of our servers," explained..."

March 25, 2016 Food Feature by Veronica Meewes

Coronavirus and the Threat to Those Recovering From Addiction
Maintaining connections – at a distance – to stay sober during the pandemic
"...meetings can be a foundational aspect of maintaining sobriety. They offer a space where someone just coming to grips..."

May 15, 2020 News Feature by Austin Sanders

Talent and Tension
Austin’s 86’d brings the culinary world together
"...If Philip Speer, culinary director for the Uchi enterprise, handed me a guinea hen and told..."

Feb. 26, 2013 Food Post by Carly Yansak

Nathan Harris Pens an Intimate Civil War Tale in The Sweetness of Water
In his debut novel, the Michener Center alumnus brings "a new story to the table"
"...of his freedom. Newly emancipated and unaccustomed to roaming the woods alone, he is surprised to find they're not..."

June 18, 2021 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

AGLIFF Presses Play on The Capote Tapes
LGBTQIA+ film festival announces online lineup for 2020
"...The All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival (aGLIFF) may..."

July 8, 2020 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Austin Film Festival Review: The Black String
Frankie Muniz melts down – literally – in this psychodrama
"...The tension of most horror films is in having a..."

Oct. 31, 2018 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

This Is Who We Are #7: Sharon Marroquín's The Materiality of Impermanence
A daily affirmation of Austin's creativity from the Chronicle archive
"...Our ability to experience art in person and with others is presently in..."

May 13, 2020 Arts Post by Robert Faires

Immigrants, the Musical! (Part Two)
With this improvised musical series, one family’s tale of coming to the states becomes a tale about us all
"...Suppose you knew that your great-great-grandfather had come to this country to escape punishment for..."

Nov. 23, 2018 Arts Review by Robert Faires

The Return of Lila Downs
‘La Reyna’ makes another rare stop in Austin – tonight
"...Lila Downs performs with all the force of a tropical depression. On 2012’s Pecados y..."

April 9, 2013 Music Post by Raoul Hernandez

Epiphanies for the Blind
Who's Teaching Who at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired?
"...for a carnival-like parade of odd couples and unexplainables, the bizarre sights that cause my occasionally visiting father to..."

Feb. 23, 1996 Music Feature by Mindy LaBernz

'At Any Price' and 'The East' Ask for Answers
Occupy Wall Street, capitalism, and SXSW Film
"...The two final South by Southwest films to show at..."

March 18, 2013 SXSW Post by Brandon Ney

The Sound and the Fury
David Chase on the Sixties rock that inspired 'Not Fade Away'
"...A 1957 single, Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away" became the A-side cover of the Rolling Stones' first U.S. 7-inch..."

Oct. 19, 2012 Screens Feature by Raoul Hernandez

Fantastic Fest Gives Us the Horns
Daniel Radcliffe's latest heads up final wave of films
"...With the clock ticking (eight days and counting, folks), Fantastic Fest..."

Sept. 10, 2014 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

The Spine Tingler
Horror pioneer and first-time novelist Tobe Hooper plays with the medium and metafiction in Midnight Movie
"...Movies imitate reality but aren't entirely real, although they aren't entirely false, either. Their "almost-reality" – manipulated by..."

Aug. 12, 2011 Screens Feature by Louis Black

When the Sun Rises
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ike, a group of teenage filmmakers galvanize the tales of their island
"...The lobby of the Grand 1894 Opera House came to..."

June 5, 2009 Screens Feature by Kate X Messer

All the Way to State
A high school play contest might not sound like a big deal, but it is to the 18,000 students in 1,200 schools across Texas who participate in the state's UIL one-act play every year -- and here's a look at why.
"...The stage may be empty, but that does not keep..."

May 12, 2000 Arts Feature by Sarah Hepola

Riders on the Storm
With The Leaf Storm, choreographer José Luis Bustamante and songwriter Lourdes Pérez have become the wind, blowing past boundaries between artforms to share their vision in collaboration and spinning elements of their lives into an artistic whirlwind.
"...Winds know no borders. They blow where they please -- over rivers, past fences,..."

May 5, 2000 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

The Road to Publication
The University of Texas Press
"...UT Press Executive Editor and Assistant Director Theresa May and Press Director Joanna Hitchcock stand at the..."

Aug. 29, 1997 Books Feature by Clay Smith

Into the "Not Done"
The Dances of Jean Fogel Zee
"...Fogel Zee wants to show you glimpses of God. The Austin artist wants each member of her audience to..."

Oct. 27, 1995 Arts Feature

The Forest
Supernatural thriller is set in Japan's Aokigahara Forest
"...The snap of a twig, the rustle of a branch..."

Jan. 15, 2016 Movie Review by Steve Davis

The Cave of the Yellow Dog
Shot on location in Mongolia with a real nomad family, The Cave of the Yellow Dog blurs the line between documentary and fiction and, in doing so, creates its own singular dramatic language.
"...Nansalmaa Batchuluun and Babbayar Batchuluun. For a movie lover, the wait between truly original cinematic experiences can be years...."

Dec. 29, 2006 Movie Review by Josh Rosenblatt

The Strangers: Prey at Night
Home invasion classic becomes a franchise.
"...The creepily masked “strangers” of the 2008 original reignite their..."

March 16, 2018 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

UT Dept. of Theatre & Dance’s The Crucible
The department manages to elicit tension from Arthur Miller’s familiar drama, but not without a few flaws
"...A small, unassuming insert is tucked into the program for the University of Texas Department of Theatre..."

Nov. 17, 2017 Arts Review by Shanon Weaver

The Holy Land
"...Tchelet Semel, Saul Stein, Arie Moskuna and Albert Illuz. The modern Israel portrayed in this movie is anything but..."

Aug. 8, 2003 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

The Vast of Night
Jaw-dropping reinvention of the UFO scare genre is audacious and brilliant
"...Filmmaking is, to a certain degree, about coloring within the lines the filmmaker has set for themselves. Those lines..."

May 29, 2020 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

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