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Angelika Film Center

Tiptoe To The Movies

USA! USA! USA! Can you tell we’re excited the USA Film Festival is back? Though it looks a little bit different than years past, the local film fest returns to the great indoors at the Angelika Film Center Dallas—and what’s even more noteworthy, this year’s festival screenings are free. Masks will be required, social distancing measures will be in place […]

The Importance Of Being Wilde

To be an all-time literary great, one’s life must have a certain amount of tragedy and anguish it would seem. Think of any iconic writer and we think you’d be hard pressed to find any with truly happy lives. If that’s the general rule of thumb, then it goes quadruple for Oscar Wilde. His final years are the focus of The […]

Rubber & Latex & Everything Nice

We love a coffee table book that makes our Republican relatives blush. And what better way to make Aunt Lois clutch her velour track suit with a shriek than a little male fetish photography? Once she pops open the newly published Transformation by G. Elliott Simpson, she’ll be inundated with intricate images of the Toronto-based photographer. Rubber, latex, leather, metal, […]

Craigslisp

There are so many great movies at this year’s Dallas International Film Festival, it’s hard to decide which ones to devote your popcorn consumption to. But the one we’re most excited about is Do I Sound Gay?, a documentary from David Thorpe about what gay sounds like. In the film, he meets with a speech pathologist, as well as celebs […]