Today at DIFF – Day 2
TODAY AT DIFF – DAY 2
Join us as we continue the Opening Weekend Celebration of the 10th Annual Dallas International Film Festival presented by One Arts Plaza with support from Downtown Dallas Inc. See all of the Festival events happening this weekend in the Dallas Arts District during Dallas Arts Week!
Don’t forget about the FREE GARAGE PARKING during Opening Weekend at One Arts Plaza & all the deals & discounts happening at Mockingbird Station throughout DIFF 2016!
High School Day is here! Hundreds of students from more than 40 North Texas high schools will participate in engaging workshops and discussions about creating and marketing independent films. The event exposes students to many of the exciting venues in the Dallas Arts District, including the Crow Collection of Asian Art, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center and Klyde Warren Park.
WORLD PREMIERE SCREENINGS
Check out the films making their World Premiere today at DIFF!
We’re so excited to be celebrating several WORLD PREMIERE screenings today at DIFF: DAYLIGHT’S END, OCCUPY, TEXAS, A FAT WRECK, FARMER/VETERAN and SIGNS OF HUMANITY will make their first appearance on the big screen today. See them first here at the 10th Annual Dallas International Film Festival — Congrats & Thank You to all these filmmakers for making their debut with us!
The macabre has a way of capturing our imagination in ever-frightening (and sometimes amusing) ways – in following that spirit, the Midnight Specials of the Dallas International Film Festivals will make audiences scream and find excitement in horror.
These experimental films explore what happens when documentary filmmaking and fictional storytelling collide.
DON’T MISS THESE DIFF FLICKS
Not sure which films to see? Check out today’s picks of must- see DIFF flicks!
Join us for the Austin Film Society Film Grant Seminar & Money for Movies: Crowdfunding Panel Saturday, April 16 at the Highland Hotel Dallas
DALLAS STAR AWARDOscar-nominated cinematographer Ed Lachman’s selected credits as a cinematographer include the Emmy nominated HBO mini-series Mildred Pierce and films including DESPERATELY SEEKING SUSAN, THE VIRGIN SUICIDES, and the Academy Award nominated film, CAROL.
DALLAS MAVERICK AWARDOur inaugural honoree, director, editor and producer Monte Hellman, has a career that spans six decades. He has exemplified cutting-edge filmmaking across multiple genres, working with budgets, from high-to-low, and with casts featuring stars to complete unknowns.