Today at DIFF – DAY 5: It’s Music Movies Monday!
DIFF DAY 5: It’s Music Movies Monday Today at DIFF!
Fans of music movies will definitely want to check out what’s happening today at DIFF! There’s no shortage of music-inspired films in our 2016 line-up, from narrative musicals to music docs there’s something to satisfy music lovers of all kinds – Today we’re celebrating the music of Texas with must-see music documentaries!
DIFF DOCS HIGHLIGHT THE FEMALE VOICE
One of the strongest aspects of music remains its potential to create change. These three DIFF documentaries highlight the transformative and healing power of one’s personal song from the female perspective.
DOCS THAT ROCK TEXAS TUNES
When considering the slate of music-centric documentaries at this year’s DIFF, a common thread emerges amongst the films that also share a distinct Texas connection. It’s not just a narrative about music that ties these docs together, and it’s more than these stories being about or told from the Texas perspective, it’s also the fact that all these docs involve a dogged pursuit and dedication to a goal.
If you missed Animated Shorts yesterday, you can see them one more time today at 5:00 PM. Plus, SHORTS 3 Showcase starts today at 7:15 PM. It’s all happening Today at the Angelika Film Center – Dallas.
DIFF DAY 5 EVENTS!
JACK INGRAM PERFORMANCE TODAY at DIFF!
Jack Ingram, subject of the short film MIDNIGHT MOTEL, will perform before tonight’s screening of the short followed by the doc feature A SONG FOR YOU: THE AUSTIN CITY LIMITS STORY. Get your tickets here!
EVENT STODGHILL MOVIE NIGHT
Text Join us for a Special Presentation screening of Academy Award-winning director, Mike Nichols’s WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
MR. PIG SCREENING AND Q&A
If you missed the MR PIG screening and Q&A with Diego Luna & Augusto Mendoza yesterday, there’s still time to see it again tonight at the Angelika film center – Dallas.
Get your tickets here!
DON’T MISS THESE MUST-SEE DIFF FLICKS!
Not sure what to see Today at DIFF? Check out our list of films you don’t want to miss here!
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.