Casa De Mi Madre – review

Casa De Mi Madre is the 12th short film directed by Texas filmmaker Frank Mosley. Winner of the Summer 2016 HAMMER TO NAIL Short Film Contest, and its next stop is The 2018 Dallas International Film Festival. This isn’t Frank’s first trip to DIFF though. In 2010 he premiered his first feature film HOLD, and… Continue reading Casa De Mi Madre – review


I always look forward to watching the documentaries that are playing at the Dallas International film festival. Over the years, I have seen some pretty good ones. I especially enjoy the music based films. This brings me to a particular documentary that stood out to me at this year’s festival: Man in The Camo Jacket.… Continue reading DIFF 2017: “MAN IN THE CAMO JACKET”


I always like discovering new comedies when it comes to movies, especially independent comedies. This past weekend I had a chance to see Mustang Island, a film by Director Craig Elrod. Mustang Island is part of the Texas competition in this year’s Dallas International Film Festival. Its also the feature film version of Craig’s short… Continue reading DIFF 2017: “MUSTANG ISLAND” REVIEW

DIFF 2017: “Bomb City” Review

I just recently got to see Bomb City, a film by Jamie Brooks, which is based on the true crime story of Brian Deneke. Deneke, a 19 year old Punk Rocker in Amarillo, TX, was hit and killed by a 17- year old jock, Dustin Camp, back in 1997. It was a controversial case, with… Continue reading DIFF 2017: “Bomb City” Review

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DIFF 2017: First 11 films announced!

From March 30 – April 9  the Dallas International Film Festival returns and the first 11 films have been announced online! ABACUS: SMALL ENOUGH TO JAIL A BAD IDEA GONE WRONG BOMB CITY Rami Malek in BUSTER’S MAL HEART 44 PAGES FRANTZ INTO THE WHO KNOWS! Charlie Hunnam & Tom Holland in THE LOST CITY OF Z THE… Continue reading DIFF 2017: First 11 films announced!

Bill Paxton: Actor, Filmmaker, Texan Legend

On February 25th the world lost not just a great actor, but a wonderful person all around. Bill Paxton passed away at the age of 61, still producing fantastic work and never stopping once. At the time of his passing he was working on the CBS cop drama TRAINING DAY, based on the film by… Continue reading Bill Paxton: Actor, Filmmaker, Texan Legend