[OCFF Interview]…’Drinking Buddies’ Director Joe Swanberg

Arguably his best film to date, prolific, independent filmmaker, Joe Swanberg, says he worked harder on Drinking Buddies than on any other film. Swanberg says it’s a movie he made with “a deep desire to connect with an audience, and that hasn’t been true of a lot of my movies.” “I’ve had a couple of big changes in […]

[OCFF Interview]….’Ain’t Them Bodies Saints’ Director David Lowery

This past weekend Dallas welcomed the 2nd Annual Oak Cliff Film Festival to the neighborhood, and with it, a special double feature event with local filmmaker David Lowery in attendance. Lowery introduced director Robert Altman’s Repertory film, McCabe & Mrs. Miller, followed by a “secret screening” that turned out to be Lowery’s latest feature film, Ain’t […]

[OCFF Interview]…'Medora' Directors Andrew Cohn & Davy Rothbart

This past weekend at the 2nd Annual Oak Cliff Film Festival, Andrew Cohn and Davy Rothbart’s documentary feature, Medora, about a small town in Indiana, won the  Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature. The film, which premiered earlier this year at the South By Southwest Film Festival in Austin, follows the lives of  the boys who make […]

[OCFF Interview]…’Richard’s Wedding’ Writer/Director Onur Tukel

Writer/Director Onur Tukel’s film Richard’s Wedding, takes an ordinary story about a group of friends and one couples wedding, and turns it into an adventure that will keep you guessing what’s next until the very end. The film premiered at the 2012 Sarasota Film Festival, where it took home the Special Jury Prize for Best Screenplay in the […]

[OCFF Interview]…’Reconvergence’ Director/Producer Edward Tyndall

Edward Tyndall’s feature-length documentary, Reconvergence, examines the human crisis of being of mortality, and how we cope with this reality. Taking a look at this idea from the perspectives of four individuals: a naturalist, a neuroscientist, a poet and a historian, Tyndall creates a powerful and compelling film on the subject by weaving these four stories together. Have a […]

[OCFF Interview]…’The Comedy’ Producer Mike S. Ryan

Three of the films in the Oak Cliff Film Festival were recently produced by Mike S. Ryan‘s production company Greyshack Films. Go,See,Talk got the chance to sit with him to talk about them and pick his brain on all things film related. ————————————————————————————————————————– – Mike, we’re excited to have you on board and appreciate you making time […]

[OCFF Interview]…’The Comedy’ Writer/Director Rick Alverson

Contrary to people’s initial perception based on the title, writer/director Rick Alverson’s The Comedy, is actually a thought-provoking dramatic film that examines the life of the over-privileged, white male from the contemporary, desensitized, “entitlement-generation,” perspective. This week, Go,See,Talk sat with Alverson to discuss his groundbreaking film. For those of you unfamiliar with the project, have […]

[OCFF Interview]…’The Ghastly Love of Johnny X’ Writer/Director Paul Bunnell

Tomorrow evening, the Oak Cliff Film Festival will kick off at the Texas Theatre, and director Paul Bunnell’s 1950’s throwback film, The Ghastly Love of Johnny X, will open the festival. “Johnny X” follows Johnny and his group of fellow, rebel aliens who are banished to earth. This 1950’s drive-in movie era love letter is […]

Announcement: Oak Cliff Film Festival Runs June 14th – June 17th

This Thursday, June 14, kicks off the inaugural Oak Cliff Film Festival, brought to you by the film fanatics of Aviation Cinemas, also known as the guys who resurrected the Texas Theatre. Get your VIP badges, and beginning at 5 p.m., start the festival off right in the Texas Theatre’s New Belgium Filmmakers Lounge along with visiting filmmakers and […]