[Fantastic Fest Interview]…Director Martin Krejčí on ‘The True Adventures of Wolfboy’

While at Fantastic Fest, it’s not often you find feel-good, heart-warming yarns amid the plethora of films about yakuza, murderers, zombies or other genre staples. But The True Adventures of Wolfboy is as unexpected as it is honest, and it’s a wondrous take on the “it’s ok to be you” type of film. After all, […]

Sweet Trailer…Ridley Scott’s ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’

It’s been a while since a Ridley Scott film has graced the silver screen. However it’s been even longer said screen has shown with a story that audiences have taken to as much as the films from his glory days. His ‘period piece’ films seem to be more miss than hit these days but the […]

[USAFF Review]…Fading Gigolo

John Turturro writes and directs his fifth film, Fading Gigolo, and weaves an interesting narrative to say the very least. In short, Fading Gigolo is about John Turturro and Woody Allen playing, no joke, “a pimp and a prostitute.” Let that sink in, because you probably won’t believe it until you see it. No, this […]

[USA Film Fest Interview]…’Fading Gigolo’ Writer/Director/Star John Turturro

The Dallas-based USA Film Festival (which runs 4/22-4/27) kicked off on Thursday, April 22nd. Prior to the opening night ceremonies, John Turturro brought his new film Fading Gigolo to Dallas to open the festival. His latest is narrative is about a NY native who when faced with losing his job enters into the world’s oldest […]

The 44th Annual USA Film Festival Runs April 22–27

The 44th Annual USA Film Festival (which runs April 22 – 27, 2014) features lots of high profile guests this year. Among them, actor, author and native Dallasite Stephen Tobolowsky returns to his home town to host his program in the Festival. All programs will be held at the Angelika Film Center and if you’re in […]