For their 30th anniversary festival, the Dallas VideoFest will be split into two different presentations. DocuFest will feature dozens of documentaries and shorts. It will run four days, October 5-8, 2017, on one screen at one theater, Studio Movie Grill on Northwest Hwy. According to VideoFest artistic director, Bart Weiss, going from 15o to a couple of dozen screenings meant saying no to a lot of good films but that assures that the highest quality films will be presented at this year’s festival. Click here to see the complete guide and schedule of screenings.
The second leg of this year’s VideoFest will be AltFiction. Running from November 2 – 5 at the Angelika Film Center in Dallas, AltFiction will focus on narrative films and episodic TV. The Ernie Kovacs Award will be held on October 14 at the Alamo Drafthouse in Richardson. This year’s recipients will be Dave Foley and Kevin McDonald of “The Kids in the Hall.”
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