The Oklahoma Film + Music Office (OF+MO), with producer Rob Allyn of Margate House Films, producer-financier Simon Fawcett of UK-based Atlantic Screen Productions (ASP), and executive producer Larry Mortorff of ASP, is pleased to announce the start of production of the feature film “Overexposed” in Oklahoma City and Guthrie, Oklahoma. The film is utilizing the Oklahoma Film Enhancement Rebate Program, administered by OF+MO, and will commence principal photography on February 6, 2017.
Rick and Morty has taken the world by storm, even during it's long wait between seasons 2 and 3 the fans of the smash hit adult cartoon are eagerly discussing the complex sci-fi storylines that follow the characters through interplanetary and inter-dimensional travel as they avoid death and wreak havoc, some times on accident and not [...]
Next Saturday and Sunday, February 13th and 14th, pop culture convention Dallas Comic Con Fan Days will take over the Irving Convention Center. If you're into comics, sci-fi, horror, anime, gaming, or simply just dressing up like your favorite movie character like I do, this is the place to be. This two day event will [...]
Did you miss me? It is soooo great to be back writing for ILiveInDallas.com for 2015. It has been a long and dreadful winter. If you've taken a look outside lately, the wacko Texas weather is behind us and spring has come at last. So... what do you want to do? Go out for a [...]
I haven't even steeped foot onto the premises, and already the mania and excitement of Anime was bursting at the seams. With everything going on with the news lately, a little escapism can do the psyche some good. Plenty of North Texas Anime fans came to the Sheraton Hotel on Saturday, costumed and all, to celebrate the nirvana that is AnimeFest. Short for "Anime Festival" it's a once a year celebration of all things Japanese animation thrown right here in Downtown Dallas.
So the summer season is a total wash. Our favorite TV shows won't return from hiatus until fall. Things are getting pretty crazy in politics and in world news. Weather is out of control. Concert tickets are getting pricier and summer movies are becoming more lame. August isn't exactly what I would call a slam dunk month for events that happen in DFW. But when events do happen, why not take advantage when the opportunity arrives?
What is the deal with me and rainstorms huh? First it was this year's Oak Cliff Film Festival in which I spent the last day walking around in ruined Fila sneakers and now on the last day of AFFD, I spent the day watching films wearing... soaked sneakers. All in all, the last day was a [...]
The 13th Annual Asian Film Festival of Dallas shifted into high gear Thursday night. People from around the Dallas Area came to Angelika Film Center near Mockingbird Station. I rode the little escalator up to the second floor of the complex and checked into the makeshift headquarters. Each year, AFFD would alternate between Angelika Dallas [...]
Starting today, July 1st, tickets will go on sale for the 13th Annual Asian Film Festival of Dallas. It's a week-long event that showcases the Asian experience in cinematic form. First things first, I would like for everyone to suspend their disbelief on what you might expect to see at the festival. Yes, there will be action-adventure films (some including martial arts), but these are not the only genres in-which they have to offer.
I'm a fan of film. I could name you several films off the top of my head, the type of genres, and argue your face off about what they should or should not have done in the movie. However, I've never made a film. I've never written a screenplay. Nor, have I ever directed anybody, hustled for funds, actors, locations, or equipment.