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Hitchcock in October at the Angelika

Hitchcock in October at the Angelika

The Angelika will be showing FREE Hitchcock movies every Thursday on the pavilion at Mockingbird station. Some seats will be available, but chairs, blankets and picnic baskets are encouraged. Film starts at 8pm and you don't want to miss the Oct 8th showing of Rear Window. Did you know Hitchcock makes a cameo appearance in 39 of his 52 major films?

Free screening for Song of Sparrows at Regent Highland Park Village

Free screening for Song of Sparrows at Regent Highland Park Village

Have plans on Thursday night? How about a free film screening?

Email songsparrowdallas@yahoo.com to receive a pass good for two for the 2008 Iranian film Song of Sparrows.

Thursday, July 23, 2009 at 7:30PM

Regent Highland Park Villlage Theater
32 Highland Park Vlg
Dallas, TX 75205-2731

DALLAS Film Society and Nasher Sculpture Center: Free Films on First Thursdays

DALLAS Film Society and Nasher Sculpture Center: Free Films on First Thursdays

Join DALLAS Film Society and the Nasher Sculture Center for Free Films on First Thursdays featuring the very best in cinematic entertainment with a star-studded line-up of award-winning American movie classics, based on American novels.

Schedule of Events:

5:00 p.m. Nasher Cafe Dining and Cocktails
6:30 p.m. Film Chat
7:00 p.m. Classic Movie Screening
9:00 p.m. Film Discussion

SHOGUN ASSASSIN (1980) Playing at Anglika Film Center

SHOGUN ASSASSIN (1980) Playing at Anglika Film Center

Dallas Cinemania will be presenting a rare 35mm screening of SHOGUN ASSASSIN tonight at the Angelika Film Center in Mockingbird Station. Tickets are $10 and the show starts at 8pm with a selection of vintage, exploitation trailers. Bring cash.

Shogun Assassin (1980) Japan/USA
86 min 35mm
Dir: Robert Houstin/Kenji Misumi

French Festival of Short Films at McKinney Avenue Contemporary

French Festival of Short Films at McKinney Avenue Contemporary

THE ALLIANCE FRANCAISE DE DALLAS presents the first French Festival of short films beginning Thursday, May 21st, 2009 at 7pm. www.afnorthtexas.org

Where: McKinney Avenue Contemporary, 3120 Mckinney Ave
(214) 953-1622
www.the-mac.org

Tickets: Non-member $10
Member $7

Classic Movie Night at The Belmont Hotel

Classic Movie Night at The Belmont Hotel

Classic movie night at The Belmont Hotel would be perfect for a date night or even going without one. Alright, perhaps this is an event that yields better with company, so bring a friend and a big blanket. BarBelmont will be serving food and alcohol, so don't bring your beer cooler. Doors will open at 7:30pm and the movie will begin at sundown. Running late? Don't worry. Valet parking is provided, and admission is free.

The Hunchback of Notre Dame with Live Orchestra at Texas Theater

The Hunchback of Notre Dame with Live Orchestra at Texas Theater

On Friday, May 1st, Texas Theater will be showing Lon Chaney's 1923 horror classic, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Paul Slavens will lead a live musical score to accompany the screening. Tickets are cheap - $8/Adult $4/Children. Purchase tix online. Showtime is at 7pm.

These are the best sort of events to go to. A classic film in an old theater, a live orchestra, and a cheap ticket to get in. Take advantage of stuff like this. You'll be surprised at what you get out of it.

Free Passes for Next Week’s Screening of “Is Anybody There?” at the USA Film Festival

Free Passes for Next Week's Screening of

Next Friday, “Is Anybody There?” starring Michael Caine opens. The USA Film Festival will be featuring the film on Thursday, April 30 at 7PM at the Angelika Dallas. People will be purchasing tickets to get in to see the film but, guess what? You might not have to purchase your tickets. The folks at cinecamp have some comp tickets to give away! That’s right, we’re giving away 5 passes which each guarantee 2 spots in the screening (10 seats total guaranteed admittance) to the 4/30 showing of IS ANYBODY THERE? at the USA Film Festival in Dallas, Texas. Details in full post!

AFI Dallas: A Short (List)

AFI Dallas: A Short (List)

The short films run 5-15 minutes each, and the whole program will last about an hour. You might see 5 or 6 short films during that time. All of them will give you a taste of something different. One or two will take you by complete surprise and have you thinking, "What the hell?"

6 Tips For AFI Dallas Moviegoers

6 Tips For AFI Dallas Moviegoers

Last year's AFI Fest was amazing. I volunteered, went to a few premier screenings, and even watched short films for the first time. Like with anything you do a second time, I have reflected back to the things I wish I would have known, and look forward to what I will do this year to make the experience even better than the last.