March 25-29, 2020 | Denton, Texas, USA

Posts Tagged ‘North Texas Premiere’

Well Groomed

Wednesday, April 10 / 6:30PM / Campus Theatre Thursday, April 11 / 5:30PM / Alamo Drafthouse 1 2019 | USA | 88 MIN | North Texas Premiere Follow four champion groomers and their gorgeous, vibrant dogs through a year in the life on the technicolor competition circuit, playfully exploring their creative process. From South Carolina to California, New…

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Community First: A Home for the Homeless

Saturday, April 13 / 1:30PM / Alamo Drafthouse 7 Sunday, April 14 / 2:30PM / Alamo Drafthouse 8 2018 | USA | 65 MIN | North Texas Premiere Community First is an extraordinary new movement in Austin, TX, which is transforming the lives of homeless people through the power of community. As explained by the founder Alan Graham,…

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Bellingcat – Truth in a Post-Truth World     

Friday, April 12 / 3:00PM / Alamo Drafthouse 8 Sunday, April 14 / 1:15PM / Campus Theatre 2018 | Netherlands | 88 MIN | North Texas Premiere A first-hand look into the revolutionary rise of the “citizen investigative journalist” collective known as Bellingcat. Comprised of various distinct personalities from around the globe, Bellingcat is an online association of…

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All Inclusive

2018 | Switzerland | 10 MIN | North Texas Premiere Short Film Program 5: All of Us Saturday, April 13 / 2:00PM / Alamo Drafthouse 1 Under the spell of mass entertainment on the high seas. Writer/Director: Corina Schwingruber Ilić

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Mr. Overton

2015 | USA | 13 MIN | North Texas Premiere Short Film Program 6: Point of View Saturday, April 13 / 9:00PM / Alamo Drafthouse 7 At 109 years old, Richard Overton who passed away on December 27, 2018, was the oldest living WWII veteran. When the film was made, he lived alone, drove his…

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Molly & Ann              

2018 | USA | 20 MIN | North Texas Premiere Saturday, April 13 / 1:30PM / Alamo Drafthouse 7 Sunday, April 14 / 2:30PM / Alamo Drafthouse 8 Molly & Ann is a short film about Governor Ann Richards and best-selling author and political columnist Molly Ivins, two Texas icons, unabashed progressives, and women who…

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