In The Media

2013 Dallas International Film Festival Coverage

Culture Map: Full 2013 Festival Coverage from Alex Bentley and CM Staff

The Dallas Morning News: Festival Coverage from Film Critic Chris Vognar and the DMM Arts Staff

WFAA-TV: Full DIFF Coverage from Channel 8

The Dallas International Film Festival: A Step-by-Step Guide to Cinematic Bliss (with Matthew McConaughey paper doll)

D Magazine: Your Guide to the 2013 Dallas International Film Festival

Selig Film News: 2013 DIFF Coverage and Filmmaker Interviews

Paper City: 2013 Dallas International Film Festival

My Sweet Charity: Complete Dallas International Film Festival Coverage

2012 Dallas International Film Festival Coverage

IndieWire: It’s Not SXSW and That’s a Good Thing: Considering the Dallas International Film Festival

Yahoo! Movies: Dallas International Film Festival Interview: Famke Janssen Talks Filming, Cast for ‘Bringing Up Bobby’

The Dallas Morning News: DIFF brings out the awards and stars, present and future

Art + Seek: DIFF: The Winners and a Little Star Power

CBS DFW: Dallas International Film Festival Now Underway

CNN: DIRTY ENERGY Screening at 2012 Dallas International Film Festival Commemorates 2-Yr. Anniversary of Gulf Coast Oil Spill

D Magazine: The Dallas International Film Festival: A Filmmaker’s Take

Film Threat: 2012 Dallas International Film Festival Announces Full Lineup

Movie City News: Catching Up by Kim Voynar

Screen Daily: Faith, Tchoupitoulas among Dallas International Film Festival winners

2011 Dallas International Film Festival Coverage

Now You Too Can Watch the Dallas Film Society’s Horton Foote Cinematic Highlight Reel – Unfair Park

Cadillac Celebrates DIFF – WFAA

Meet the Star of Lucky at DIFF – WFAA

Your Home Could Star in the Next Hollywood Production – WFAA

Euforia Live – Dallas News

Dallas Plays Host to Intl Film Festival – CBS

A Dozen for Dallas- Indiewire

DFS Coverage

Student Filmmakers: Dallas International Film Festival Now Accepting Your Movies- D Magazine, Front Row

Public Eye- Dallas Business Journal

Dallas Film Society Announces Student Film Awards- Pegasus News

Interview with Artistic Director James Faust- Pearl Snap Discount

2010 DALLAS International Film Festival Voted Best Film Festival in the Dallas Observer Best of Awards

2010 marked the first year that Dallas’ pride and joy of celluloid and big screens left the AFI umbrella and adopted its own moniker: The Dallas International Film Festival. And it was a banner year thanks to the delicious programming talents of artistic director James Faust, senior programmer Sarah Harris and chairman of the board Michael Cain. There were roughly 30 films ranging from big budget to local indie, spread from morning to night over the festival’s 10 days (and we didn’t miss a one).That there were gems that still replay on our brain-screen some six months later says much about the quality of the selections: in particular, the lush, dramatic Italian-set I Am Love; the captivating, adventurous Korean spaghetti Western The Good, The Bad, The Weird; the comedic yet troubling doc The Red Chapel; the sinister yet sympathetic Lovers of Hate; and the absolutely uplifting Thunder Soul. DIFF2010 was safely some of the most gratifying (albeit emotionally exhausting) time we’ve spent in a theater seat. -Dallas Observer

Samples of 2010 Dallas International Film Festival Coverage:

Papercity -DIFF 2010 highlights


La Mode -2010 DIFF coverage

Indiewire -DIFF Announces Line Up

SMU Daily Mustang -Red Carpet Review

Texas Film Commission -Industry News




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