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John Prine is back with ‘The Tree of Forgiveness’
April 16, 2018
Prine’s latest album The Tree of Forgiveness lives up to the artist’s reputation for clever, quality folk music.
“You Were Never Really Here” delivers emotional moments like hammers to the face
April 8, 2018
Lynn Ramsey delivers a powerful, singular story in “You Were Never Really Here,” her follow-up to 2011’s “We Need to Talk About Kevin.”
Despite its cast’s best efforts, 'Tomb Raider' deserves to be buried
March 19, 2018
You won’t find much to treasure in this year’s “Tomb Raider.”
'Flint Town' captures humanity in an inhospitable place
March 8, 2018
How can police heal a community when that community is struggling just to survive?
Keep Austin Weird: 8 strange events to check out at SXSW this year
March 8, 2018
Weird is a commodity in Austin. With more out-of-towners and corporations moving in everyday, it might feel like the mission to Keep Austin Weird has failed.
Women in Cinema aims to empower female student filmmakers
February 28, 2018
Women have historically been a quieter part of the film industry, but Women in Cinema looks to change that.
Lesser-known alumni influence film, entertainment industries
February 22, 2018
Here’s The Daily Texan’s list of alumni filmmakers who deserve more attention.
Pop-Up Magazine coming to Austin, brings stories to life
February 15, 2018
Pop-Up Magazine is a publication that sings, dances and performs live before disappearing from the face of the earth forever. This week, it comes to Austin for one night.
Risky Business: Can MoviePass 'Cruise' to success?
February 6, 2018
Surpassing a million subscribers in under four months, the service — which offers customers one movie ticket per day for only $9.95 a month — wants to change the way theaters work.