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    First-Time Director Digs Deep to Trace Origins of the So-Called Gay Voice in 'Do I Sound Gay?'

    David Thorpe spoke with Indiewire about his acclaimed documentary, which recently screened at the Dallas International Film Festival.

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    The Story Behind 'Raiders,' the Documentary About the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made

    "Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation" became a cult hit after screening in Austin 10 years ago. Now in their 40s, many of the original cast and crew (who were kids when they shot the movie) reunite in "Raiders!" to top off their crazy remake with one last scene and plenty of reminiscing.

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    Blythe Danner Calls for Better Roles for Women at Dallas International Film Festival

    At age 71, this is Danner's first leading role. At the Dallas Film Festival's opening night, she said we need more movies about older characters and three-dimensional roles for women.

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    Watch: Get Immersed in SXSW Short 'Random Stop'

    Benjamin Arfmann's short "Random Stop" was a dual MFA thesis film for UCLA's masters program. It was a highly ambitious project and the final result shows a lot of potential in the young filmmaker. Premiering at South by Southwest 2014, the film was a finalist for the BAFTA student film awards.

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

    The six-year-old Dallas International Film Festival may not have the buzz of fellow Texas festival SXSW or the long history of the neighboring USA Film Festival, but it puts on a remarkably professional and well-run show.

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    Bernie Pollack and Gabourey Sidibe to Receive Honors at Dallas International Film Festival

    The Dallas International Film Festival will honor costume designer Bernie Pollack and actress Gabourey Sidibe at their annual awards dinner in April.

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    Dallas International Film Fest Announces 2012 Lineup; 'Cowgirls' and 'Satellite' to Make World Premieres

    Dallas International Film Fest Announces 2012 Lineup; 'Cowgirls' and 'Satellite' to Make World Premieres

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    Dallas Locks Down 'My Way' as Centerpiece & 25th Anniversary Screening of 'Robocop' as Closing Film

    The Dallas International Film Festival announced today that Kang Je-Gyu's South Korean epic "My Way" will serve as the event's Centerpiece sceening, while a 25th anniversary screening of "Robocop" (shot in Dallas), will close the festival. Many of the cast and crew from t...

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