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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Dallas VideoFest 27 Takes Screenings to Community

Dallas VideoFest 27 takes screenings to community

DALLAS, TX – The Video Association of Dallas is pleased to announce the Dallas VideoFest 27 will be taking screenings directly to various communities around the Dallas area. This is a first for the long-running Festival. Dallas VideoFest opens Wednesday, October 8, 2014, at Dallas City Performance Hall, debuting Alfred Hitchcock’s first silent movie thriller, THE LODGER. Following opening night, Thursday, October 9 - Sunday, October 12, DVF27 will take over 2 screens at the Alamo Drafthouse Richardson. Monday, October 13, DVF27 will screen a special Native American film on Columbus Day on the UTA campus. Community screening on Tuesday, October 14 – 15 will be at the South Dallas Cultural Center. Then the Festival concludes October 16-19 at the Angelika Film Center in the Mockingbird Station with 2 screens.

Fact Sheet

VideoFest 27 presented by the Video Association of Dallas


Oct. 8 — Hitchcock’s THE LODGER opening night with Dallas Chamber Symphony
Dallas City Performance Hall
2520 Flora St, Dallas, TX 75201

Oct. 9 – 12 — 2 screens
Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Richardson
100 S. Central Expressway #14
Richardson, Texas 75080

Oct. 13 — Native American community screening with Native American Student Association
University of Texas at Arlington
Fine Art Building
701 S. Nedderman Drive
Arlington, TX 76019

Oct. 14 and 15 — African American community screening
South Dallas Cultural Center
3400 S. Fitzhugh Ave.
Dallas, TX 75201

Oct. 16 – 19 — 2 screens
Angelika Film Center
5321 E. Mockingbird Ln.
Dallas, TX 75206

For information on parking, please visit: http://videofest.org/dallas-videofest-parking-information/

Available online at http://videofest.org/passes/#.U-j-fYBdW_M

Opening Night tickets:
$19 - Regular Admission
$34 - Preferred Seating
$59 - VIP Tickets with After Party Access to meet the composer and members of the orchestra

Opening Night tickets available online at http://www.showclix.com/event/chambersymphony2

All-Festival Pass:
Student Passes: $150 (with Student ID)

Weekend Passes:

Day Passes:
Saturday or Sunday: $25

Individual tickets:
$8/regular programs
Spotlight showcases will vary
Seniors and students tickets: $6/regular programs

Connect with VideoFest: (#DVF27 and #HitchcockOpeningNight):

Sign up for the Video Association Newsletter: http://tinyurl.com/DVFNewsletter





About Dallas VideoFest 27:

VideoFest officially opens at Dallas City Performance Hall on Wednesday, Oct. 8. For the first time ever, the festival will be in three locations throughout the 10-day long run from Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Richardson, Friday Oct.9-12th, Oct. 13th, University of Texas at Arlington, Oct 15th, South Dallas Cultural Center and wrapping up at the Angelika Theater, Friday, Oct. 16th-19th.

VideoFest (VideoFest.org) is now the oldest and largest video festival in the United States and continues to garner critical and popular acclaim. VideoFest prides itself on bringing films to the theater that are rarely available to be seen anywhere else. Films like Experimental/Art Films, Animation, Narrative and Documentary Shorts as well as Documentary and Narrative Features and some hard-to-find Classic TV episodes and Classic Films are often in the mix.

History of VideoFest: Cutting-Edge Art
Merging art and technology since 1987, VideoFest has specialized in independent, alternative, and non-commercial media, presenting hard-to-find works rarely seen on television, in movie theaters, or elsewhere, despite their artistic excellence and cultural and social relevance. Even in a Web 4.0 environment where everything is seemingly available on the Internet, the VideoFest provides curatorial guidance, a critical voice in the wilderness navigating the vast and diverse landscape of media, helping to interpret its cultural and artistic significance. The event provides a communal environment for real-time, face-to-face dialogue between makers and audiences.

Dallas VideoFest 27 Sponsors

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema–Richardson; Alford Media Services, Inc.; AMS Pictures; Angelika Film Center Dallas; B Marie Designs; City of Richardson through the Richardson Arts Commission; Common Desk; Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau; Dallas Film Commission; Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs; FilmFreeway; KellyKitchensPR.com; KERA/KXT; Selig Polyscope Company; Sell.com; SullivanPerkins; Texas Commission on the Arts; Texas Film Commission; TheaterJones.


The mission of the Video Association is to promote an understanding of video as a creative medium and cultural force in our society, and to support and advance the work of Texas artists working in video and the electronic arts. The Video Association of Dallas (VAD) is a 501(c)(3) organization incorporated on April 25, 1989. It began in 1986 as a weekend event, “Video As A Creative Medium”, presented at the Dallas Museum of Art by independent curators Barton Weiss and John Held. That first event, which included two nights of video by selected local and national video artists, was a great popular success, which led to the founding of the Dallas Video Festival (DVF) in 1987. Video Association of Dallas also presents the 24 Hour Video Race, the Texas Show Tour, North Texas College Film Festival, Texas Filmmakers Production Fund workshops, Three Star Cinema, and other programs throughout the year.

VIDEO ASSOCIATION OF DALLAS 1405 Woodlawn Dallas, TX 75208

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