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Friday, February 28, 2020

Best of the Fests


Dallas is getting culturally diverse on the films being made and released to the public.
There are many varieties of films releasing in the Dallas Areas via showcasing at many types of film festivals here in Dallas, TX, presented by EarthX and it’s film division, EarthX Film. On February 27th through March 1st, EarthX is showcasing 11 films that gain populace from the audiences or represent the aesthetic work from the filmmakers. The festival will either take place at Alamo Drafthouse Cedars or Texas Theatre.

The participating films presented from each film festival include: 3 Star Jewish Cinema, Asian Film Festival of Dallas, Czech That film, Deep Ellum Film Festival, Denton Black Film Festival, Dallas International Film Festival, and many others. Additionally, filmmakers who worked on these films and productions will also be making appearances for Q&A sessions as well, including filmmaker and musician Luke Dick.

Here are the main feature film selections that were selected for this year’s Best of Fests: Golda’s Balcony, Winter Files, Flannery, Brotherhood, The Witch Part 1: The Subversion, Fantastic Fungi, Red Dog, Swallow, International Falls, Building the American Dream, and Namdev Bhau in the Search of Silence.

The festival also presents a plethora of short films, but will showcased either in separate show times or in front of the participating films being selected as mentioned above. You can find more information online at to see which films, depending on the schedule, you’re looking forward to see from February 27th to March 1st. Festival Passes and student tickets are also available to purchase.
(Reported by Henry Pham)

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