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Dallas Film Festival offers wide variety of diverse programming

Dallas Film Festival offers wide variety of diverse programming

Joe Cross

Staff reporter Joe Cross recently attended the Dallas International Film Festival.

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Joe Cross, Staff Reporter
April 17, 2017

As an avid fan of film, I try to see as many movies as I possibly can, especially smaller, independent ones. Ever since I first attended the Dallas International Film Festival a few years ago, it’s become something of a tradition. In its 11 years, the festival has evolved from only showing some of the smaller name films at festivals such as Sundance, to showing movies from all around the world, both big and small. Here are my favorites from this year’s festival. Mr. Madila Though it’s only nine minutes long, “Mr. Madila” is one of the most clever films shown at the festival. Following a young filmmak...

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