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Alamo Drafthouse Features More Hanksgiving, Galaxy Quest, Spinal Tap This Week

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Calling all movie lovers… Here’s what’s happening this week at Alamo Drafthouse DFW!

This week is all about getting your wings and partying it up at the Alamo Drafthouse. Enjoy a draft beer and some sci-fi with the Hopped Up Cinema: The Fifth Element screening with Hop & Sting. Get ready to party with two movie parties for Galaxy Quest and This Is Spinal Tap. For a full calendar listing, please visit drafthouse.com/dfw/calendar. Continue reading

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The Shops at Willow Bend Launches Free Weekly Outdoor Summer Movie Series

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The Shops at Willow Bend is launching a free weekly outdoor summer movie series, offering family-friendly films alongside high-quality dining options.

Every Tuesday evening from June 4 through July 30, a different movie will be shown beginning at 8:30 p.m. in the open lawn space in The District. Moviegoers can bring blankets and lawn chairs as they enjoy popular movies such as Trolls, Spider Man, Coco and The Secret Life of Pets, among others.  Continue reading

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Knife Hosting Film Series

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Love food and film? Knife at The Highland Dallas, located at 5300 E. Mockingbird Lane, will kick off Sunday Cinema Series, a culinary-themed film program, on Sunday, May 17 with a screening of “Chef” on the outdoor patio at the restaurant. The series will continue on Sundays of select months in 2015 and with the purchase of each ticket, guests will enjoy themed gourmet bites by renowned Chef John Tesar and craft beer from Four Corners Brewing Company. Prominent guest speakers from the film and food industries will also speak before each screening.  Continue reading

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9 Food Scenes We Love

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Television and the movies often rely on familiar subjects to engage the viewer, and certainly food has historically been a large part of that device. From the very beginning of movie history with Charlie Chaplin doing his table ballet in Gold Rush, to the many films produced in recent history such as Danish film Babette’s Feast, Chocolat, or the very erotic Nine and a 1/2

Below we share clips from several television programs and films that feature a memorable food scene There are actually many more that come to mind and we will most likely do a part two in the near future. You can share your favorites with us for a fun afternoon. Continue reading

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