Cat Daddies focuses on David Giovanni who is living on the streets of New York, determined to stay together with his beloved cat, Lucky.
Dallas International Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Dallas International Film Festival
WHERE: Dallas, Texas, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Since 2006, the Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) has become the place for storytellers and audiences to connect and experience film as a community.
Over the years we’ve contributed more than $1 million in filmmaker awards, hosted more than 1,900 filmmakers, and screened over 2,200 films from more than 50 countries.
The Dallas premieres of Running With Beto, Alex Ross Perry’s Her Smell, and Zhang Yimou’s Shadow are among the first ten films announced for 13th Dallas International Film Festival.
HURDLE, Documentary on Palestinian Youth, to World Premiere at 2019 Dallas International Film Festival
A new generation of Palestinian youth overcome obstacles through their love of the sport parkour, in the shadow of a border wall, as chronicled in Michael Rowley’s Hurdle.
In honor of its 12th anniversary, Dallas International Film Festival (DIFF) released a preview of 12 features and shorts screening up the upcoming festival in Dallas taking place from Thursday, May 3 to Thursday, May 10, 2018.
The Dallas International Film Festival revealed the first eleven official selections for the upcoming 11th edition of the festival.
Diego Luna’s MR. PIG and Jessica Dimmock and Christopher LaMarca’s THE PEARL took home the top prizes at the 2016 Dallas International Film Festival awards ceremony.
The 2016 Dallas International Film Festival taking place April 14 to 17, revealed the full schedule of film selections.
The first ten official selections have been revealed for the 2016 Dallas International Film Festival.
The 9th annual Dallas International Film Festival taking place April 9-19, 2015, announced the first 10 films, including the North American premiere of PLAYING IT COOL, a romantic comedy starring Chris Evans and Michelle Monaghan.
“Hellion” “The Special Need” “Flutter” “Verbatim” “Queens & Cowboys” Among Winners of 2014 Dallas International Film Festival
The Dallas International Film Festival announced its 2014 award winners; Hellion, directed by Kat Candler, won the Narrative Feature Grand Jury Prize and The Special Need directed by Carlo Zoratti, grabbed the Documentary Feature Grand Jury Prize. Hellion is the debut feature from writer/director Kat Candler, based on her short film that screened at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, paints the powerful portrait of a family on the brink of dissolution set against the haunting backdrop of the refineries of Southeast Texas. The Special Need is a documentary film about Enea, an autistic man from Italy who is obsessed with finding a girlfriend. The film follows his struggles in interacting with women, and eventually he and his friends take to the road to find someone for Enea to sleep with.
2014 Dallas International Film Festival Unveils First 10 Films; Incl. World Premiere of BELIEVE ME, North American Premiere of FIRESTORM
The 8th edition of the Dallas International Film Festival, taking place April 3 to 13, 2014 unveiled the first 10 films to screen at the festival. “Approximately 150 films from all over the world will be screened during the 11-day Festival and selecting the first ten films is like completing the first mile in a marathon,” said James Faust, artistic director, Dallas Film Society. It’s exhilarating and exhausting selecting the best among the thousands of outstanding entries we receive and announcing the entire line-up is the moment I reach the finish line and the fun of the festival begins!”
Kristina Nikolova’s Bulgarian film FAITH, LOVE & WHISKEY won the narrative category and Bill and Turner Ross’s TCHOUPITOULAS for documentary at the 2012 Dallas International Film Festival.
The Narrative competition jury also gave a Special Mention for Breakout Performance to Michael Rainey Jr. for LUV and a Special Mention for Acting for Kim Kold in TEDDY BEAR.