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5 Should-See Movies on the Dallas Worldwide Movie Competition 2022 – PaperCity Journal


After condensing its format to simply three days last year (because it was returning to in-person programming after the pandemic), the Dallas Worldwide Movie Competition is again to being a week-long occasion. From October 14 by means of 20, you possibly can catch the sixteenth annual competition at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Cedars and different Dallas landmarks. There will even be particular screenings and occasions on the Meyerson Symphony Heart, Booker T. Washington Excessive College, Texas Theatre, and extra.

Forward, we spotlight among the movies we’re most wanting ahead to on the competition. From an Anthony Hopkins-led interval drama to a documentary a few combat towards the world’s largest pork company, these are 5 must-see movies on the Dallas Worldwide Movie Competition 2022.


Don’t miss the Dallas Worldwide Movie Competition this October. There’s a nice lineup together with “Armageddon Time” starring Anthony Hopkins.

Armageddon Time

Friday, October 14 at 7:15 pm at Alamo Drafthouse

A Premiere Sequence at DIFF this 12 months, this new interval drama stars Anthony Hopkins in a coming-of-age story a few household and the generational pursuit of the American dream. Impressed by his childhood in Queens, New York, the movie was written and directed by James Grey (Advert Astra). It additionally stars Anne Hathaway and Jeremy Sturdy (Succession).


Aftersun Dallas Film Festival
“Aftersun” follows a father, daughter, and the reminiscences she has of the 2 of them on a previous vacation.


Saturday, October 15 at 4:15 pm at Alamo Drafthouse

This new British drama from A24 stars Paul Mescal (Regular Individuals), Francesca Corio, and Celia Rowlson-Corridor in a narrative about reminiscences (the buzzy trailer simply dropped in the present day). Sophie displays on her previous together with her father (Mescal) on a vacation they took collectively 20 years in the past — the enjoyment and melancholy, as properly the gaps she has to fill together with her creativeness.


The Smell of Money Dallas Film Festival
“The Odor of Cash” is a documentary a few rural North Carolina group’s combat towards the world’s largest pork company.

The Odor of Cash

Sunday, October 16 at 4:30 pm and Monday, October 17 at 9:30 pm at Alamo Drafthouse

Having already received the Greatest Documentary Function at Sarasota Movie Competition this 12 months, this documentary follows a rural North Carolina group’s combat towards one of many world’s greatest pork firms. Directed by Shawn Bannon, the movie follows Elsie Herring and others who should combat for his or her proper to wash air, pure water, and a life freed from pig feces stench.


Call Jane Dallas Film Festival
“Name Jane” is a dramedy starring Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver.

Name Jane

Thursday, October 20 at 7:30 pm at Alamo Drafthouse

Starring Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver, this dramedy follows housewife, Pleasure, who learns that her being pregnant will threaten her personal life at a previous time when abortion was unlawful. She discovers an underground group of suburban girls who need to assist her. Directed by Phyllis Nagy, the movie takes a robust take a look at a previous (and all too current) drawback dealing with American girls.


Acidman Dallas Film Festival
“Acidman” stars Thomas Haden Church as a father obsessive about UFOs.


Friday, October 14 at 7 pm and Saturday, October 15 at 10:30 pm at Alamo Drafthouse

After 10 years aside, Maggie (performed by Dianna Agron) tracks down her father (Thomas Haden Church), who’s obsessive about UFOs, to inform him some large information. Competing within the Narrative Function Competitors on the competition, the movie stars Church as a recluse residing in the course of nowhere who was given the nickname “Acidman” by the locals. As soon as his estranged daughter arrives, he should confront his psychological well being.

You’ll find the complete schedule for the Dallas Worldwide Movie Competition 2022 here.


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