DIFF Does Dallas Arts District #DIFF2016

Check out what’s happening during DIFF 2016 in the Dallas Arts District! It all begins with four days of film, fun and “festing” during DIFF Opening Weekend, April 14-17, presented by One Arts Plaza with support from Downtown Dallas Inc.

Full blog post from DIFF here.

Thursday, April 14

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Presented by One
Arts Plaza with support from Downtown Dallas Inc.

 

OPENING NIGHT CELEBRATIONHall Arts

7:00PM at the City Performance Hall with support from The Hall Group

Friday, April 15

HIGH SCHOOL DAY

Sporting their High School Day T-shirts sponsored by SMU, attendees will descend uponKlyde Warren Park before being split into groups and directed to various Dallas Arts Districtvenues including the Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas Museum of Art, The Nasher Sculpture Center.
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SIGNS OF HUMANITY SCREENING

7:30 PM Dallas City Performance Hall
Special Presentation of SIGNS OF HUMANITY benefiting The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center, a shelter here in Dallas

Saturday, April 16

A SALUTE TO THE MUSIC OF JOHN WILLIAMS: DALLAS WINDS PERFORMANCE

2:00 PM Dallas City Performance Hall
dallas windsA Q&A with Dallas Winds Artistic Director and Conductor, Jerry Junkin, will follow as the Hall is prepared for a special screening of Steven Spielberg’s family classic, E.T. the EXTRA TERRESTRIAL.

SCREENING OF E.T. THE EXTRA TERRESTRIAL & HENRY THOMAS Q&A

3:00 PM Dallas City Performance Hall
Texas native Henry Thomas, who played Elliot in this Spielberg classic will participate in a Q&A after the screening.

FREE OUTDOOR SCREENING OF THE LABYRINTH

7:30 PM Klyde Warren Park
In honor of the late, great, musical genius David Bowie, who wrote and composed the entire soundtrack for THE LABYRINTH along with starring in the film, the cult classic will play at the Festival during a special FREE outdoor screening at sundown.

24390158211063080CENTERPIECE SCREENING & GALA: QUEEN OF THE SOUTH

7:30 PM Dallas City Performance Hall
Special Presentation Screening of new locally shot, USA Network television series Queen of the South

Sunday, April 17

TALK/SHOW PANEL: SMALL TO BIG

12:00 PM The Nasher Sculpture Center
Independent Dreams on Studio Budgets
Moderator: James Faust

TALK/SHOW PANEL: VIRTUAL REALITY

1:30 PM The Nasher Sculpture Center
Storytelling versus Immersive Experience
Moderator: John Wildman

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