Photo courtesy of Dallas Producers Association

After a year’s hiatus, the Dallas Producers Association’s premier fund-raising and showcase event, It Came From Dallas, returns with the promise of a fun-filled and exciting evening of entertainment and nostalgia.

Included in the program’s segments will be interviews with a variety of local filmmaking professionals and celebrities introducing clips from films made in Dallas-Fort Worth and across Texas throughout the years. There will also be interesting anecdotes along with several “behind-the-scenes” stories about their experiences working on films, television, commercials, radio, documentary and corporate films.

Film historian Gordon K. Smith will be back with Gordon’s Vault, an always-impressive collection of fun trailers and clips from cult classic and lesser-known films made in the Dallas area or around the state of Texas.

For this latest version of It Came From Dallas, the show’s producers have compiled a jam-packed retrospective featuring “The Best Of” It Came From Dallas’ nine previous incarnations.

In addition, a traditional highlight of the evening’s proceedings will continue with the presentation of the Dallas Producers Association’s Film Pioneer Award. The recipients of this prestigious award will be Kathy Tyner of the KD Conservatory and Robert G. Redd (posthumously).

After a year’s hiatus, the Dallas Producers Association’s premier fund-raising and showcase event, It Came From Dallas, returns with the promise of a fun-filled and exciting evening of entertainment and nostalgia.

Included in the program’s segments will be interviews with a variety of local filmmaking professionals and celebrities introducing clips from films made in Dallas-Fort Worth and across Texas throughout the years. There will also be interesting anecdotes along with several “behind-the-scenes” stories about their experiences working on films, television, commercials, radio, documentary and corporate films.

Film historian Gordon K. Smith will be back with Gordon’s Vault, an always-impressive collection of fun trailers and clips from cult classic and lesser-known films made in the Dallas area or around the state of Texas.

For this latest version of It Came From Dallas, the show’s producers have compiled a jam-packed retrospective featuring “The Best Of” It Came From Dallas’ nine previous incarnations.

In addition, a traditional highlight of the evening’s proceedings will continue with the presentation of the Dallas Producers Association’s Film Pioneer Award. The recipients of this prestigious award will be Kathy Tyner of the KD Conservatory and Robert G. Redd (posthumously).

After a year’s hiatus, the Dallas Producers Association’s premier fund-raising and showcase event, It Came From Dallas, returns with the promise of a fun-filled and exciting evening of entertainment and nostalgia.

Included in the program’s segments will be interviews with a variety of local filmmaking professionals and celebrities introducing clips from films made in Dallas-Fort Worth and across Texas throughout the years. There will also be interesting anecdotes along with several “behind-the-scenes” stories about their experiences working on films, television, commercials, radio, documentary and corporate films.

Film historian Gordon K. Smith will be back with Gordon’s Vault, an always-impressive collection of fun trailers and clips from cult classic and lesser-known films made in the Dallas area or around the state of Texas.

For this latest version of It Came From Dallas, the show’s producers have compiled a jam-packed retrospective featuring “The Best Of” It Came From Dallas’ nine previous incarnations.

In addition, a traditional highlight of the evening’s proceedings will continue with the presentation of the Dallas Producers Association’s Film Pioneer Award. The recipients of this prestigious award will be Kathy Tyner of the KD Conservatory and Robert G. Redd (posthumously).

WHEN

WHERE

Alamo Drafthouse Richardson
100 S. Central Expy.
#14
Richardson, TX 75080
http://itcamefromdallas.com/

TICKET INFO

$10
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