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UNT professor brings awareness to injustices in Egypt through her award-winning film ‘489 Days’

From March 25-29, Denton held its annual Thin Line Festival, an event for musicians, filmmakers and photographers from all over the globe. Due to...

Thin Line Festival goes virtual amid COVID-19

The 13th annual Thin Line Fest took place March 25 – 29, but this year it had a new spin. Due to COVID-19, the festival...

Student uses passion for illustration to create a graphic novel, creative student organization

Whether it is painting, cooking or drawing, UNT senior Chelsea Tolin fills her life with various forms of art. “Art goes into my whole life,”...

Keep up with your physical and mental health during quarantine

As COVID-19 spreads across the nation, citizens everywhere are encouraged to stay home in an effort to reduce transmission rates and flatten the curve....

Denton filmmaker shares community stories through shorts

After spending his Monday evening following around members of Better Understanding Trash Through Service (B.U.T.T.S.), Chad Withers, a short filmmaker and Denton resident, directed...

A Doc About Historic Movie Houses Suddenly Seems More Relevant Than Ever

Every documentarian wants their film to be timely, but in April Wright’s case, that might not be such a good thing. Going Attractions: The Definitive...

Denton’s Thin Line Film Festival Partners with Dallas Producers To Go Virtual March 25 – 29

Denton’s Thin Line Film Festival Partners with Dallas Producers To Go Virtual Festival Preserves Film Programming In The Midst of Social Distancing Denton, TX – Denton’s...

Mario Kart has a monopoly on the racing genre

Nintendo’s star plumber has been a master jumper for decades, inspiring tons of competing platformer games. However, while I’ve been eager to play all...

Pixar works its magic in ‘Onward’

I feel like it is a little cliche to start this review off with “Pixar has done it again.” But lo and behold, Pixar...

Thin Line Fest cancels in-person events, transitions to online

Thin Line Fest announced today it will be cancelling its in-person music events and film screenings and will screen online instead. The annual documentary, film,...

‘Emma.’ is a deliciously witty remake of a Jane Austen classic

“Emma Woodhouse, handsome, clever and rich, with a comfortable home and happy disposition, seemed to unite some of the blessings of existence; and had...

KUZU 92.9 FM spices up the Denton music scene with volunteer radio and local artist endorsement

Tucked in a little nook on Elm Street is a small, colorful building that could easily blur into the busy background of Denton. On...
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Nasher Artist Grants deadline May 15

Name of Call: Nasher Artist Grants, North Texas Eligibility: County: TX: Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Erath, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Navarro, Palo Pinto, Parker, Rockwall,...

TWU Dance presents virtual dance concert ‘1200 Seconds’ April 24

April 14, 2020 — DENTON — The Texas Woman’s University Department of Dance is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic by presenting its first virtual dance concert, “1200 Seconds.”...

Thin Line Fest cancels in-person events, transitions to online

Thin Line Fest announced today it will be cancelling its in-person music events and film screenings and will screen online instead. The annual documentary, film,...