Be the most Oak Cliff with preview of Oak Cliff Film Festival

Photo by David Leeson

The Oak Cliff Film Festival arrives June 8-11.

This year’s festival includes “A Ghost Story” (also a Sundance selection) from Fort Worth-based David Lowery, “Endless Poetry” from Alejandro Jodorowsky, and Janizca Bravo’s “Lemon,” among many others.

Here’a an opportunity to be among the first to know all about it.

Festival co-founder Barak Epstein offers a preview of the festival at Turner House on May 18. He’ll show and discuss clips from festival films so you can plan your fest.

The event is part of the Oak Cliff Society of Fine Arts’ spring salon series. Tickets cost $15 for society members and $20 otherwise.


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