Texas Theatre: Tony Montana, Naven Johnson and the OC Film Fest

Tony Montana and Alabama Whitman are coming to Oak Cliff. Or rather, the Texas Theatre is taking us to them. First, it’s a trip to ’90s Detroit with “True Romance” Nov. 30-Dec. 2. “Detropia,” a documentary about the downsizing of Detroit opening Nov. 30, looks fascinating.

And then we’re off to ’80s Miami with a screening of “Scarface” Dec. 6-9.

Bring it home for holiday shopping Dec. 8 with a 16-mm print of Fred Weiseman’s 1983 documentary about Neiman Marcus during the holiday season, “The Store”.

Drink your Ovaltine for “A Christmas Story” Dec. 20 and afix your optigrab for a 35-mm print of Steve Martin’s “The Jerk” Dec. 13.

Comedian Neil Hamburger returns to the theater Jan. 11, this time with Tim Heidecker of “Tim & Eric: Awesome Show Good Job.”

Since we’re planning, save the date for the second-annual Oak Cliff Film Festival, June 6-9.

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