Picture day: Oak Cliff Film Festival

The four-day Oak Cliff Film Festival wrapped Sunday night with Bobcat Goldthwait’s “Willow Creek” and a party at Four Corners Brewery. Advocate photographer Brandy Barham brought back these photos from Sunday.

Bobcat Goldthwait holds a gift from a fan inspired by his film "Willow Creek" in front of the Texas Theatre marquee. Photo by Brandy Barham

Bobcat Goldthwait holds a gift from a fan inspired by his film “Willow Creek” in front of the Texas Theatre marquee. Photo by Brandy Barham

 

Goldthwait during his Q&A at the Texas Theatre

Goldthwait during his Q&A at the Texas Theatre

 

DJs spinning at the OCFF awards ceremony at Four Corners Brewery Sunday

DJs spinning at the OCFF awards ceremony at Four Corners Brewery Sunday

 

 

A participant in the "Mono No Aware" class checks his film after a bleaching process to remove the emulsion.

A participant in the 16-mm film-making workshop checks his film after a bleaching process to remove the emulsion.

 

Steve Cossman gives a workshop at the Kessler Theater on how to manipulate 16-mm film through his non-profit Mono No Aware

Steve Cossman gives a workshop at the Kessler Theater on how to manipulate 16-mm film through his non-profit Mono No Aware

 

 

 

By |2013-06-10T11:23:04-05:00June 10th, 2013|Art, Entertainment, News|Comments Off on Picture day: Oak Cliff Film Festival

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Rachel Stone is the Oak Cliff editor. Email rstone@advocatemag.com or follow twitter.com/advocate_oc.