Quirky makes us twerky!
While so many film festivals have gone mainstream and big budget, we love that the Oak Cliff Film Festival (OCFF) has stayed true to its indie roots and continues to highlight movies that might not find a home elsewhere.
The schedule features everything from cult-classics like Flight Of The Navigator to short film collections.
For the LGBT crowd, there are several choices, but our top picks are the Texas premiere of Hunky Dory about a dive bar drag queen and Uncle Howard, a documentary about the film work of Howard Brookner, who died of AIDS in 1989, and ultimately the creative culture of NYC in the ‘70s and ‘80s.
What we love even more than the movies at the Oak Cliff Film Festival are the parties and the people.
Because a great movie experience is about so much more than popcorn.
5th Annual Oak Cliff Film Festival