September 16, 2021

Charles Ealy

Charles Ealy is a former movies editor for The Dallas Morning News and Austin American-Statesman.

‘Without Getting Killed or Caught’ kicks off theatrical run in Austin

“Without Getting Killed or Caught” was a breakout hit at this year’s South by Southwest Film Festival — and with good reason. The documentary tracked the lives of Texas...

Film review: ‘Witches’ tells a delightful story of Olympics volleyball

"The Witches of the Orient” is not at all what it sounds like. It’s about the 1964 Japanese women’s volleyball team who won the Olympics — and it’s a...

Jewish Film Festival announces summer program

The Austin Jewish Film Festival is streaming several films as part of its summer offerings. Already streaming at the festival’s website is “When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit,” a historical family...

Film review: New documentary delves into the extraordinary life of Rita Moreno

Few people have won an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony. Fewer still have done so while having to deal with an industry that was determined to...

Film review: ‘Truman & Tennessee’ dish about their work in new documentary

If you’ve been wanting to see movies on the big screen again, then the Violet Crown has a new title that might just get you out and about. It’s...

Film review: ’Censor’ explores the dynamics of horror films

It’s unlikely that “Censor,” which is playing at the Alamo South, will find a large audience. Having premiered at the virtual Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, “Censor” is...

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