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Role Play

| June 25, 2012 | Parties

THE DRAMA For film buffs who simply can’t get enough screen time, there was an embarrassment of options in which to indulge and plenty of reasons to pass the popcorn at DIFF—think 11 days of 180 titles. Indeed, the Dallas Film Society’s sixth annual extravaganza was statue-worthy—beginning with opening night, where Josh Radnor’s Liberal Arts showed its stuff at The Majestic. Modern Luxury Dallas’ sponsored screening of the documentary Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel dressed to impress. THE CREDITS Chairman Lynn McBee tirelessly hopscotched between red carpets and reel action—all in the name of cinematic art. SPOTTED Dallas Star Awardees Laura Linney, Eric Pleskow and Bernie Pollack and Shining Star recipient Gabourey Sidibe at the DFS Honors gala at Hotel Palomar. Photography by Francisco Gonzalez, John Hays, Jorge Martinez, Doc Strange, Timothy Valis


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