Tags : Richard Linklater


ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE CELEBRATES ‘DAZED AND CONFUSED’ 25TH ANNIVERSARY WITH A PARTY AT THE MOON TOWER AND SCREENING Acclaimed cinema-eatery teaming with Independence Brewery, Austin Film Society and Austin Parks Foundation for a one-night-only event, featuring a special appearance by DAZED AND CONFUSED director, Richard Linklater Austin, TX — July 11, 2018 — Alright alright alright. On August 24th, 2018, Alamo Drafthouse’s outdoor events […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Last Flag Flying

Richard Linklater has one of the most fascinating careers I’ve ever seen. Every film he takes on is its own creation unsupported by any past works of his. Meaning his aspirations to stay fresh in his career, to not be pigeonholed have never wavered. A school of music, a story of adolescence to manhood, a […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Everybody Wants Some!!

Renowned filmmaker and Texas icon, Richard Linklater, is no stranger to the hang out movie. Slacker, Dazed and Confused, the “Before” Trilogy (Before Sunset, Before Sunrise, Before Midnight), and even Boyhood (in it’s own way), are all movies that are light on plot and heavy on character, behavior, and feeling. Their happenings aren’t super complex; […]Read More

Mondo Gallery Presents NO LONGER / NOT YET: A Tribute

For this year’s SXSW kickoff, Mondo is unleashing a brand new exhibit, No Longer / Not Yet: A Tribute to Richard Linklater at their Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas. The show is featuring brand new art from some of Mondo’s finest, all dedicated to films from Linklater’s career, including Dazed and Confused, Bernie, A Scanner Darkly, […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Boyhood

It’s unfortunate when an actor or filmmaker gets pigeonholed into one specific type of role or genre of film. Often times, though, when they break out of the usual we see a true talent shine. This isn’t to say Richard Linklater has in anyway been held back like this; I’m simply saying that if you […]Read More

Nerdlocker Movie Review: Boyhood

Richard Linklater’s Boyhood is a cinematic experience like no other. 12 years in the making, it is the culmination of a dozen summers’ worth of collaborations with star Ellar Coltrane. The result is a fascinating examination of childhood, adolescence, and family, and is perhaps the most honest portrayal of growing up in the history of […]Read More