USA Film Festival

Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate Brings Culture, Arts to North Texas as Event Sponsor

By Candy Evans / April 13, 2018 / 0 Comments

Arts and culture organizations and events rely on strong, consistent sponsorship to remain vibrant. Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate delivers, sponsoring multiple groups as part of its commitment to North Texas.  This month alone, the brand will be sponsoring the Dallas Art Fair, USA Film Festival, Spring at the Park at NorthPark Center, and the Lyman […]

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Big Shot! That John Spano Story I Wrote for D Magazine in 1998 Comes Back to Bite Me

By Candy Evans / April 27, 2013 / 8 Comments

This story about one of the biggest scams in sport history may have been my first reckoning that when I write about homes, I write, really, about dreams and aspirations…  homes today have become statements of personal success, trophies, our financial statements on display. Eight thousand square feet is not enough — I want 15,000 and […]

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USA Film Festival Brings Stars to Dallas Real Estate: “Your Houses Are Amazing!”

By Candy Evans / April 29, 2012 / 0 Comments

Thought you saw some celebs zipping around town this weekend? It was movie week in Dallas, and film lovers enjoyed great screenings at the Angelika from the 42nd annual USA Film Festival, the city’s oldest festival, notably a restored digital print of Marcel Carné’s Children of Paradise, the original True Grit (with Kim Darby in attendance), and a screening of the beloved The Princess Bride, part of a tribute to Rob Reiner, also in attendance.

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Sign Up for Free Tickets to See The Queen of Versailles This Wednesday, and then Party Chez CandysDirt

By Candy Evans / April 23, 2012 / 0 Comments

Would you like to know more about The Queen of Versailles? Attention all readers: CandysDirt.com is proud to be a sponsor of Opening Night of the 42nd Annual USA Film Festival in Dallas. We are so pumped we are offering you guys a freebie exclusive for CandysDirt readers: sign up for FREE tickets to “The […]

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