24 Frames

24 Frames is a KTTZ-TV Original Production highlighting Film, Art, Culture, and Music in Texas. If you know of an artist, musician, filmmaker, or an event we should cover please email Paul Hunton, host of 24 Frames.

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2:29 pm
Mon May 6, 2013

24 Frames: Through the Looking Glass

Dusty Deen

On this edition we get the history of Ralph's Records and he discusses how his business has remained strong through the digital age. We profile glass artist Lee Ware and Alex Sanchez performs in our South Plains Sessions. This episode airs 5/4 and 5/11 after Austin City Limits at 9pm.

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10:58 am
Fri May 3, 2013

24 Frames Reviews: Iron Man 3

Marvel

“Iron Man 3” is now officially the 4th film to feature Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark the billionaire playboy comedy-genius who always manages to save the world. In IM3 Tony is suffering some sort of mental break down which is no surprise as you could imagine flying in a metal suit, fighting brands of bad guys, and orbiting into outer space could lead anyone to mental anguish. I know just watching all the high flying action leaves me a little weazy.

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2:25 pm
Fri April 26, 2013

24 Frames on 89.1FM: Garrison Keillor Interview

See a live broadcast of Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion! It's Saturday, April 27, at 4:45pm at the City Bank Auditorium. 

Ticket prices: $30, $40, $50
Student price: $15 (limit 2 per student ID)
Tickets go on public sale Friday, March 1, at 10:00am CT

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8:28 am
Fri April 19, 2013

24 Frames Reviews: Oblivion

Universal Studios

“Oblivion,” the summer blockbuster vehicle for Tom Cruise wants to be so much more than it actually is. Do you remember in Jr. High that kid who wanted so badly to hang with the cool kids, though he just wasn’t quite cool enough? He wasn’t that great at sports, conversation, or girl chasing but he still longed for the letter jacket of popularity? Craig was his name at my Jr. High and he could have gotten by on his laurels but lucky enough for him his parents were loaded and so he bought his friends.

“You guys want to go to McDonalds?”

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