NORM HITZGES: AN OPINIONATED HISTORY OF DALLAS SPORTS
CELEBRATE NORM HITZGES AT A SPECIAL FRAME OF MIND SCREENING

In this original Frame of Mind production, legendary sports broadcaster Norm Hitzges tells how he got his start, offers his theory about how football is like war and shares highlights from the history of Dallas sports. The film features footage from the WFAA Newsfilm Collection from the G. William Jones Film & Video Collection at Southern Methodist University, and original illustrations by Dan Peeler and Charlie Rose.

WHEN:
Wednesday, November 6th – 7p-8:30p

WHERE:
Alamo Drafthouse Dallas (Cedars)
1005 S. Lamar St., Dallas, TX 75215

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Art&Seek, said they were happy to announce the 27th season of Frame of Mind, which will kick off Thursday, Sept. 5 at 10 p.m. on KERA TV.

Frame of Mind celebrates independent filmmaking from Texas. Through documentaries, animation and more, the 2019 season will explore subjects as varied as PTSD and the #MeToo movement. Viewers will meet new Texas characters, and get fresh takes on familiar faces, including the late journalist Molly Ivins, the makers of the famed Czech Stop kolaches and legendary sports broadcaster Norm Hitzges.

Frame of Mind debuted on KERA on May 2, 1992. In its early years, producers Suzanne Dooley and Marlis Schmidt chose work across the cinematic spectrum: video art, documentary, music video, animation and drama. Today, the show is a multi-episode TV series, presented by Art&Seek and produced by Bart Weiss, co-founder of Dallas VideoFest and the Video Association of Dallas.This season Frame of Mind shows the character and characters of Texas, and shows us how we live, how we fight, and how we obsess about sports,” says Weiss. “Texas filmmakers will help us see our state and ourselves in a new light and, perhaps, change our frame of mind.”