FOMO is already setting in and this hasn't even happened yet. Mary McDonnell portrayed Laura Roslin and Edward James Olmos as Commander William Adama in "BATTLESTAR GALACTICA." They will participate in a cast reunion to close out the ATX Television Festival in Austin next week.

FOMO is already setting in and this hasn't even happened yet. Mary McDonnell portrayed Laura Roslin and Edward James Olmos as Commander William Adama in "BATTLESTAR GALACTICA." They will participate in a cast reunion to close out the ATX Television Festival in Austin next week.

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The 24-Hour Video Race, which is exactly what it sounds like, announced winners this week for the 16th annual outing of the Video Association of Dallas event.

Filmmakers in several categories had to rush to make a film in the allotted time frame, checking in with their completed films after the race began at midnight May 13. Winners included The Reel Deal, Super 8, 10th grade and lower; Holly Shot, 16 MM Division (11th and 12th grade); Midcities Blvd., Animal House Division(college); TAG.expert, One Person Orchestra (Individual adult); and Team Cyclone, Old Enough to Know Better.

Aledo High School, which finished in second place in the 16 MM Division, won the Joel Rosenzweig Award, a special students' award chosen by judge Joan Rosenzweig.

Competitors had to include: a theme of "Finding the Truth;" a VHS tape or book; an elevator or closet; and a line of dialogue that was "What is your name again." And this time, a twist: a Native Texas tree.

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To make sure the teams were on point, one of the judges was a Native Texas tree expert who threw shade at least once. She said she saw a certain tree listed in the credits, but it was "highly unlikely, as that tree is rare."

Watch the winning films at the links above or at 24hourvideorace.com.

What's going on?

The TCM Big Screen Classics series continues with The Godfather: A Special 45th Anniversary Event (180 mins.) on June 4 and June 7 at 2 p.m. and 7 and Some Like It Hot (130 mins.) on June 11 and June 14 at 2 p.m. and 7 at two theaters in Dallas: Cinemark 17 with IMAX, 11819 Webb Chapel Road; and Northpark Center 15, 8687 N. Central Expressway at Park Lane. Buy tickets online at FathomEvents.com or at participating theater box offices.

The Dallas Museum of Art's Golden Age of Mexican Cinema Film Series will continue with screenings of Enamorada and La Perla, starting at 11:30 a.m. June 4. Find the full schedule on the museum's website, DMA.org.

Harkins Theatres has announced its June lineup for Tuesday Night Classics. The series begins June 6 with Reality Bites (1994, PG-13, 99 mins.) and continues June 13 with E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982, PG, 115 mins.); Grease (1978, PG, 110 mins.) on June 20; and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971, G, 100 mins.) on June 27. The films will screen each Tuesday at 7 p.m. Tickets are $5. Harkins Southlake 14 is at 1450 Plaza Place in Southlake.

Music documentaries usually document a legend after it's been made. This one's a bit early. But Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life (85 mins.) is a one-night visit into the enigmatic and sometimes perplexing superstar's life, playing on June 8 at 7:30 p.m. in theaters across the country and two in Dallas: Valley View 16, 13331 Preston Road; and Northpark Center 15, 8687 N. Central Expressway. Buy tickets at FathomEvents.com or at participating theater box offices.

This year's ATX Festival in Austin will feature a reunion of the cast of Battlestar Galactica on the fest's closing night. Season 6 of the ATX Television Festival will be June 8-11 throughout downtown Austin, including fest hub Intercontinental Stephen F. Austin Hotel, 701 Congress Ave. Entertainment Weekly is sponsoring the reunion, which is scheduled to include creator/executive producer Ronald D. Moore and cast members Edward James Olmos, Mary McDonnell, James Callis, Tricia Helfer, Katee Sackhoff, Grace Park, Michael Trucco and Michael Hogan. You can also watch via a special on the People/Entertainment Weekly Network. EW presented the Ugly Betty closing-night reunion at last year's festival. Badges are $225 and $325; day wristbands are $79 and $99; and single tickets are $20-$50 but do not guarantee seats and will be refunded if theater fills. All can be bought through the festival website, atxfestival.com.

Leslie Jones (Saturday Night Live) was announced as host of the 2017 BET Awards, which will air live on June 25 at 7 p.m.

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