Even if You Can’t Pronounce the Name, the Dallas Medianale Demands to Be Seen. Tonight, the Dallas Video Festival’s inaugural Dallas Medianale picks up again with rigor at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary. Michael Morris, a Dallas-based artist who has curated numerous media and experimental film programs around town (including the Power Station’s wonderful historical survey in 2012), will unveil a program of experimental film and video in the MAC’s black box theater. Currently in the MAC’s galleries two other locally based curators, Charles Dee Mitchell and Danielle Morgan, have organized a group show of video and film art. Last month, the Medianale launched with screenings in the MAC’s black box, and it will wrap up later this month with a screening series curated by Carolyn Sortor.