Category Archives: Movies

“Liquid Soul” is an Electric Short Film and Photo Exhibit by Texas’ Own Archfern

On November 10th at Cafe Brasil, the Houston Cinema Arts Festival played a set of short films for the Texas Filmmaker’s Showcase. Included in the collection was a psychedelic gem named Liquid Soul. The film was directed by Allen Phillips

“Liquid Soul” is an Electric Short Film and Photo Exhibit by Texas’ Own Archfern

On November 10th at Cafe Brasil, the Houston Cinema Arts Festival played a set of short films for the Texas Filmmaker’s Showcase. Included in the collection was a psychedelic gem named Liquid Soul. The film was directed by Allen Phillips

“Bathtubs Over Broadway,” Had the Audience Laughing, Clapping and Tearing Up at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

Have you ever heard of an industrial musical? They were a full production value, a full- length musical written, costumed, designed and performed for a specific company. For example, Purina has an annual sales meeting coming up and they want

“Bathtubs Over Broadway,” Had the Audience Laughing, Clapping and Tearing Up at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

Have you ever heard of an industrial musical? They were a full production value, a full- length musical written, costumed, designed and performed for a specific company. For example, Purina has an annual sales meeting coming up and they want

“LETHEM” Bring the Fiction Author to Houston at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

On Sunday, November 11th, the audience in the movie theater at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston was given the opportunity to learn more about author Jonathan Lethem through the film LETHEM by Fred Barney Taylor. “America is really the

“LETHEM” Bring the Fiction Author to Houston at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

On Sunday, November 11th, the audience in the movie theater at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston was given the opportunity to learn more about author Jonathan Lethem through the film LETHEM by Fred Barney Taylor. “America is really the

Houston Cinema Arts Festival Offers Houstonians a First Look at Some of the Most Talked About Movies of the Year

From Thursday, November 8th to Monday, November 12th Houston will have access to some of the most innovative, celebrated and talked about movies of 2018 thanks to the Houston Cinema Arts Festival. The films show across the city and most

Houston Cinema Arts Festival Offers Houstonians a First Look at Some of the Most Talked About Movies of the Year

From Thursday, November 8th to Monday, November 12th Houston will have access to some of the most innovative, celebrated and talked about movies of 2018 thanks to the Houston Cinema Arts Festival. The films show across the city and most

Houston Cinema Arts Fest 2018 Announces Line-Up, Most Tickets $10!

This year marks the 10th anniversary for the Houston Cinema Arts Festival. One of the goals of the festival is to introduce Houstonians to films that celebrate the visual, performing and literary arts, specifically focusing on innovative films, media installations,

Houston Cinema Arts Fest 2018 Announces Line-Up, Most Tickets $10!

This year marks the 10th anniversary for the Houston Cinema Arts Festival. One of the goals of the festival is to introduce Houstonians to films that celebrate the visual, performing and literary arts, specifically focusing on innovative films, media installations,

“The Hate U Give” is Not the Movie that the Book Deserves

Angie Thomas‘ powerhouse book The Hate U Give took the publishing world by storm. It was published in February of 2017 and has sat on the New York Times Best Sellers List ever since. Thomas captures the intensity of terror

“The Hate U Give” is Not the Movie that the Book Deserves

Angie Thomas‘ powerhouse book The Hate U Give took the publishing world by storm. It was published in February of 2017 and has sat on the New York Times Best Sellers List ever since. Thomas captures the intensity of terror

Movie Review: “Blaze” Strolls Through Your Heart and Mind Like a Legendary Raconteur

Blaze has the look of a Coen brother’s film, the philosophical bent of a Richard Linklater film, the soul of American roots music and a pumping heart from writer, director Ethan Hawke.┬áHis obvious love, empathy, and respect for the movie’s

Movie Review: “Blaze” Strolls Through Your Heart and Mind Like a Legendary Raconteur

Blaze has the look of a Coen brother’s film, the philosophical bent of a Richard Linklater film, the soul of American roots music and a pumping heart from writer, director Ethan Hawke.┬áHis obvious love, empathy, and respect for the movie’s