Posts Tagged: HCAF

Are You Ready for the Houston Cinema Arts Festival? Nov. 9-17, Get Tickets Now!

Although many of its regular venues have been damaged or destroyed by the hurricane, the Houston Cinema Arts Festival will be back this year in new venues with an impressive line-up of films. This year’s festival will open with two

Are You Ready for the Houston Cinema Arts Festival? Nov. 9-17, Get Tickets Now!

Although many of its regular venues have been damaged or destroyed by the hurricane, the Houston Cinema Arts Festival will be back this year in new venues with an impressive line-up of films. This year’s festival will open with two

Beth B.’s “Call Her Applebroog” is a Touching Time Capsule of an Artist

Hardly a household name, Ida Applebroog is an unknown entity to most viewers. Beth B. must introduce us to her, and compel us to want to know more in Call Her Applebroog. Now in her 80s, Applebroog was born in the

Beth B.’s “Call Her Applebroog” is a Touching Time Capsule of an Artist

Hardly a household name, Ida Applebroog is an unknown entity to most viewers. Beth B. must introduce us to her, and compel us to want to know more in Call Her Applebroog. Now in her 80s, Applebroog was born in the

The Houston Cinema Arts Fest Runs From Nov. 10-17 and Offers Much More Than Film Screenings

Beginning in 2008 as a weekend long festival, this year’s Houston Cinema Arts Fest has expanded to an eight day event with over 50 films. The films are shown at venues throughout the city, many at no charge. Some of the

The Houston Cinema Arts Fest Runs From Nov. 10-17 and Offers Much More Than Film Screenings

Beginning in 2008 as a weekend long festival, this year’s Houston Cinema Arts Fest has expanded to an eight day event with over 50 films. The films are shown at venues throughout the city, many at no charge. Some of the

Houston Cinema Arts Fest: 8 Days of Films Celebrating the Arts

Started in 2008 and lasting only two days, each year the Houston Cinema Arts Festival has expanded its reach. This year the event lasts for a whopping eight days and nights and has film showings and events at more than

Houston Cinema Arts Fest: 8 Days of Films Celebrating the Arts

Started in 2008 and lasting only two days, each year the Houston Cinema Arts Festival has expanded its reach. This year the event lasts for a whopping eight days and nights and has film showings and events at more than

Richard Linklater, “It felt like we were getting away with something,” on Filmmaking

Austin based director Richard Linklater was honored at the 2013 Houston Cinema Arts Festival with the Levantine Cinema Arts Award. The award is given annually to an artist who contributes to the enduring spirit of independent film. Linklater has directed films

Richard Linklater, “It felt like we were getting away with something,” on Filmmaking

Austin based director Richard Linklater was honored at the 2013 Houston Cinema Arts Festival with the Levantine Cinema Arts Award. The award is given annually to an artist who contributes to the enduring spirit of independent film. Linklater has directed films

‘August: Osage County’ Award Winning Stage Play Transfers to Screen in an Unforgettable Film

August: Osage County is a challenging, poetic, frustrating, glorious and unforgettable film. Author Tracy Letts translated his award winning, three plus hour play into a crisp and haunting, sharp and biting, unpredictable and hilarious family drama infused with more laughs

‘August: Osage County’ Award Winning Stage Play Transfers to Screen in an Unforgettable Film

August: Osage County is a challenging, poetic, frustrating, glorious and unforgettable film. Author Tracy Letts translated his award winning, three plus hour play into a crisp and haunting, sharp and biting, unpredictable and hilarious family drama infused with more laughs

‘Cutie and the Boxer’ Scored a 95 on Rotten Tomatoes; Playing at the HCAF This Week!

Houston Cinema Arts Festival begins tomorrow night with a powerhouse line-up of documentaries, independent and big name films. Tickets are available for single films and festival passes are also available. For information on tickets, etc., visit: http://www.cinemartsociety.org There will be

‘Cutie and the Boxer’ Scored a 95 on Rotten Tomatoes; Playing at the HCAF This Week!

Houston Cinema Arts Festival begins tomorrow night with a powerhouse line-up of documentaries, independent and big name films. Tickets are available for single films and festival passes are also available. For information on tickets, etc., visit: http://www.cinemartsociety.org There will be