Posts Tagged: houston cinema arts festival

“A Life in Waves” is a Personal Documentary About Music Pioneer Suzanne Ciani

The name Suzanne Ciani won’t ring bells for most viewers and yet after seeing the film, most viewers will realize that they’ve been listening to her sound throughout their life. She is one of the pioneers of electronic music and

“A Life in Waves” is a Personal Documentary About Music Pioneer Suzanne Ciani

The name Suzanne Ciani won’t ring bells for most viewers and yet after seeing the film, most viewers will realize that they’ve been listening to her sound throughout their life. She is one of the pioneers of electronic music and

Lisa Immordino Vreeland Talks About Her Film, “Love, Cecil” at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

Love, Cecil is a touching portrait of photographer, costume designer and outspoken dandy, Cecil Beaton. With a mix of still images, film footage and contemporary interviews and footage the audience is introduced to the character that was Cecil. “I’m pretty

Lisa Immordino Vreeland Talks About Her Film, “Love, Cecil” at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival

Love, Cecil is a touching portrait of photographer, costume designer and outspoken dandy, Cecil Beaton. With a mix of still images, film footage and contemporary interviews and footage the audience is introduced to the character that was Cecil. “I’m pretty

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

“Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise” is A Don’t Miss Documentary

With a mix of still photographs, rare video clips, interviews and more, Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise is an informative, moving and compelling story about one of the most phenomenal women in American history. We all know Maya as a writer,

“Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise” is A Don’t Miss Documentary

With a mix of still photographs, rare video clips, interviews and more, Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise is an informative, moving and compelling story about one of the most phenomenal women in American history. We all know Maya as a writer,

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

“I Dream Too Much,” Beaumont Native’s Jane Austen Steamed Coming of Age Film

Katie Cokinos wanted to make a movie that she herself would want to watch. She was inspired by her daughter’s love of Jane Austen novels and wanted to create a realistic, contemporary story about an every girl who stumbles as she finds her way.

“I Dream Too Much,” Beaumont Native’s Jane Austen Steamed Coming of Age Film

Katie Cokinos wanted to make a movie that she herself would want to watch. She was inspired by her daughter’s love of Jane Austen novels and wanted to create a realistic, contemporary story about an every girl who stumbles as she finds her way.