Posts Tagged: richard linklater

“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.

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“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.

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

Word of Mouth Propels “Boyhood” to Box Office Success – Some Twitter Highlights

There isn’t much that makes me happier than supporting a piece of art; be it film, written word or visual art to see it enjoyed by a wide audience. This weekend the film opened to a slightly larger audience and

Word of Mouth Propels “Boyhood” to Box Office Success – Some Twitter Highlights

There isn’t much that makes me happier than supporting a piece of art; be it film, written word or visual art to see it enjoyed by a wide audience. This weekend the film opened to a slightly larger audience and

“Boyhood” Breaks the Mold of Cinematic Storytelling

Richard Linklater’s Boyhood is a transcendental film that elevates story-telling by simplifying it. This film could be titled: American Boy Growing Up in Texas in the 2000s. It is a coming of age story but instead of being about just

“Boyhood” Breaks the Mold of Cinematic Storytelling

Richard Linklater’s Boyhood is a transcendental film that elevates story-telling by simplifying it. This film could be titled: American Boy Growing Up in Texas in the 2000s. It is a coming of age story but instead of being about just

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

Thoughts on why Before Midnight was disappointing *SPOILERS*

The first two films in the “Before” series: Before Sunrise and Before Sunset served as a kind of fantasy romance for intellectuals. They were less about sexuality than about intellectually stimulating conversation. They were about the possibility of two people

Thoughts on why Before Midnight was disappointing *SPOILERS*

The first two films in the “Before” series: Before Sunrise and Before Sunset served as a kind of fantasy romance for intellectuals. They were less about sexuality than about intellectually stimulating conversation. They were about the possibility of two people

Texas Film-maker Richard Linklater’s Before Midnight with Ethan Hawke & Julie Delpy Opens on May 24

In 1995 Richard Linklater introduced us to Jesse, an American, (Ethan Hawke) & Celine, a French woman (Julie Delpy) who meet as strangers on a train in the film Before Sunrise. They connect with intense chemistry and conversation. They have a

Texas Film-maker Richard Linklater’s Before Midnight with Ethan Hawke & Julie Delpy Opens on May 24

In 1995 Richard Linklater introduced us to Jesse, an American, (Ethan Hawke) & Celine, a French woman (Julie Delpy) who meet as strangers on a train in the film Before Sunrise. They connect with intense chemistry and conversation. They have a