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Lone Star Pride

Oscar surprise: Houston-born director's Grand Budapest Hotel leads nominations

By Alex Bentley

A film that no one but Austin-based director Richard Linklater could dream up has now turned into one of the year's most-lauded films: Boyhood was nominated for six Academy Awards, includi ...


Golden Moments at the Globes

Houston-born directors rule at Golden Globes; Tina and Amy's best jokes (including Cosby zingers)

By Alex Bentley

Despite being around for 72 years, the Golden Globe Awards have been and likely always will be the redheaded stepchild of awards season. They’re rarely a harbinger for awards to come, mostly ...


Houston Film Critics Awards

Houston critics favor Boyhood over Birdman: Linklater film sweeps local awards

By Clifford Pugh

The Houston Film Critics Society honored Boyhood with six awards, including Best Picture of the Year, during a ceremony at Sundance Cinemas on Saturday. The coming-of-age drama, shot over 12 ye ...


Sundance Gems

Sundance gems: 4 don't-miss, crowd-pleasing movies from America's fave film festival

By Jane Howze

While the weather outside may be frightful, the week between Christmas and New Year is the time that even casual moviegoers flock to theaters or their couches to catch flicks. Since 2000, Christmas ...


Best Movies of 2014

Best movies of 2014: Performances by Chris Rock and casts of Birdman, Boyhood and Whiplash stand out

By Alex Bentley

Although it wasn't a standout year for movies collectively, 2014 will be remembered for individual performances. These are the 10 best films I saw in 2014. ...


HFCS Nominations

Best (and worst) movies of the year: Houston film critics' top nominees have strong Texas ties

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Two films with close Houston ties trailed behind a big bird(man) in the Houston Film Critics Society nominations for the year's best — and worst — motion pictures in the o ...


Houston's Boyhood Connection

Scenes of Boyhood: How Houston played a key role in the best movie of the year

By Clifford Pugh

Acclaimed indie director Richard Linklater spent part of his boyhood in Houston, so it makes sense that he sets many of the pivotal scenes of his remarkable movie, Boyhood, in the Bayou City. If yo ...


Don't Miss Masterpiece

The first great movie of the year: Texas director's Boyhood is a don't-miss masterpiece

By Alex Bentley

There have been some audacious experiments in the history of cinema, but none quite like Richard Linklater’s latest, Boyhood. For 12 years, Linklater has been making a movie about a boy growi ...


Bernie in Austin

The real Bernie could be released from prison to live with director of movie about his life

By Arden Ward

UPDATE: Special Judge Diane DeVasto released Bernie Tiede on $10,000 bond Tuesday and agreed for him to live with director Richard Linklater. --------- The Texas Tribune is reporting t ...


Celeb Spotting

Big-time Hollywood director makes a surprise trip to Houston, visits The Menil

By Shelby Hodge

Add director Wes Anderson to the ever-growing corps of Hollywood A-listers who have made the pilgrimage to The Menil Collection, much as gourmands make the trek to three-star Michelin restaura ...


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