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AIGA Houston film screening: Design is One

Sundance Cinemas

The documentary focuses on the design team of Lella and Massimo Vignelli, who have created the timeless identities of some of the world's premiere fashion, design and leisure brands such as Sak


Houston International Festival Inaugural Film Festival honoring Australia

Sundance Cinemas

The Houston International Festival, known to the cool cats as iFest, kicks off a new program in its quest to highlight the diversity that thrives in Houston. The inaugural film festival, which


The Montrose Center and Sundance Cinemas host "Awards Drama - The Big Film Awards Viewing Party"

Sundance Cinemas

Head to Sundance Cinemas to watch the big show — you know the one — on the big screen. Be prepared to answer trivia questions and fill out your awards ballot for the best actors and act


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Vote in Oscar poll for Best Supporting Actress and you could win a year of free movies

By Clifford Pugh

The Oscar race for Best Actress in a Supporting Role figures to be of the closest in history, with Lupita Nyong'o (12 Years a Slave) and Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle) as co-favorites ...


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Sundance Film Festival heads to Houston again with crime thriller featuring Dexter star

By Clifford Pugh

There are some perks to having a branch of Robert Redford's favorite cineplex in Houston. For the third year in a row, Houston has been selected as one of nine cities in the nation &md ...


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The mind behind the early Oscar favorite: If Julia Roberts wins big, you can thank Tracy Letts

By Joe Leydon

Tracy Letts was in a great mood, for good reason, as he settled into the plush couch of the posh hotel suite that The Weinstein Company had procured for his meetings with the press. It was the ...


Houston Cinema Arts Festival 2013 screening: Houston Ballet: Breaking Boundaries

Sundance Cinemas

The 85-minute documentary chronicles the key themes of Houston Ballet's history: The early impact of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo in the 1930s and 1940s in inculcating a love of dance among


Mondo Cinema

Wasting Oprah and big stars galore: The Butler disappoints, fails to live up to the weight of its story

By Joe Leydon

Lee Daniels’ The Butler (at Sundance Cinemas and other theaters) is just good enough to make you wish it were much better. The film — originally known simply as The Butler before a ...


Mondo Cinema

Controversial filmmaker defies an Arab League ban, examines suicide bombing: On The Attack

By Joe Leydon

Like many other filmmakers who deal with potentially controversial and politically incendiary subject matter, filmmaker Ziad Doueiri hoped for the best, but expected the worst, as he prepared to la ...


Mondo Cinema

Acclaimed movie Frances Ha is another labor of love for indie filmmaker Noah Baumbach

By Joe Leydon

If Frances Ha (at the Sundance Cinemas) had not been filmed in relative secrecy – as The New York Times recently noted, few knew of its existence until its surprise premiere last fall at the ...


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