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Up His Alley

Winning Oscar picks from a fearless Academy Award expert: This award insider isn't holding back

By Shelby Hodge

With a Tony Award and more than 100 stage productions under his belt, who better to give us his thoughts on Sunday night's Academy Awards than Alley Theatre artistic director Gregory Boyd. ...


Mondo Cinema

Last minute gift suggestions for the movie lovers — and Astrodome fans — on your list

By Joe Leydon

Yes, Virginia, you still have time to select appropriate presents for the movie lovers on your Christmas list. Granted, you might have to go dashing through the stores – or scrolling thro ...


Aurora Picture Show presents "Surreal/Reel"

The Menil Collection

In conjunction with the exhibition at the Menil Collection Magritte: The Mystery of the Ordinary, 1926–1938, Aurora Picture Show curator Mary Magsamen has curated a special collecti


Movies Are My Life

The 10 most romantic movies: Flicks that will seduce any lover for Valentine's Day

By Joe Leydon

If you want something cinematic to share with your sweetie on Valentine’s Day, now’s the time to start seeking stuff that’s easily accessible for rental, purchase or downstreaming ...


Media Archeology Opening Night Party and Films by Semiconductor

Aurora Picture Show

Aurora Picture Show kicks off the annual Media Archeology Festival with a party and presentation of films by Semiconductor. UK-based Semiconductor is artist duo Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt. Semico


Screening of I'm Carolyn Parker: The Good, the Mad, and the Beautiful

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

In 2005, Academy Award-winning director Jonathan Demme (The Silence of the Lambs) set out to document the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Katrina and the rebuilding of the Lower Ninth Ward in New


Discovering Summer Fun

Five free events you don't want to miss at Discovery Green: From the dog Olympics to Rainbow

By Joel Luks

It wasn't long ago that what is now the center of downtown outdoor life was industrial land and concrete parking lots. Around $180 million in acquisition and improvement costs later, Disco ...


Screening of Six In Paris

14 Pews

In 1965 six French New Wave directors took a Paris neighborhood and concocted a short sketch around it. The results sometimes favor character and story and sometimes local flavor, but almost all ar


At MFAH in April

Get ready to catch the Latin Wave: Film festival offers something for every personality type

By Joel Luks

A Latin Wave of sizzling films is coming Houston's way.  The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston's yearly south-of-the-border cinema bacchanal returns April 26 to 29 with films in diverse ...


Houston Film Critics Society: Best of 2011 Films

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Founded in 2007, the Houston Film Critics Society includes print, broadcast and internet film critics. As awards season heats up, join the HFCS for the Best of 2011 awards in numerous categories. I


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