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Mondo Cinema

What you should be watching at the movies: A doc on a faded superstar, Oscar shorts and modern classics

By Joe Leydon

Right at the start of Paul Williams Still Alive, the terrifically entertaining and surprisingly provocative documentary screening Saturday through Monday at 14 Pews, filmmaker Stephen Kessler admit ...


Mondo Cinema

Henry Thomas hits the road as Hank Williams in The Last Ride

By Joe Leydon

The death of country music icon Hank Williams at the ridiculously young age of 29 has inspired all manner of speculative reportage and semi-fictionalized drama ever since that fateful Jan. 1 mornin ...


Mondo Cinema

Small budget movies with big heart feature comic sleepwalkers, caregiving robots & much-courted courtesans

By Joe Leydon

Seeing as Sleepwalk With Me (at the Sundance Cinema) is a first-person comedy in which the protagonist-narrator uses elements of his romantic life as grist for his creative endeavors, and repeatedl ...


Mondo Cinema

Must-see movie list includes a Killer black comedy, an inspiring New Orleans documentary & a bold Imposter

By Joe Leydon

Editor's Note: Each week Joe Leydon explores interesting and/or idiosyncratic movies outside of the Hollywood mainstream – be they in massive megaplexes or much smaller venues - in a colu ...


Perseverance triumphs!

With In the Family, Houston-born filmmaker Patrick Wang maintains his independence

By Joe Leydon

If you look up the word “perseverance” in The Independent Filmmaker’s Dictionary, chances are good you’ll find a picture of Houston native Patrick Wang next to the definitio ...


Natural Selection

Local filmmaker gets a Cinema Arts Festival moment — with mom riding shotgun

By Joe Leydon

Robbie Pickering — arguably the most accomplished indie filmmaker ever to graduate from Jersey Village High School — will return to H-Town as a conquering hero Sunday, when he pres ...


Funny French Films this weekend

Man on a mission: Michael Zilkha touts indie premieres and the MFAH movie-going experience

By Joe Leydon

As co-chair of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston film committee, Michael Zilkha sees himself as a man with a mission: Filling an unfortunate void in H-Town’s cultural landscape. Specifical ...


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