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Cinema Bomar presents "The End of the Sixties" curated by Elizabeth and Paul Nelson

14 Pews

Based on audience suggestions from the previous show, 14 Pews continues its awakening process with a slightly modified program, toning down the grimness with a tiny bit of hope, at the end and reco

Gandhi's Legacy film screening: Gandhi, My Father

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

This dramatic feature exposes the troubled relationship between Mahatma Gandhi and his eldest son, Harilal. The film starts with a bedraggled Harilal Gandhi (Akshaye Khanna) brought to a hospital i

Film screening: Evolution of a Criminal

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas Houston presents Evolution of a Criminal, a documentary based on the true story of Darius Clark Monroe, who is also the director of the film. Take a glimpse into Monro

Film screening: Iraq n' Roll

This program features the English-subtitled documentary film Iraq n' Roll (by Ruth Diskin) with pre-and post-film discussion. The movie follows popular contemporary Israeli rock musician Dudu T

Bayou City Music and Film Festival: When My Sorrow Died: The Legend of Armen Ra and the Theremin

14 Pews

Glamorously eccentric and enigmatic Theremin master Armen Ra recounts his dynamic journey in this life-spanning documentary that mixes rare concert performances, candid interviews and archive mater

Film screening: Alice in the Cities

14 Pews

Alice in the Cities (Alice in den Städten) was the first of German director Wim Wenders' films to be lensed in part in the United States. German journalist Philip Winter has a case of writ

Film screening: Aguirre

14 Pews

The most famed and well-regarded collaboration between New German Cinema director Werner Herzog and his frequent leading man Klaus Kinski, this epic historical drama was legendary for the arduousne

Film screening: Yesterday Girl

14 Pews

Produced immediately after the Oberhausen Manifesto, Yesterday Girl is a bit of an experimental film, a youth-oriented and darkly satirical look at one young woman, Anita G. (Alexandra Kluge, the f

Bayou City Music and Film Festival Opening Night: Theremin

14 Pews

Very few people would recognize the name of Leon Theremin (1896-1993) if it weren't for the electronic musical instrument he invented around 1918. Fans of the first Star Trek series will recogn

Film screening: The Immortalists

14 Pews

The Immortalists is the story of two eccentric scientists struggling to discover medical breakthroughs to create eternal youth. And yet they fight to gain support for their cause in the world, whic

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