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The third annual Frame x Frame Film Fest takes on a new format at Houston Ballet’s Drive-In. The parking lot of Houston Ballet’s Center for Dance will host the festival’s lineup of films, showing Thursdays-Saturdays from November 5-December 5.

Frame x Frame Film Fest, presented by Frame Dance Productions, brings international dance to the big screen in Houston. The festival offers three categories of films: You are Here, current films being made in the genre of dance for screen; Looking In, films that take us behind the scenes; and Looking Back, classic movies with iconic dance scenes.

Approximately 50 films will be available during the festival, including Singin’ in the Rain, Trash Dance, and a short film by Trey McIntyre featuring Houston Ballet company dancers titled The Call.

The third annual Frame x Frame Film Fest takes on a new format at Houston Ballet’s Drive-In. The parking lot of Houston Ballet’s Center for Dance will host the festival’s lineup of films, showing Thursdays-Saturdays from November 5-December 5.

Frame x Frame Film Fest, presented by Frame Dance Productions, brings international dance to the big screen in Houston. The festival offers three categories of films: You are Here, current films being made in the genre of dance for screen; Looking In, films that take us behind the scenes; and Looking Back, classic movies with iconic dance scenes.

Approximately 50 films will be available during the festival, including Singin’ in the Rain, Trash Dance, and a short film by Trey McIntyre featuring Houston Ballet company dancers titled The Call.

The third annual Frame x Frame Film Fest takes on a new format at Houston Ballet’s Drive-In. The parking lot of Houston Ballet’s Center for Dance will host the festival’s lineup of films, showing Thursdays-Saturdays from November 5-December 5.

Frame x Frame Film Fest, presented by Frame Dance Productions, brings international dance to the big screen in Houston. The festival offers three categories of films: You are Here, current films being made in the genre of dance for screen; Looking In, films that take us behind the scenes; and Looking Back, classic movies with iconic dance scenes.

Approximately 50 films will be available during the festival, including Singin’ in the Rain, Trash Dance, and a short film by Trey McIntyre featuring Houston Ballet company dancers titled The Call.

WHEN

WHERE

Houston Ballet Center for Dance
601 Preston St.
Houston, TX 77002
https://www.houstonballet.org/seasontickets/Calendar/

TICKET INFO

$10
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