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With 40 films screened this year, here are a couple of documentaries that made the virtual portion of the fest worth it.
Camilo Hannibal Smith
The D.C. Environmental Film Fest is screening its 2020 selections online.
A panel conversation followed the showing of A Fine Line.
The award-winning documentary Ghosts of Sugar Land explores the radicalization of a Houston man and the impact it left on a community.
A new documentary highlights the lasting ripples of the release of the Addicks and Barker reservoirs.
A powerful new documentary commemorates the mosaic of heroes who saved a city.
City dollars will fund five artists to tell the stories of five culturally rich but historically under-resourced Houston neighborhoods.
Friday I’m in Love follows the formative years of the Montrose dinner theater that evolved into the city's oldest, weirdest nightclub.
Give 'em Grapes
Three days filled with bittersweet goodbyes, examinations of difficult history, and a sloth named Rudy.
A documentary at the Houston Cinema Arts Festival explores borders and immigration through landscape art.
Remember when Charlton Heston parts the Red Sea? That was these guys.
A new documentary shines light on the mysterious director ahead of his new project.
On The Town
The Houston Cinema Arts festival showcases a filmmaker who’s aiming to preserve Texas’s history, one dance hall at a time.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
14 Pews will host a free screening of Getting Back to Abnormal on Tuesday night, featuring a Q&A with co-director Paul Stekler
This year's line-up includes a documentary about the Kilgore Rangerettes, a martial arts film and an anti–global warming polemic.
The history of cancer runs through Houston
Deli Man tells the story of the rise and fall (and rise?) of the traditional Jewish delicatessen.
A new true-crime documentary series explores the life of infamous eccentric Robert Durst.
In Evolution of a Criminal, a bank robber-turned-NYU film student confronts his past.
Dine under the stars as Miller Outdoor Theatre screens the classic Talking Heads rock-doc Stop Making Sense.