Catch the celebrated actress in Houston Friday.
Think of the 'gram!
“Your first impression walking in will be you’ve gone to the best disco you’ve ever gone to.”
Movie + Music
The Grammy-nominated composer-pianist, accompanied by the International Contemporary Ensemble, brings the film's colorful compositions to life.
The largest independent film festival in the world — yes, world — will celebrate its 50th anniversary with awards and screenings April 21-30.
Ella Brennan: Commanding the Table traces the history of the restaurateur behind New Orleans and Houston classics.
Sorry New York and Austin, but this Bayou City fest is bringing the heat to local screens.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
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
And yes, there's a cat documentary.
The inaugural event celebrates handcrafted (not digital!) animation.
Play It Cool
What could be more thrilling than back-to-back low-budget horror flicks?
The Rise of Sunset
The pop-artist’s rare unfinished film will screen daily at the Menil for two seasons.
The weather is hot and theater is cold, so grab some popcorn and savor a new summer flick.
The annual event will showcase new Latin American films Desde Alla, Boy and the World and Ixcanul.
Fort Bend Theatre plays The Jungle Book Kids, hip-hop group Salt-N-Pepa at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston Ballet Academy presents spring showcase, San Jacinto Day Festival and Francofonia at MFAH.
“City of Gold” shines a light on the transformative career of food critic Jonathan Gold.
Jenna K. White
As the turf wars between chain theaters and independent concepts heat up, are Houston filmgoers losing out?
The first annual film festival sheds light on gay rights in America.
The first annual film festival targets Latin filmmakers and Latin stories, and helps bring Houston filmmakers to the screen.
Matthew Morrison sings at Jones Hall, Dance Salad Festival returns, Grounded opens at Alley Theatre, Goldfinger plays at MFAH, Project Row Houses' Round 44 tackles social change.
Houston Pride Band's Picture It! performance highlights some of film's best music scores.