I’ve gained a new appreciation not only for film, but also for my own Indian culture.
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Posts by Anu Dwarumpudi
Anu Dwarumpudi, an art history and biochemistry major at Rice University, is the 2017–18 Camfield Fellow in the Museum’s film department.
This holiday season, join us for an audience favorite: the 2017 British Arrows award winners, an eclectic mix of outrageous wit and feel-good spectacles.
Calling all witches, ghosts, and creatures of the night: As All Hallow’s Eve approaches, MFAH Films hosts a duo of terrifying films!
Virtual Camp at Bayou Bend: Where Art and History Inspire
Bastille Day: Celebrate French Independence with Rienzi
Virtual Cinema “John Lewis: Good Trouble” and “One Small Step”
Designing an Exhibition about Radical Design
July Book Club “Old Masters, New World”
Follow the Path: Total Eclipse of the Arc
Virtual Cinema “Ella Fitzgerald: Just One of Those Things” and “My Darling Vivian”
Virtual Cinema “Up from the Streets—New Orleans: The City of Music”
Let’s Make Art! Family-Friendly Stamping Activity
Virtual Cinema “Rififi” and “Lucky Grandma”