Filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson documented a three-week, international collaboration—the creation of a mesmerizing piece of music sure to draw you in.
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Posts by Ray Gomez
Ray Gomez is MFAH Films’ assistant for community outreach. He preaches the gospel of seeing film on the big screen and loves seeing films on 35mm whenever possible. He received his MA in Germanic studies and historical linguistics from the University of Texas at Austin.
A special film presentation showcases the short animated films of Houstonian Mary Ellen Bute, a pioneer in visual music and electronic art.
The Dying of the Light, a documentary we’re screening August 14 and 18, focuses on the displacement of 35mm by digital cinema.
3 Questions for Artist Dario Robleto
New Film from Mexico Explores the World of “The Chambermaid”
Calling All Book Lovers: Contribute to the MFAH Little Free Library
Striking Different Notes: Two Magnificent Still Lifes from the MFAH Collections
Symphonies of Color
“Pre-Code” Films Explained: 3 Questions
MFAH Films: Hollywood’s “Pre-Code” Era
William Forsythe Inspires Movement with “Choreographic Objects”
Photography at the Nexus of Music and Fashion