This year’s edition of the annual Latin Wave film series has no shortage of female talent, both behind and in front of the camera.
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Posts by Rylee Henson
Rylee Henson is a spring 2017 intern for the Museum’s film department. She graduates in May 2017 from Sam Houston State University with a double major in philosophy and film.
In the new film “The Death of Louis XIV,” director Albert Serra invites the audience to witness the last moments of King Louis XIV’s life in 1715 France.
Filmmaker Lois Weber and dancer Anna Pavlova joined forces for a film that screens during Women’s History Month.
Teamwork Saves a Great Work of Art for Houston’s Future
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”