Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #film
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The King of Kings January 19, 2022
A rare example of a privately published book of photographs taken on the set of the film The King of Kings is now on display at the MFAH.
Virtual Cinema Presents the Compelling New Drama “Asia” June 8, 2021
A universal and timeless mother-daughter story, Asia has been an audience favorite at film festivals worldwide.
Virtual Cinema | An Icelandic Dairy Farmer Challenges Local Corruption in “The County” May 20, 2021
In the humanist fable The County, a middle-aged dairy farmer in a small Icelandic community rebels against the all-powerful local Cooperative.
Virtual Cinema Presents the Essential “Bill Traylor: Chasing Ghosts” April 29, 2021
This enlightening new documentary profiles American artist Bill Traylor (1853–1949), whose life embodied personal and cultural struggles that resonate today.
Virtual Cinema Presents the Poetic New Documentary “Małni” April 20, 2021
The poetic documentary debut from media artist Sky Hopinka follows two people as they wander through nature, the spirit world, and something much deeper inside.
Virtual Cinema | “My Wonderful Wanda” Is a Humanistic Masterpiece April 16, 2021
A woman leaves her children in Poland to take a job as caregiver for the patriarch of a wealthy Swiss family in a gorgeous lakeside villa.
Virtual Cinema | New Restoration of Stellar Sci-Fi Drama “Ikarie XB 1” Comes to Houston April 2, 2021
Existential fear and dread of space-time travel are at the core of Ikarie XB 1, a sci-fi drama that came rushing in from behind the Iron Curtain in 1963.
Virtual Cinema | New Documentary “Capturing Lee Miller” Reveals the Story of a Remarkable Photographer December 27, 2020
The engrossing Capturing Lee Miller profiles one of the world’s most intriguing female photographers.
Virtual Cinema | An Inventive Documentary on Autism: “The Reason I Jump” December 11, 2020
Creative filmmaking and first-person accounts tell the stories of remarkable young people with autism.
Virtual Cinema | Immersive Documentary “City Hall” Reveals Human Stories in an American Metropolis November 4, 2020
The MFAH continues one of its film programming traditions: premiering the latest documentary by veteran filmmaker Frederick Wiseman.