Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #houston
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In Istanbul, three homeless dogs shed light on the surprising reality of unseen street life in the glamorous ancient Turkish city.
Virtual Cinema | Houston Jewish Film Festival | February 28–March 11 February 17, 2021
The Houston Jewish Film Festival is part of a global itinerary of festivals exploring the Jewish experience through movies that focus on identity, history, and culture.
Virtual Cinema | French Film Festival | March 3–28 February 16, 2021
MFAH audiences can enjoy their fix of French films this March—the international month of French Culture.
Virtual Cinema | Hungary’s Pick for Oscar Consideration: “Preparations to Be Together for an Unknown Period of Time” February 9, 2021
In this enigmatic and picturesque new film, a Hungarian neurosurgeon returns to Budapest for a rendezvous with a doctor she met at a conference—or did she?
Virtual Cinema | Thought-Provoking “Test Pattern” February 8, 2021
An award-winning debut feature set in Austin, Test Pattern offers a political commitment to the subject matter and an unconventional style.
Virtual Cinema | France’s Pick for Oscar Consideration: “Two of Us” January 26, 2021
A remarkable drama about an enduring love, Two of Us features magnificent lead performances.
Glassell-on-the-Go@Home January 24, 2021
The MFAH and Houston Public Library are teaming up to bring “Glassell-on-the-Go” to children and families throughout the Houston area.
An insightful journey into the nature of portraiture, My Rembrandt explores the captivating power of the 17th-century master who still holds sway across the globe.
Virtual Cinema | Acclaimed New Drama “Identifying Features” Spotlights Mexican Cinema January 21, 2021
Already an award winner, the lyrical and suspenseful Identifying Features is one of the most potent debut feature films in recent Mexican cinema.
Rienzi & ROCO Celebrate Musician Margaret Bonds January 18, 2021
A previously unknown recording of pianist and composer Margaret Bonds, discovered in the Rienzi music collection, has inspired a ROCO concert.