Inside the MFAH Posts tagged #houston
“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
M.C. Escher: Journey to Infinity offers an eye-opening portrait of world-famous Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher.
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 | See Critically Acclaimed Films This Winter December 7, 2020
Do you have some free time during the holidays? Catch up on the Virtual Cinema movies that have opened this fall!
Virtual Cinema | Signs of the Times: “Cinetracts ’20” November 7, 2020
In 20 short films made around the world, a global portrait emerges from the diverse locales and sociopolitical situations.
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.
To celebrate the centennial anniversary of Federico Fellini’s birth, the MFAH presents a new 4K digital restoration of La Strada.
Virtual Cinema | Celebrate Halloween with a Surrealistic “Faust” October 27, 2020
This interpretation of the legend about a man who sells his soul to the devil is an eerie combination of dreamy subconscious fantasies and surrealistic images.
Contemporary Artist Carmen Herrera: Reading between the Lines October 26, 2020
Celebrate the exhibition Carmen Herrera: Structuring Surfaces with Lines of Sight, a literary exploration of the life and work of Cuban-born contemporary artist Carmen Herrera.
Virtual Cinema Goes Dystopian with “The Hole” October 6, 2020
“Quarantine Cinema,” anyone? One of the most original films of the 1990s, The Hole is set in Taiwan at the dawn of the new millennium.