Inside the MFAH
“Inside the MFAH” provides perspectives, conversations, and opinions from insiders at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Virtual Cinema | Long-Lost Documentary “Nationtime” October 18, 2020
In 1972, politicians, activists, and artists from every state gathered at the National Black Political Convention to forge a national unity platform in advance of the presidential conventions.
Virtual Cinema | The Compelling Drama “Beau Travail” October 17, 2020
An intense character study set amid the French Foreign Legion, Beau Travail features magnificent cinematography, a sweeping musical score, and one of the most unexpected endings of any film.
Virtual Cinema | A Nostalgic Look at Video Stores October 10, 2020
A new documentary pays tribute to the video store and its influence on pop culture.
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.
Virtual Cinema: New Restoration of Richard Wright’s “Native Son” October 4, 2020
See the film adaptation of Richard Wright’s controversial 1940 novel Native Son, restored to its original vision.
Virtual Cinema Presents Two Compelling Dramas: “Ghost Tropic” and “Song without a Name” September 27, 2020
Opening this week in Virtual Cinema: two absorbing dramas with compelling central performances.
Virtual Cinema “Oliver Sacks: His Own Life” Honors Rock-Star Neurologist September 25, 2020
This new documentary tells the story of legendary neurologist Oliver Sacks, who served as the inspiration for the doctor portrayed by Robin Williams in Awakenings.
“RBG” Documentary | Virtual Cinema Honors Trailblazing Supreme Court Icon September 23, 2020
Virtual Cinema joins art houses across the country in presenting RBG, the re-released 2018 documentary about the life and legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Virtual Cinema “Sibyl” and “A Thousand Cuts” September 21, 2020
The MFAH presents two gripping virtual features: a stylish French thriller, and a highly relevant documentary about the fight for free speech.
Virtual Cinema “My Dog Stupid” September 16, 2020
In new dramedy My Dog Stupid, a French novelist with writer’s block develops an unlikely companionship with an unruly, massive bullmastiff.