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  1. Oscar-Nominated Short Films | Documentary

    2022 Oscar-Nominated Short Films | Documentary (Various Directors, Various Countries, 2021, Digital, in original languages with English subtitles) Tickets available soon! Watch the short films nominated for the Oscar in the category of Best Documentary (Short Subject). See them on the big screen! Then find out if your favorite wins when the Academy Awards are presented on March 27.

  2. Hitchcock/Truffaut

    A riveting new documentary revisits the extended conversation between these two film legends that resulted in classic film book, Hitchcock/Truffaut. Then experience some of the most famous Hitchcock films discussed in the documentary—two of which were chosen by MFAH film fans, and one curator’s choice.

  3. Virtual Cinema | The Lyrical and Provocative New Documentary “Acasă, My Home”

    Jan 2, 2021 - Acasă, My Home, the feature documentary debut of Radu Ciorniciuc, succeeds spectacularly in this regard. Through their access and dedication, documentary filmmakers take viewers on a journey to experience new people and places. Watching as Life UnfoldsAcasă, My Home is an almost purely observational documentary—no narrator telling viewers what to think, no voice-overs, no analysis. We are just present with the family as life unfolds.

  4. Fearless Filmmaker Challenges Real-Life Issues for 50 Years

    Feb 21, 2020 - For audiences today, the documentary shows how much has changed for women in the interim and how much, sadly, remains the same. On the heels of her recent American Factory Oscar win for Best Documentary Feature, the MFAH celebrates her storied 50 years as a fearless, eye-opening documentarian. Whether it be gender inequality, political discrimination, or labor rights, groundbreaking documentary filmmaker Julia Reichert has been unafraid throughout her career to explore issues facing real Americans.

  5. Virtual Cinema Presents the Poetic New Documentary “Małni”

    Apr 20, 2021 - It is a free-flowing film working between the genres of personal documentary and poetic, experimental film. Eventually, Małni begins to take the shape of a somewhat conventional documentary about two members of the Chinook Nation, as they describe their current relationship to their Native heritage.

  6. Virtual Cinema | A Tantalizing Documentary on Artist & Mathematician M.C. Escher

    Jan 17, 2021 - M.C. Escher: Journey to Infinity recounts the story of world-famous Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher. Equal parts history, psychology, and psychedelia, this eye-opening portrait personalizes Escher through his own words and …

  7. Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photography (2013)

    The "Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photography" exhibition receives generous funding from the CFP Foundation and the Junior League of Houston, Inc.

  8. Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photography

    Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photography | March 5, 2021–February 17, 2022 • Included with general admission. Advance timed tickets recommended. The exhibition “Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photography” receives generous funding from the CFP Foundation and the Junior League of Houston, Inc. The annual exhibition Eye on Houston: High School Documentary Photography documents and celebrates Houston’s diverse neighborhoods through a collaboration between the MFAH and Houston Independent School District.

  9. Virtual Cinema | Long-Lost Documentary “Nationtime”

    Oct 18, 2020 - Nationtime is a long-lost documentary about the National Black Political Convention of 1972, when politicians, activists, and artists from every state gathered in Gary, Indiana, to forge a national unity platform in advance of

  10. Rediscovered: Roman Vishniac’s Social Documentary Practice

    Oct 14, 2015 - Social documentary photographs are taken with a purpose: to share the events and conditions of one place or moment, whether to draw attention, change opinion, or spread news. The style of social documentary photography in the 1930s—which is when Vishniac began making his photographs—assumed a strong narrative approach that centered on documenting human subjects.