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  1. I vitelloni

    I vitelloniDirected by Federico Fellini(Italy/France, 1953, Italian with English subtitles) Federico Fellini’s I vitelloni follows a group of male friends drifting through the last scraps of their youth in an Italian coastal city

  2. Wars on Film

    Responding to the groundbreaking exhibition WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath, the MFAH presents a series of films considering wars from the early 20th century through the present.

  3. Conflict at “HOME”: Miguel Ángel Rojas & “Nowadays”

    Jan 18, 2018 - “As a Latin American artist, I like to think of our relationship between the first world and Latin America as our home, as a territory which involves our home,” he said.

  4. WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath

    Mar 5, 2012 - The earliest work in the exhibition is from 1847, taken from the first photographed conflict: the Mexican-American War. The pictures were recorded by some of the most celebrated conflict photographers, as well as by many who remain anonymous. Organization and Funding WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath is organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

  5. WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath

    WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath gathers together nearly 500 objects, including photographs, books, magazines, albums, and photographic equipment. Rather than being organized chronologically, or as a survey of “greatest hits,” the images are arranged to show the progression of war: from the acts that instigate armed conflict to “the fight,” to victory and defeat, and photos

  6. Virtual Cinema | 2021 Oscar-Nominated Short Films: Animation, Documentary & Live Action “Overview”

    Mar 27, 2021 - The USA has three films in the running: Burrow; If Anything Happens I Love You; and Opera, which is a USA/South Korea coproduction. France’s Genius Loci and Iceland’s Yes-People round out the list. (total running time: 118 minutes)• Focus on Do Not Split | This harrowing film examines the 2019 Hong Kong protests through a series of demonstrations that escalate into conflict when armed police arrive on the scene.

  7. Royal Rivals: Queen Elizabeth I & Mary, Queen of Scots

    Jan 4, 2019 - Portrait of Elizabeth I Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, Queen Elizabeth I (“The Ditchley Portrait”), c. 1592, oil on canvas, National Portrait Gallery, London. The only surviving child of Henry VIII, Elizabeth I inherited the throne in 1558. In contrast to her cousin Mary’s portrait, the full-length Ditchley Portrait shows Queen Elizabeth I as austere and distant—even rather forbidding.

  8. Virtual Lecture | “Collectivity in Art”

    Mexican artist Teresa Margolles investigates the social and aesthetic dimensions of conflict, and her Lote bravo comprises 400 adobe bricks she collected in Ciudad Juárez, where corpses of sexually abused women had been buried

  9. Dangerous Curves: A “Sculpted in Steel” Chat with Ken Gross

    Mar 30, 2016 - I asked Ken some PG-rated questions to figure it out. Why do cars lend themselves so readily to sensuality? (Is it really just the curves?) Even when war clouds appeared on the horizon, there were still those who commissioned custom-built cars, perhaps so they’d have them in the event of a conflict—which no one thought would last forever anyway.

  10. Virtual Cinema | An Inventive Documentary on Autism: “The Reason I Jump”

    Dec 11, 2020 - The Reason I Jump won the 2020 Sundance Film Festival’s World Documentary Audience Award. . • The Reason I Jump / WATCH HERE beginning January 8. Your ticket supports the MFAH and provides a 5-day pass to the film. Like the best documentaries, The Reason I Jump is a thought-provoking film with insights that resonate long beyond its running time.