Houston Cinema Arts Festival 2013

Wednesday, November, 06, 2013:

12:00 pm – Requiem NN Photo Exhibit – Festival Headquarters

Free

1:00 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

4:00 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

7:00 pm – Opening Night Party: Cutie and the Boxer – Museum of Fine Arts Houston

$25 General, $22 Student / Senior with ID

Thursday, November, 07, 2013:

11:00 am – Chasing Shakespeare – Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Field Trip

12:00 pm – Requiem NN Photo Exhibit – Festival Headquarters

Free

12:45 pm – Cutie and the Boxer – Sundance 8

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

12:50 pm – Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton – Sundance 2

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

1:00 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

3:40 pm – Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction – Sundance 8

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

3:45 pm – Before the Spring After the Fall – Sundance 2

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

4:00 pm – Portraits of Women Artists: Lover Other / Maya Deren’s Sink – Cinema 16

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

6:00 pm – August: Osage County – Sundance 8

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

6:30 pm – Shepard and Dark – Sundance 2

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

7:00 pm – Requiem NN – Rice Media Center

Free

7:00 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

7:30 pm – The Yellow Ticket – Museum of Fine Arts Houston

$15 General, $13 Student / Senior with ID

9:30 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

9:30 pm – One Chance – Sundance 2

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

9:40 pm – Paris, Texas – Sundance 8

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

Friday, November, 08, 2013:

10:30 am – Jamel Shabazz: Street Photographer – Project Row Houses Eldorado Ballroom

Field Trip

11:00 am – Ernest and Celestine – Sundance 8

Field Trip

12:00 pm – Requiem NN Photo Exhibit – Festival Headquarters

Free

1:00 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

1:00 pm – Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction – Sundance 2

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

2:30 pm – Meet the Makers: Scoring for Silent Films – Rice University Shepherd School of Music

Free

3:00 pm – Sleepless Nights Stories – Cinema 16

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

3:00 pm – Becoming Traviata – Sundance 8

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

3:30 pm – The Annunciation – Sundance 2

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

5:45 pm – Sneak Preview of a New Film Starring Thomas Haden Church – Museum of Fine Arts Houston

$15 General, $13 Student / Senior with ID

6:15 pm – August: Osage County – Sundance 8

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

6:15 pm – Viola / Rosalinda – Sundance 2

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

6:30 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

7:00 pm – Witness: Palestine / Pasolini’s Last Words – Aurora Picture Show

$15 General, $13 Student / Senior with ID

9:00 pm – Art Hard – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

9:00 pm – Levantine Cinema Arts Award: Dazed and Confused with Richard Linklater – Museum of Fine Arts Houston

$15 General, $13 Student / Senior with ID

9:30 pm – All the Labor – Sundance 8

$15 General, $13 Student / Senior with ID

9:30 pm – Jamel Shabazz: Street Photographer – Sundance 2

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

Saturday, November, 09, 2013:

10:00 am – Meet the Makers Brunch – Festival Headquarters

Free

10:00 am – Requiem NN Photo Exhibit – Festival Headquarters

Free

12:00 pm – They All Lie (Todos Mienten) – Sundance 8

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

12:15 pm – Texas Filmmakers Showcase – Sundance 2

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

1:00 pm – Charlie Ahearn’s Hip-Hop Videos – Cinema 16

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

2:45 pm – My Father and the Man in Black – Sundance 8

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

3:30 pm – Persistence of Vision – Sundance 2

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

4:00 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

5:45 pm – Nebraska – Sundance 8

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

6:00 pm – Life Goes On… I Keep Singing – Deborah Colton Gallery

Free

6:30 pm – Narco Cultura – Sundance 2

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

7:00 pm – The Love Songs of Tiedan – Asia Society Texas Center

$15 General, $13 Student / Senior with ID

8:15 pm – Jeremy Rourke: Live Music and Animation – Cinema 16

$15 General, $13 Student / Senior with ID

9:15 pm – Charlie Countryman – Sundance 8

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

9:45 pm – Wild Style – Sundance 2

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

10:00 pm – Cinema Arts Celebration – Mr. Peeples

$15

Sunday, November, 10, 2013:

10:00 am – Requiem NN Photo Exhibit – Festival Headquarters

Free

11:00 am – Meet the Makers: Making of “Charlie Countryman” and “Nebraska” – Festival Headquarters

Free

1:00 pm – Time Shift: The Films of Scott Stark – Cinema 16

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

1:00 pm – The Stolen Man (El Hombre Robado) – Sundance 2

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

1:15 pm – Approved for Adoption – Sundance 8

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

2:00 pm – Life Goes On… I Keep Singing – Deborah Colton Gallery

Free

3:45 pm – Requiem NN – Cinema 16

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

4:00 pm – The Ballad of the Weeping Spring – Sundance 2

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

4:00 pm – Houston Ballet: Breaking Boundaries – Museum of Fine Arts Houston

Free

4:15 pm – Enzo Avitabile: Music Life – Sundance 8

$10 General, $8 Student / Senior with ID

6:15 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

6:45 pm – Chasing Shakespeare – Sundance 2

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

7:00 pm – An Unreal Dream: The Michael Morton Story – Museum of Fine Arts Houston

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

7:00 pm – Philomena – Sundance 8

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

8:45 pm – North of South, West of East – Cinema 16

$12 General, $10 Members / Sponsors

Monday, November, 11, 2013:

9:30 am – Life Goes On… I Keep Singing – Deborah Colton Gallery

Free

2:00 pm – Honor Flight: One Last Mission – Minute Maid Park

Free

6:45 pm – Houston Ballet: Breaking Boundaries – Sundance 8

Free

7:00 pm – The Volunteer – Sundance 2

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

Tuesday, November, 12, 2013:

9:30 am – Life Goes On… I Keep Singing – Deborah Colton Gallery

Free

6:45 pm – Houston Short Film Fund: World Premiere Screening – Sundance 8

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

7:00 pm – My Name is Faith – Sundance 2

$12 General, $10 Student / Senior with ID

Date:

November 6-10, 2013

Festival Passes:

All Access Pass – $600

One-Day Festival Pass – $80

One-Day Passes available for:

Thursday, November 7

Friday, November 8

Saturday, November 9

Sunday, November 10

Location:

Festival Headquarters – 1201 Main Street, Ste 110, Houston, TX, 77002 

Cinema 16 Screening room – 1201 Main Street, Ste 110, Houston, TX, 77002

Sundance Cinemas – 510 Texas Ave, Houston, TX, 77002 

The Museum Of Fine Arts – 1001 Bissonnet Street, Houston, TX, 77005 

Rice Media Center – 6100 Main Street, MS-549, Houston, TX, 77005

Project Row Houses (Eldorado Ballroom) – 2310 Elgin Street,Houston, TX, 77004 

Deborah Colton Gallery – 2445 North Blvd, Houston, TX, 77098 

Asia Society Texas Center – 1370 Southmore Blvd, Houston, TX, 77004 

Mr. Peeples – 1911 Bagby St. Houston, TX 77002

Minute Maid Park – 501 Crawford St, Houston, TX 77002 

Aurora Picture Show – 2442 Bartlett St, Houston, TX, 77098

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