showcases a bunch of those entries as well as recent competition winners, screened under the stars at Discovery Green by presenter Houston Cinema Arts Society. Creators were allowed to make shorts built around 50 years of NASA archival footage, with more than a dozen flicks and multiple genres. But JULYDOSCOPE is more than just spaced-out movies. We’ll also hear poems from Poetry Buskers, live sax music from Musiqa, and even some star searching. “We’re all going to be in an outer-space mood; we’re going to have some people with telescopes there. Hopefully we’ll be able to see something,” says Patrick Kwiatkowski, the society’s executive director.
7 p.m. July 15. 1500 McKinney. For information, call 713-429-0420 or visit cinemartsociety.org
Join Houston Cinema Arts Society’s 7th annual Julydoscope for an evening of music, dance and film on Saturday, July 15, at Discovery Green®. Hosted by Houston’s own Ernie Manouse, the space-inspired event will kick off at 7 PM with trivia and giveaways. As the sun sets, sit back and enjoy a live saxophone quartet concert by MUSIQA and a family-friendly compilation of CineSpace short films.
*Bring your own basket of delectables or pick something up from a selection of food trucks at Discovery Green.
Thinking about space has no limits, and that was likely on the minds of filmmakers who’ve had a chance to make submissions to the CineSpace competition over the years. The seventh annual