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Rice Cinema

Rice University Houston, TX 77005 | Kirby-West U | 713-348-4853

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Rice University's theater works like a small university's theater should, offering one-off engagements featuring rare and artistically relevant film. Documentaries are well represented - check the online schedule to see what's coming up.


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