The Unknown Known director talks self-deception.
Errol Morris tells us he's tired of interviewing people.
Houstonia: The folks over at Houstonia were conducting some really interesting reporting on Monday, and decided to go the Buzzfeed route with an entertaining list. John Nova Lomax scoured fast-food companies' histories to uncover fun and surprising facts about your favorite joints. Among the interes ... More >>
As if the hype for the upcoming NBA season, specifically for the hometown Houston Rockets, could not get any weirder, we bring you Linsanity, the movie. Between Dwight Howard's trips to Aspen and China, James Harden's commercials and Chandler Parsons being singlehandedly transformed into "the man wh ... More >>
Hot off the heels of her electrifying Super Bowl halftime performance, which some believe had something to do with the mysterious blackout at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome shortly into the game's third quarter, Beyonce announced after the game that she will hit the road later this year for her first w ... More >>
Remember the '90s? When it comes to Houston's rock scene, a lot of people don't. Sure, local bands were drawing large crowds to venues like the Axiom, the Vatican and the Unicorn, but much of the music of that era never made it outside the Beltway, and those clubs have been closed down for decades. ... More >>
Thirteen years and a hundred school shootings later, why is Hollywood still obsessed with this one?
Most rock bands don't last 34 days, let alone 34 years. But that's exactly how long Canadian heavy metal trio Anvil has spent recording and touring -- mostly in complete obscurity. Despite ample opportunity, Anvil refused to quit, and in 2008, filmmaker (and former Anvil roadie) Sacha Gervasi shon ... More >>
PR maven Sarah Gish celebrates a decade of success
The tragic story of Cambodian genocide becomes a cautionary tale
This early L.A. Punk documentary
At 90 years old, dance pioneer Anna Halprin is still pushing artistic boundaries
Getting Detroit residents out of their cars and onto a bus or train won't be an easy job
Hollywood Shuffle comes to you a day early this week because Alamo Drafthouse is hosting a screening tonight, and we'd never forgive ourselves if we didn't let you know about it. What film is it, you ask? Oh, just a little "rockumentary" from 2008 called It Might Get Loud, in which Jimmy Fucking ... More >>
The film that jump-started a return to the limelight by Rubén Gonzáles and Compay Segundo left one huge question unanswered: Why weren't they onstage for the last 50 years?
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Drugs, sex and...black history month?
Documentary explores '90s define-it-yourselfers
Vanilla Fudge Live: When Two Worlds Collide (ABC Records)Vanilla Fudge is best known for 1967's heavy, slow and psychedelic version of the Supremes' Motown classic "You Keep Me Hangin' On," and even diehard classic-rock fans might be skeptical about this recent concert which features only half of th ... More >>
A National Public Radio favorite takes the big screen
The award-winning author explores the immigrant journey north
On Saturday night, the parking lot of Block 21 was transformed into a BMX playground to celebrate the release of Dreamz, a documentary film about pro flatlander Terry Adams. Organized by the Byke Project, the event featured the star of the film, who won the bunny hop contest, as well as DJ Statik, w ... More >>
Find out whos responsible for the Iraq war
Margarita de la Vega Hurtado looks at Augusto Pinochet's political coup in Chile
A documentary chronicles familiar dangers on a different border
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This artsy photographer films herself filming herself
Finally, skaters, an art show for you. It's art for your daily grind. Tonight Commerce Street Artists Warehouse hosts "Houston, Are You Board?," a skate deck art auction benefiting Public Use Skate parks for Houston (P.U.S.H.). Up for grabs (get it grabs, it's a skateboard — never mind) a ... More >>