Rumors of a Ghostbusters actor's "party crashing" tour touch off a night of revelry.
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James Spooner's latest reveals more insights into hanging with the white crowd
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Two popular stage productions close this weekend: Theatre Southwest's The Seven Year Itch and the Alley's Mauritius, while the film festival Latin Wave: New Films from Latin America also winds down over at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Houston Press theater reviewer D.L.Groover told fans to hurr ... More >>
Aurora Picture Show presents a woman, her issues and her award-winning shorts
The SXSW Film Festival's complete line-up has been announced, featuring 108 features over nine days, with half of those being world premieres.(And many of those "world premieres" being also "the only time these films will play on a large screen.")The big names include Spike Lee, with his filmed vers ... More >>
Former Houston Press reporter Steve McVicker is reporting from the Sundance Film Festival:Well, Sunday's screening of "our" film, I Love You Phillip Morris, came and went last night, with still no official word of having been snapped up by any major distribution company for mucho dollars. However ... More >>
Step Aside, Dame Edna
A documentary chronicles familiar dangers on a different border
Japanese ghost story weaves drama, myth and dreams
WorldFest celebrates the obscure
WorldFest just says no to movies that aren't really independent
Latin American films of all colors come to Houston
Minority moviemakers get some screen time at the multicultural answer to WorldFest
May 27 - June 2, 1999
A troubled woman and an ex-convict create a compelling Asian film
Houston's film festival returns a "lean, mean movie machine"