Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Film Curator Marian Luntz has a gig that's the envy of movie fans everywhere. She travels to film festivals around the world, watches hundreds of movies — classics, blockbusters, new releases, unknown gems — and then determines the museum's schedule of year-round programming. From the annual Latin Wave, a showcase of the best in new work from Latin American directors, to special one-time-only screenings such as the recent revival of A Hard Day's Night celebrating the 50th anniversary of the landmark Beatles film, Luntz programs it all. (With lots of help, we're sure she'd tell you.) To be as successful as she is, Luntz has to have the rare combination of an artistic eye; an encyclopedic knowledge of film movements, genres, directors and actors past and present; and a sensitivity to cultural sensibilities. Oh, and she has to keep abreast of the latest political situations around the globe (a revolution abroad or a coup in some war-torn country could seriously screw with the possibility of bringing a director or actor to Houston for an appearance).