film screenings

ART EVENT “Houston Latino Film Festival” at MATCH

MATCH - Midtown Arts and Theater Center Houston 3400 Main St., Houston, TX, United States

MARCH 20–24, 2024: The Houston Latino Film Festival's 8th annual edition features over 60 feature and short films screened at MATCH, which are accompanied by post-screening Q&A sessions with filmmakers.

$14 – $60

ARTIST TALK AND FILM SCREENING “Bob Gomel: Eyewitness” at Alta Arts

The Alta Arts 5412 Ashbrook Dr., Houston, TX, United States

APRIL 3, 2024 at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM: "An Evening with Bob Gomel" includes an artist talk by the legendary LIFE Magazine photographer and a screening of "Bob Gomel: Eyewitness," a documentary film that examines the stories behind some of the most significant events in the 20th century, especially the turbulent 1960s.

Free

FILM SCREENING “Mami Wata” at Houston Museum of African American Culture

Houston Museum of African American Culture (HMAAC) 4807 Caroline St, Houston, TX, United States

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 2024 at 7:00 PM: Attend this free screening at Houston Museum of African American Culture featuring "Mami Wata" by director C.J. ‘Fiery’ Obasi, a film that New York Times describes as "both haunting and ravishing."

Free

OPENING RECEPTION “Unearthing: Black Porosity” at Meive Art Gallery

Meive Art Gallery 1520 Center St., Houston, United States

EXHIBIT ON VIEW MAY 10 – JUNE 22, 2024: "Unearthing: Black Porosity" is a project on view at Meive Art Gallery by Rian Crane that explores the relations of Black +/ Indigenous lifeways in the gulf/ global south through performance, sculpture, cyanotype, soundscapes, and cinema.

Free

ART SHOW + FILM SCREENING “Double Take” at 14 Pews

14 Pews 800 Aurora St., Houston, TX, United States

WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 2024 at 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM: This one-night event begins with a reception for Cressandra Thibodeaux's captivating photography series “DOUBLE TAKE” that delves into the complexities of maternal bonds and self-discovery. At 8:00 PM, Thibodeaux will screen two of her documentary films about Houston artists Jesse Lott and Nestor Topchy.

Free

PERFORMANCE “Unearthing: Black Porosity” at Meive Art Gallery

Meive Art Gallery 1520 Center St., Houston, United States

EXHIBIT ON VIEW MAY 10 – JUNE 22, 2024: "Unearthing: Black Porosity" is a project on view at Meive Art Gallery by Rian Crane that explores the relations of Black +/ Indigenous lifeways in the gulf/ global south through performance, sculpture, cyanotype, soundscapes, and cinema.

Free

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