The Third Coast (40th Anniversary)
HCAF hosts the 40th anniversary screening of The Third Coast of 16mm. Masks are required indoors at all times.
Also available virtually for one week beginning Nov 12 at 7:30pm, with a Q&A with Directors Susan and Alan Raymond. For more information visit here.
Part of The Third Coast Program.
Note: Proof of Vaccination or a Negative COVID test from within 48 hours is required for all indoor screenings. To learn more about our COVID policy, visit here.
Please note that Rice Cinema has moved from its previous home. We recommend parking in Founders Court Lot and entering Sewall Hall at the ground level to find the cinema towards the back of the building located at Sewall 301.
Directed by Susan and Alan Raymond, this 1979 documentary seeks to capture the evolving character of Houston. The film pays special attention to the city’s rapid expansion—investigating not only what attracts so many people to the Bayou City but also its ongoing drawbacks, from a struggling mass transit system to alarming statistics about the use of deadly force by Houston police officers. Of particular note is footage of the premiere of French fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld’s Chloé collection at Neiman Marcus and an open casting call for Urban Cowboy (1980).
|Country, Year||United States, 1981|
|Director||Susan and Alan Raymond|
|Runtime||55 MINS, SECS|
|Subject||Film, The Third Coast|