As the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first human Moon landing this July and NASA rededicates itself to putting more boot prints on the lunar surface, filmmakers around the world will be making their final cuts at entries for “CineSpace,” a short-film competition that will share their works inspired by — and using — actual NASA imagery.
NASA and the Houston Cinema Arts Society are now opening the submission period for the 2019 fifth-annual competition.
BRINGING THE MUSIC OF KRONOS QUARTET TO LIFE:
LIVE CONCERT DOCUMENTARY A THOUSAND THOUGHTS TO SCREEN TWICE DURING 2018 HOUSTON CINEMA ARTS FESTIVAL
INTIMATE PERFORMANCES AT ASIA SOCIETY TEXAS CENTER ON SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 SET TO BE HIGHLIGHTS OF HCAF18
HOUSTON, TX –– The 2018 Houston Cinema Arts Festival – which celebrates its 10th anniversary – has announced its first piece of programming in the form of two scintillating performances of the live documentary A Thousand Thoughts on Sunday,
HOUSTON, TX, (MAY 9TH, 2018) – National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Chairman Jane Chu has approved more than $80 million in grants as part of the NEA’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year 2018. Included in this announcement is an Art Works grant of $15,000 to Houston Cinema Arts Society (HCAS) for a publicly accessible video archive, including four succinct videos highlighting the organization’s past 9 years. The Art Works category is the NEA’s largest funding category and supports projects that focus on the creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence,
Flicks, brews, and out-of-this-world fun: Houston Cinema Arts Society launches new CineBrew series and will host annual Julydoscope as part of summer programming
HOUSTON, TX – Houston Cinema Arts Society (HCAS) has an exciting summer of programming on tap for 2018, the year that marks the tenth anniversary of the Houston Cinema Arts Festival. Beginning July 13, HCAS will launch a new series called CineBrew, a brewery showcase that will include feature film screenings, local short films, and the chance to socialize and mingle with friends over cold pints.
The first CineBrew on Friday, July 13 will take place at Spindletap Brewery from 6:30 PM to 9 PM and screen the Steven Spielberg 1974 feature directorial debut The Sugarland Express.
HCAF17 TRANSFORMS HOUSTON INTO URBAN ARTS MECCA FOR FIVE DAYS OF SCREENINGS, PERFORMANCES, PANELS, AND PROGRAMS DESIGNED TO BOLSTER CITY’S COLLECTIVE SPIRIT
HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE 2 OPENING NIGHT FILMS, SCINTILLATING LIVE PERFORMANCES, THE 3RD ANNUAL CINESPACE AWARDS, PACKED HOUSES FOR CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED AWARDS CONTENDERS, AND THE SHOWSTOPPING, STAR-STUDDED SEMINAL EVENT ‘SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN: A HOUSTON AND CINEMA ARTS CELEBRATION’ AT WOMH
The 2017 Houston Cinema Arts Festival – which took place from November 9 – 13,
A SPACE RACE FOR FIRST PLACE AT HCAF17: THIRD ANNUAL CINESPACE SHORT FILM COMPETITION SCREENS FINALIST SHORT FILMS AND AWARDS PRIZES AT RICE CINEMA
FINALISTS FROM 650 GLOBAL ENTRIES SHOWCASED AT RICE AS PART OF PARTNERSHIP WITH NASA
On Friday, November 10, the Houston Cinema Arts Festival, in partnership with NASA, screened 13 finalists from 650 entries spanning nearly every continent worldwide at the Rice Cinema in the CineSpace short film competition and awarded top prizes totaling $26,000, which were judged and selected by Academy Award-nominated director Richard Linklater.
The top prize of $10,000 was awarded to Lunar,