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The Yeehaw Agenda

The Yeehaw Agenda, coined by Dallas based pop culture archivist Bri Malandro, continues to gallop down old town road. What is the Yeehaw Agenda? It’s a celebration of rodeo riders, cowboys, and westerns, already baked into the global popular consciousness that centers on diverse representations. Houston, the home of the world’s biggest rodeo, is Yeehaw’s cradle of civilization. All things Yeehaw have always been complicated. A life-affirming and a destructive force, it’s informed by manifest destiny, violence, as well as ground zero for the idea of grit. For a long time now Yeehaw has been a prism through which film, music, style, literature, dance, and art are filtered. This current, 2019 internet-fueled Yeehaw Agenda is its own animal and leaves much to revisit, celebrate, reject, rejoice in, examine, and ponder. Every generation gets the Yeehaw Agenda they deserve.

Yellow Rose

Rose, an undocumented Filipino girl, dreams of one day leaving her small Texas town to pursue her country music dreams. Her world is shattered when her mom suddenly gets picked up by immigration and Customs Enforcement…

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A few years from now… Bacurau, a small village in the Brazilian sertão, mourns the loss of its matriarch, Carmelita, who lived to be 94…

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Black Rodeo

In 1972 Harlem a Black Rodeo show rides into Randall’s Island, NY to perform in front of a large crowd of enthralled spectators. This critically acclaimed documentary captures that show…

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When I Get Home

Visual artist and singer/songwriter Solange Knowles presents an extended directors cut featuring new scenes and musical arrangements of her interdisciplinary performance art film When I Get Home….

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Brokeback: A Shorts Film Program

These five short film engage and examine the notion of the queer cowboy, asking the question “who is the cowboy?” Spanning 50 years from Barbara Hammer’s Death of a Marriage to Adrian Garcia Gomez’s La Mesa, the image of the cowboy varies in each instance…

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