2016 Houston Cinema Arts Festival
Nov 10, 2016 - Nov 17, 2016
The Houston Cinema Arts Festival is an eight-day, multi-venue festival includes over 40 narrative and documentary films, an interactive video installation gallery, live multimedia performances, panel discussions, Meet the Makers workshops, and free outdoor and student field trip screenings. In its relatively short history, HCAS has brought notable guest artists, such as Tilda Swinton, Alex Gibney, Guillermo Arriaga, Isabella Rossellini, John Turturro, Shirley MacLaine, Rick Linklater, Ethan Hawke, Fisher Stevens, Robert Redford, Tracy Letts, James Ivory, Julie Taymor, Will Forte, and Thomas Haden Church among many others, to the Festival.
This year, Honky Tonk Heaven: Legend of the Broken Spoke will open the 8th Annual Houston Cinema Arts Festival on Thursday, November 10 at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and will be followed by a live performance from popular Texas country artist Dale Watson. The film is a lively documentary from Houston-born director Sam Wainwright Douglas and Brenda Mitchell that tells the raucous history of the Broken Spoke honkytonk in Austin, TX, where it is affectionately known as “the last of the true Texas dance halls.”
The 2016 Houston Cinema Arts Festival will run from Thursday, November 10 - Thursday, November 17 in Houston, TX.
For more information, please visit hcaf16.org.
Houston, TX 77002
Cost: Please visit hcaf16.org for ticket information.