While some moviegoers will be heading out to watch the much anticipated “Gravity” (starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney) and “Runner, Runner” (starring Justin Timberlake and Ben Affleck), under the radar is the bilingual romantic comedy “Pulling Strings.”
Each fall kicks off a new season of cultural art events at the University of Houston-Clear Lake, which brings film, music, speakers and art to the campus.
The Signal took part in two phone conferences with director Craig Brewer and star Julianne Hough of the new film “Footloose.” Listen to find out how they felt about modernizing a classic and winning audiences over. Craig Brewer Julianne Hough
Hit by the tragic loss of five teenagers, a small Southern town fights to prevent future deaths by outlawing dancing and loud music. Relocating from Boston, high school protagonist Ren MacCormack experiences culture shock and decides to take on the town leaders to end the Puritanical law.
Talent and love for films had a rendezvous at the 13th annual Gulf Coast Film and Video Festival, which celebrated the art of independent filmmaking and honored actress Marsha Mason with a lifetime achievement award.
Young, full of life and unconcerned about the future describes most adults in their 20s, but what happens when the idea of death is abruptly thrown at a member of this age group? The powerful film “50/50” takes a look at that very issue.
Recently, filmmakers have abused 3D like a child who discovers a new toy and refuses to play with anything else.
Galumpha, a performing group, combines acrobatics, visual effects, physical comedy and choreography to mix art and entertainment together in one show. The three performers, Andy Horowitz, Erin Stanley and Marlon Torres have, been featured on The Late Show with David Letterman, MTV, Showtime, A&E and more. The trio also won the Edinburgh Festival Critics’ Choice […]
In the wake of the announcement that the United States shuttle program will be coming to an end for the foreseeable future, the Houston Museum of Natural Science presents “Hubble 3D,” an IMAX movie.
The Houston International Festival hit Houston the third and fourth weekends of April, with this year’s focus again being on the Caribbean.