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In this satirical portrayal of the entertainment industry, Rachel Jensen, a quirky but ambitious young filmmaker attempts to pitch her idea
Nia On Vacation
Escape is relative.
Help the Texas Theatre get Digital Cinema (DCP)!
The historic Texas Theatre needs to add DCP to keep offering the best new and repertory films.
Building the American Dream
In the deadliest state for construction, undocumented workers fight for reform of the Texas industry while under the threat of deportation.
The End of the Road
"They wanted to be part of the 'back to the land', 'flower child' movement, eh. They had no clue. These were city kids.”
Frustrated by her eccentric mother's care-free role as grandmother, her adult daughter unravels their complicated past over dinner.
The Black Cowboy
History You Cannot Hide
A couple journeys up the California coastline, exploring their history and undeniable connection.
An adopted Hispanic teenager looks for his birth family in an attempt to find his place of belonging.
Zen is Now: The Kwan Um School of Zen Today
Where the Kwan Um School of Zen is today
A drama about those moments of childhood that never leave us.
the Harlem Independent Theater!
A cinema and event space with a cafe-bar coming to West Harlem summer 2015.