our generous sponsor - Onion Creek Cafe!
our generous sponsor St. Arnolds!
Saturday Mar 7
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
filmmakers will be in attendance and will lead a Q&A after screening!
This documentary focuses on French master Francois Truffaut’s playfulness as a visual storyteller, and includes excerpts from his films. As the most popular and successful French film director ever, his main themes were passion, women, childhood and faithfulness.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: VideoFest celebrated its 27th year in 2014! VideoFest is now the oldest and largest video festival in the United States, and continues to garner critical and popular acclaim. Since 1986, Video Fest has specialized in independent, alternative, and non-commercial media, presenting hard-to-find works rarely seen on television, in movie theaters, or elsewhere, despite their artistic excellence and cultural and social relevance.
ABOUT OUR SPONSORS: 14 Pews is a nonprofit passionate about enriching lives through the positive, transformational power of the arts, education, and community outreach. Founded in 2010 by Houston filmmaker, Cressandra Thibodeaux, it is housed in a 1924 wooden church which was converted into an art house. Women In Film & Television Houston (WIFTH) is a non-profit membership organization chartered in 1995 dedicated to helping women reach their highest level of achievement in television, film, and other moving-image media. Corsair Media Productions is a video production company run by John Dean Alfone that specializes in independent filmmaking as well as production services for companies looking to adopt a cutting-edge image. Most recently, his 1950s period piece “The Arnold Chronicles” was screened at the Dallas Video Festival.
Big Thanks to our guest programmer, John Alfone! And Big Thanks to the generous food and beer donations from Onion Creek and St. Arnolds Brewing Company!