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Mike Keegan and Jay Wertzler, the organizers behind The First (and Probably Last) Feline Film and Video Festival for Humans, assure us they are not a) making fun of cat videos or b) trying to piss off PETA. Keegan says the festival is actually meant to indulge what seems to be our collective … Full…

Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley spent eight years filming the documentary Battle for Brooklyn. That’s not quite as long as Richard Linklater spent on Boyhood, but it’s still quite an investment. The film, which opens the 4th Annual ArCH Film Festival: Architecture Meets… Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

Business, politics seize new market at Pride Festival Tents for more than 100 different businesses, political organizations, nonprofits and activism groups lined Yoakum and Commonwealth in Montrose for Houston Pride Saturday- a signal of the growing interest in reaching Houston's LGBT demographic. Full News here – Read more on Chron.com

iFest It’s hard to believe that the Houston International Festival was once just a street fair in front of Jones Hall and the Alley Theatre, but that’s only one wrinkle in a fascinating history that stretches back to 1971. iFest has been all over the city, from Main Street downtown… Full News here – Houston…

The Houston International Festival focuses on Australia this year, and as part of the celebration, several films are being screened in the iFest Inaugural Film Festival. This week it’s Priscilla Queen of the Desert, the story of a group of cross-dressing performers who tour the Austra… Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, both of which publish special daily issues at the major international festivals, may be the most famous movie trade magazines. But every morning at any of these festivals, including Berlin, most critics I know – and probably plenty of indust… Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

Popular Houston food truck festival returning in spring Festival goers will find plenty of entertainment options, like a Houston Dynamo interactive area, a Mardi Gras-style performance by Craig Kinsey, and an acoustic performance by Ancient Cat Society. There will also be up close skating demonstrations by … Full News here – Read more on Houston Business…

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