Posted on · Episode: 3213 How a Chinese immigrant helped make one of Disney’s most beloved films. Today, we save Bambi.
Posted on · Unlike most Hollywood projects, the pandemic didn't slow down animation productions, yet it's changing significantly thanks to the internet and a new wave of creators producing your favorite toons.
Posted on · Director Charise Castro Smith shares her unguarded thoughts on what the success of Disney’s ENCANTO means for other minorities who crave to tell their own stories
Posted on · Literally Short will screen movies from all over the world and will also host after-parties, workshops on movie production, and art exhibitions.
Posted on · Houston Matters goes inside the annual Anime Matsuri convention, which is under a cloud of some controversy. As this controversy unfolds, the convention goes forward and is expected to draw thousands to the GRB over the coming days.
Posted on · A Houston filmmaker shares his process of animating paintings by a critically acclaimed artist Shiva Ahmadi.
Posted on · Brandon Ray is a Houston-based filmmaker who makes living telling stories through hand-crafted animation. In addition to short films, his production company has completed projects with nationally syndicated programs for Amazon Studios, the Disney Channel and Sesame Street. Here, in an excerpt from Houston Public Media’s Arts InSight, Rays talks about his work and how […]
Posted on · There's a new database documenting the deaths of Texas citizens in two types of situations: deaths as a result of encounters with law enforcement (such as the use of deadly force) and deaths that occur while in law enforcement custody (such as in jail or in prison). The database, called the Texas Justice Initiative, says […]
Posted on · Katy Anderson and Patrick Medrano, a photographer and a multimedia artist, respectively, are a married couple that produce collaborative artworks ranging from painting and sculpture to stop-motion animation. In a recent conversation on Houston Public Media’s Arts InSight, the couple talked about their process, their inspiration and their artistic trajectory.
Posted on · Last week (August 9, 2016), Rice University's Kinder Institute for Urban Research released a report highlighting the current financial state of Houston's pensions. The report lays out why the city's unfunded liabilities are growing, and offers options for reform (though it does not make any recommendations about those options). On this edition of Houston Matters, […]
Posted on · We look at the inspiration and the mystery behind a married couple's artistic collaboration.
Posted on · Brandon Ray makes a living telling stories through hand-crafted animation.