Downtown Houston's premiere special events space since 1990. It originally opened as the Ritz Theatrein 1926.
Aurora Picture ShowAurora Picture Show is a non-profit micro-cinema that presents artist-made, non-commercial film and video. It is dedicated to expanding the cinematic experience and promoting the understanding and appreciation of moving image art.
14 Pews is a 501(c)3 non-profit, art house located in in a 1924 church building in the Heights formerly occupied by Aurora Picture Show. The theatre provides regular screenings of indie films, alternative live performances, a reading and lecture series and sponsors an artist-in-residence program.
River Oaks Theatre Houston's sole remaining vintage theatre (1939) that still operates as a cinema.
Drafthouse Alamo West Oaks and Alamo
Theatre A historic restored 1935 theatre
in nearby Conroe, Texas.
1894 Opera House One of Texas oldest
Opera houses. Located in Galveston.
Sundance Cinema Located in the heart of downtown Houston.
Movie Grill City Centre and Copperfield
Cinema Grill Three Houston locations: Clear Lake, Conroe, and Missuori City/Sugarland
Tavern Deerbrook, Richey Road and Willowbrook
University Media Center 2030 Univesity Blvd.
of Fine Arts Houston MFAH film schedule
FM 2920, Hockley, Tx.
Theatre Owners Association, Inc.
resource for drive-in information
Theatre.org Home of The Drive-In Theatre
Theater.com Welcome to the drive-in theater!
Movie.com The focal point for Drive-ins
on the Internet
Theatre Workshop Brad Light's drive-in theatre
historical and technical forum
Rebel: Texas Drive-ins Open drive-ins
of Texas Press The University of Texas Press
publishes books and journals, both for a scholarly audience
and for the people of Texas.
While much of Houstons grand architectural past has
since been razed, it lives on at Story Sloanes Gallery.
Film Commission Helping film producers find
the locations and production resources that Houston has
Film Commission Assisting filmmakers
since 1971 with a complete range of film-related services
and facilities from pre- through post-production
Town, Cool City A treasure map of Houston's
hidden gems, presented
as a website and film
Creative Gish Creative offers real world
marketing results for business
petition to save the River Oaks Shopping Center and Alabama
Historical Society of America Records and
preserves the architectural, cultural, and social history
of American theatres
of Historic American Theatres (LHAT) An international
not-for-profit association founded in 1976 whose mission
is to advocate, support, promote and facilitate the rescue,
restoration, reuse and sustainability of historic theatres
and other heritage buildings used for cultural assembly
Theatre Organ Society (ATOS) Dedicated to
the preservation of a unique American art form the
theatre pipe organ and its music
Theatre Organ Society Local chapter
Theatres The Interstate Documentary Project
is a media initiative of Io Communications in Houston, Texas.
Treasures Non-profit website dedicated
to saving classic movie theaters
Antonio Theatres: Then and Now A website
that details a hundred-year history of movie theatres
in San Antonio.
Metropolitan Research Center (HMRC)
Houston Public Library
of the Texas Room
Supports the collections of the Texas and Local History
Department, the Archives and Manuscripts Department,
and the Special Collections Department of the Houston
Metropolitan Research Center of the Houston Public Library.
Heritage Society at Sam Houston Park
The Heritage Society is the city's only outdoor, interactive
historic museum and park, located in downtown Houston,
Its mission is to preserve the complete history of the
community and region through preservation and restoration
of historic structures, exhibition of historical artifacts
and presentation of education historic programs.
Bailey Studios Photographic Archive The
Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas
Houston Preservation Alliance The Greater
Houston Preservation Alliance (GHPA) promotes the preservation
and appreciation of Houston's architectural and cultural
History Association Promoting Houston
area history through education and as a resource for
existing educational institutions, historical organizations,
and archival groups.
Our Landmarks.org Save our Houston Historic
Landmarks is a grassroots organization made up of concerned
citizens, architects, theatre enthusiasts, and professional
Endowment Inc. A private philanthropic foundation
that improves life for the people of the greater Houston
Houston Archaeological and Historical Commission (HAHC)
The 11-member board, makes recommendations to
City Council on historic properties, reviews requests for
historic district designations, landmark and archaeological
Trust for Historic Preservation The National
Trust provides leadership, education, advocacy and resources
to save America's diverse historic places and revitalize
Design Alliance A non-profit organization
dedicated to the advancement of architecture, urban design,
and the built environment in the Houston region through
active and educational programs, and the publication of
Cite: The Architecture and Design Review of Houston.
Texas Preservation Texas preserves the historic
resources of Texas by direct action and by empowering individuals
and local and state organizations through education, communication,
advocacy and collaboration.
Farb Houston's premier volunteer fundraiser
and event creator, Carolyn Farb, exemplifies the essence
of public service and philanthropy.