Free Color at MFAH's Latin Wave: New Films from Latin America


Free Color comes back to MFAH this Spring as part of the official selection of the festival Latin Wave: New Films from Latin America.


Carlos Cruz-Diez and Director Alberto Arvelo during the filming of Free Color. Photo by Rafael Guillén / Articruz, courtesy of Karibanna Content

If you are in Houston, don’t miss this opportunity to see a new and rich selection of films from Latin America and meet internationally acclaimed filmmakers and producers who will be at the rendezvous to present and discuss their films. An intimate event that allows the direct dialogue and understanding of contemporary filmmaking in Latin America.

Based on Carlos Cruz-Diez's ultimate quest: freeing color from form, this documentary directed by Alberto Arvelo is an intriguing conversation on the boundaries of color and the relationship between art and science. A delightful journey into the creative process and the challenges the artist faced to continue pushing the limits of his creativity. If you are in Houston, don’t miss it!


For more information on the Festival and the complete film selection, visit MFAH's website.



WHAT

Free Color


Directed by Alberto Arvelo (USA/France/Venezuela, 2020, 70 min., in Spanish, English, and French with English subtitles)


WHEN Screening on Thursday, April 21, and Sunday, April 24, 2022


WHERE

Latin Wave: New Films from Latin America

Lynn Wyatt Theater, Nancy and Rich Kinder Building

1001 Bissonnet St, Houston, TX 77005, United States


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For more information, visit MFAH's website


Watch the trailer