Czech That Film Texas April Film Series

We are thrilled to partner with Big Day Pictures, UT-Austin Center For European Studies and UT CREEES. This 11th Annual Czech That Film Texas brings the best of Czech contemporary cinema to Austin, Dallas and San Marcos in April. The festival is committed to exhibiting films that not only expose participants to Czech culture, but also enlighten audiences, bring people together, and present inspired entertainment for all. ...   read full post »

posted on 4/12/2022


SaddleUp – Texas Ranching Tradition

SaddleUp—Texas Ranching Tradition! featuring photography by Joe Vitone and a film by Lori Najvar is a celebratory examination that honors hard-working Texas family ranchers, their lifestyles, and their gritty work. They have been instrumental in shaping American ranch practices. National Ranch...   read full post »

posted on 2/25/2022


Texas Czechs: Rooted In Tradition

Texas Czechs: Rooted in Tradition is a multimedia exhibition that celebrates the prevailing traditions of the Texas Czech community and is permanently at Czech Center Houston. Czech culture has played an instrumental role in shaping the iconic Texas landscape and its sights, sounds, and tastes can ...   read full post »

posted on 8/21/2016


The Grove, Texas

The story of the The Grove, Texas town is an important piece of Texas history. In 1972, Moody Anderson, a good-natured cowboy collector of offbeat treasures, bought an abandoned town located southeast of Gatesville, and brought it back to life. In the film The Grove, Texas Moody faces the heart-wren...   read full post »

posted on 1/20/2013


The Auctioneer Project

“Going, Going, Gone!–Story of the Auctioneer” is an educational film and exhibit that highlights the excitement of the auction process, the education of the professional auctioneer, and most importantly the advantages that an auction offers in the management of business and persona...   read full post »

posted on 1/20/2011