Set your DVR for the rebroadcast of “Art of Architecture” on HoustonPBS, Ch. 8. A program of Texas Foundation for the Arts. Executive Producers Kim Lykins and James Bailey. Production and post production at Fast Cut Films. Mark Susman, director of photography. For more information please contact www.houstonpbs.org.
Fast Cut Films started production on the third episode of Houston Arts Television featuring the new Asia Society Texas Center building designed by renowned Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi. The film will give the viewer a behind the scene view of the beauty, planning and meticulous design of the building. A program of Texas Foundation for the Arts, www.texarts.org. Executive producers James Bailey and Kim Lykins. The film is slated to air later this year. Please check back for updates and announcements.
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On August 23, 2011, Fast Cut Films was in attendance with Harris County officials, historians, downtown office workers and local citizens for the dedication and ribbon cutting for the grand re-opening of the historic 1910 Harris County Courthouse in downtown Houston. This short clip highlights a few the unique features of the restored building. The clip also features scenes from footage we shot in 2004 prior to the demolition and remodel. Camera placement was carefully matched to help illustrate the profound changes. Stay tuned for the rest of the story. Texas Foundation for the Arts, in association with Sunset Productions and Fast Cut Films, is producing a PBS television documentary about the history and the restoration of the 1910 Harris County Courthouse. For more information and historical fact about the 1910 Courthouse please visit www.discovertexashistory.com
Fast Cut Films is currently in production on the second episode of Houston Arts Television series titled “The Art of Architecture.” In this installment of the TV series, the artistry and enduring legacy of Houston’s architectural treasures come to life as we shine a camera lens on both the aesthetics and the historical, geographical, political, religious, economic forces that shaped them. A project of Texas Foundation for the Arts. Underwriters include Architecture Center Houston, AIA Houston, Houston Arts Alliance.
For more information please contact Kim Lykins, Executive Director, Texas Foundation for the Arts.