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FUHA (in mannerly circles stands for Finding Underground Houston Attractions) is a bi-weekly web show about Houston made entirely by four UH students who love this city. Join us as we venture the massiveness that is Bayou City and find all that there is to do in art, music, food, movies and general funnness!

FUHA is the arts and entertainment department of 1394, a subsidiary of El Gato Media Network.

*spoiler alerts* Taking Place in Afghanistan after the removal of the Taliban, this documentary tells the story about the development of TOLO TV, a broadcasting station within the city of Kabul. With Afghanistan having very underdeveloped areas and having been repressed by The Taliban for a number of years, there …

Web typography can be a very tricky thing to deal with. Often times people who don’t know much about typography will not know there is a wide variety of typographic features within typefaces. There are things known as small caps, old style numbers, different character sets for different languages. There …

EGMN’s entertainment department will be bringing you live updates from the South by South West conference in Austin Texas. Look forward to articles, photographs and early movie reviews in the coming days.

RZA says he’s not like the Blacksmith, the titular character from his debut kung fu film The Man with the Iron Fists (TMWIF). After sitting with him for thirty minutes along with several other Houston media outlets at Warehouse Live, I’d have to disagree. Although a very funny and nice guy in person, …

The best horror films remind us about how terrifying the mundane world can be. There is horror in the unknown, but greater horror when things reside within the realm of possibility. Director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s Intruders tips its toe between the supernatural and ordinary to nice effect in what has …

    Anisha Virani checks out the latest nokia has to offer in the Nokia Lab domes at the SXSW conference in Austin, Texas. Watch as she gets informed on the Carl Ziess Lens inside, the speedy software and the over all specs of the phones.

When you think movie festivals the types of movies that come to mind are normally documentaries or movies that examine some deep point of human interest. While those are all well and good (Brooklyn Castle has been one of my favorite documentaries far at the festival) The Raid: Redemption was …

    Have you ever wanted to make a film but don’t have a script for it?  SXSW held a panel for those of you who want to.  The panel included the moderator of Strike Anywhere, Barry Jenkins, actress, director, and editor, Amy Seimetz, Film Editor, Nat Sanders, and the …

    When you find me is the culmination of a large scale photography contest known as Project Imagin8ion where 8 finalists are selected from almost 100,000 thousand submissions world wide. Each photo won a different category such as setting, time, character, mood, relationship and more to help inspire a …

  The Source is a film documentary directed Jodi Wille and  Maria Demopoulos. The film interviews members of The Source family, a religious and spirtual group that developed out of the early seventies from a restaurant called The Source and takes the viewer on a journey into the happenings and …