The Houston Cinema Arts Festival will expand to a full week this year, Nov. 12-19. In addition to its traditional emphasis on arts-related programming, the seventh annual event will focus on films related to space and NASA, as well as local and regional productions.

Music, again, will play a big role during the festival. “Sir Doug and the Genuine Texas Cosmic Groove,” the debut film by writer Joe Nick Patoski, looks at the music and life of legend Doug Sahm. When Sahm died in 1999, he left a remarkable body of work that effortlessly fused various types of music into a pan-Texas style of his own.

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