作者：世界名人网特约报道 记者晓帆 录入于 January 25, 2012 at 14:46:23:
世界名人网讯 由大陆名导冯小刚和其夫人徐帆合作，由当时的唐山市委书记赵勇（如今的河北省委第一副书记）作总策划的电影《唐山大地震》将于1月30日晚7时在休斯顿美术馆(Museum of Fine Arts, Houston)上映,地点在1001 Bissonnet Houston, Texas 77005，中文配音，英文字母。普通票7元， 学生6元，联系电话：713-639-7594。
"Movies Houstonians Love"
Y. Ping Sun came to Rice University in 2004 with her husband David W. Leebron, Rice´s seventh president. A native of Shanghai, China, Ping attended Beijing Languages University and was offered a full scholarship to Princeton University, where she graduated cum laude. She received a J.D. from Columbia University School of Law, and practiced law in New York. Ping currently is of counsel at the law firm Yetter Coleman LLP and serves Rice as a University Representative in numerous roles on campus and in the Houston community. She is also one of the 2012 ABC-13 Women of Distinction.
Films are screened in Brown Auditorium Theater, located inside the Caroline Wiess Law building at 1001 Bissonnet, between Main and Montrose. Visit www.mfah.org/film or call 713.639.7515 for more information.
Y. Ping Sun´s Favorite Film:
Directed by Xiaogang Feng
(China, 2010, 135 min., in Mandarin with English subtitles)
Monday, January 30, 7:00 p.m.
Introduced by Ping Sun, Rice University Representative
Aftershock is an epic story of a family separated as a result of the great Tangshan earthquake of 1976, which claimed 255,000 lives, injured 160,000, and destroyed 650,000 Chinese homes. Seven-year-old twins are trapped beneath the rubble, prompting rescue workers to believe that freeing one child will most likely kill the other. The siblings´s mother has to make the agonizing decision which child to save.
Tickets: General admission is $7. MFAH members, students with ID, and seniors receive $1 discount. The MFAH Films box office accepts payment by cash, check, and credit card. Purchase tickets in advance at www.mfah.org/film, in the museum lobbies, or at the box office.
Film Buffs is the museum´s patron group for movie lovers. Call 713-639-7594 or visit www.mfah.org/films/film-buffs for more information. Dues start at $85 and benefits include free passes to sneak-preview screenings of new films, discounted admission to MFAH Films, and more! MFAH members are eligible for a discount on the annual dues.
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