Asia Society Texas Center hosts a series of movie screenings outdoors on the museum's front lawn, featuring Asian and Asian-American films. Spanning decades, genres, and cultures, the Front Lawn Film Nights series showcases groundbreaking filmmakers and artists who have made their mark in popular cinema. To Be Takei traces the impact of actor and activist George Takei, following his journey from his childhood internment at a Japanese location camp through his Hollywood career and long-time activism. Looking beyond the fame he found in his portrayal of Sulu in Star Trek, the 2014 documentary highlights Takei's work in standing up for the Japanese American and LGBTQ communities and his journey to becoming an unexpected social media sensation—with the support of his husband, Brad. Admission $40 for a pod of four people $30 for members. Order tickets or get more information. An optional popcorn and candy package for two is $10.