http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziRIF0kWOJs&feature=youtu.be Fantastic Fest has released the final lineup for its 10th anniversary, with world premieres of David Yarovesky’s “The Hive,” as well as screenings of “Horns,” “The Town That Dreaded Sundown,” “It Follows,” “Everly” and “Open Windows.
Art gallery, poster maker and geek-culture retailer Mondo and its parent company Alamo Drafthouse announced Thursday its programming lineup of panels and screening events for MondoCon, which will run the first weekend of Fantastic Fest (Sept.
Austin director David Gordon Green is teaming up with Austin actress Sandra Bullock for a political dramedy titled “Our Brand Is Crisis,” a fictional remake of a 2005 documentary about how James Carville and his band of consultants helped elect an unpopular candidate in a 2003 Bolivian election, Variety reports.
The Austin Gay & Lesbian International Film Festival announced its lineup today, with screenings of three high-profile documentaries: “Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine,” “Regarding Susan Sontag” and “Dior and I.
Good silver screen news for students in burnt orange: In its fourth annual ranking of the nation's top 25 film schools, the Hollywood Reporter has named the University of Texas at Austin's Department of Radio-Television-Film the tenth best place to start your cinematic career.
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