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The Golden Age of Industrial Musicals Shines Anew at the Alamo Drafthouse
From roughly the 1950s to the 1980s, corporate America commissioned tremendous numbers of lavish Broadway-style shows about sales and service for industry conventions that weren’t open to the public. Some of those shows, though, were filmed. Yes, and – Guess who’s got a collection of those films?

11:30AM Fri. Jul. 29, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

The Golden Age of Industrial Musicals Shines Anew at the Alamo Drafthouse
 
VIDEO: Playing Pokémon Go at the Texas Capitol
Just how beloved is Pokémon Go? Well, people love it enough to venture to the Capitol grounds in the Texas heat, mingle with other players, and hope for an encounter with one of those elusive virtual creatures.

5:04PM Thu. Jul. 28, James Renovitch Read More | Comment »

Mondo Con: The Third Coming
Mondo may as well just change their name to "Shut Up and Take My Money." The Austin-based print and collectibles company just announced that it'll be landing the Mondo Con festival mothership again.

3:00PM Wed. Jul. 27, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

aGLIFF Drops Lineup
The Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival offers audiences a chance to discover new LGBTQ+ films that most wouldn’t normally be able to catch on the big screen. Ticket holders will have more than 55 short films and over 30 feature films to choose from. This year's aGLIFF occurs September 8-11 at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar.

2:20PM Wed. Jul. 27, Dan Gray Read More | Comment »

Do You Accept The Invitation?
Just because you're paranoid, that doesn't mean they're not out to get you. That, according to director Karyn Kusama, is a core component of the creeping dread behind psychodrama The Invitation. She said, "For me, it was just about the notion of vigilance."

9:00AM Tue. Jul. 26, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

SXSW Announces Keynotes, First Speakers
So SXSW has just made its major announcement about huge changes for badgeholders, and what exactly those badges will get them into. Now they've put out the first roundup of speakers, with massive names from science, politics, technology, TV, music, and sports.

10:00AM Mon. Jul. 25, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Cracking the Mighty Coconut
People come back from Belize with strange mementos. Christina and Lucas Martell came back with a laptop full of sand, an animated short, and the beginnings of an animation company.

11:45AM Fri. Jul. 22, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Astraea Sees the Future
"Two years ago, it felt like every other movie was a zombie apocalypse movie." That was the challenge for director Kristjan Thor when he started work on Astraea, to find a new take on the end of the world.

11:50AM Wed. Jul. 20, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

I Like to Watch: Plugging Into Season 2 of Mr. Robot
There has always been a smart-ass didacticism lurking in the shadows of Mr. Robot (which premiered its first two season 2 episodes last week on USA).

12:15PM Tue. Jul. 19, Jacob Clifton Read More | Comment »

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