Richard Whittaker

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Pandemic Production: One Year Later ...
Pandemic Production: One Year Later ...
The Austin film and TV scene has come back strong, but can that return be sustained?

Screens, July 8, 2021

Pandemic Production, One Year Later: Aaron B. Koontz, Co-founder, Paper Street Pictures
Aaron B. Koontz, Co-founder, Paper Street Pictures
Then: "I'm lucky to have two movies coming out. I can't complain too much."
Now: "Next thing I know, we had six films in post."

Screens, July 8, 2021

Pandemic Production, One Year Later: Brad Graeber, CEO, Powerhouse Animation
Brad Graeber, CEO, Powerhouse Animation
Then: "We have more pitches and more interest than we ever have had."
Now: "We're on the verge of a social experiment of going back into the office."

Screens, July 8, 2021

Blue Starlite Makes the Big Screen Bigger Downtown
Blue Starlite Makes the Big Screen Bigger Downtown
New releases, DCP coming as drive-in extends lease

Screens, July 7, 2021

<i>Masters of the Universe: Revelation</i> Trailer Threatens All Life
Masters of the Universe: Revelation Trailer Threatens All Life
More details on the new show from Kevin Smith and Powerhouse

Screens, July 2, 2021

Passing in America: Colman Domingo on Complex Identities in <i>Zola</i>
Passing in America: Colman Domingo on Complex Identities in Zola
The character actor cracks open the life of a villainous pimp

Screens, July 2, 2021

What Next for the Former Alamo Ritz Location?
What Next for the Former Alamo Ritz Location?
After the Alamo, an unclear future for the historic Downtown cinema

Screens, July 1, 2021

After the Pandemic at the Alamo Drafthouse
After the Pandemic at the Alamo Drafthouse
New management, new owners: Can the Austin movie chain retain what made it special?

Screens, July 1, 2021

What the Drafthouse Has Been Up To, From A to Z
What the Drafthouse Has Been Up To, From A to Z
Tim League breaks down what’s happening with everything Drafthouse-related that’s not a cinema

Screens, July 1, 2021

Tribeca Film Festival Review: <i>Ultrasound</i>
Tribeca Film Festival Review: Ultrasound
Brain-twisting SF drama questions who you believe you are

Screens, June 27, 2021

Revew: Too Late
Too Late
Standup comedy can be murder in this stage-set satire

Movie Review, June 25, 2021

Revew: Werewolves Within
Werewolves Within
Howlingly hilarious lycanthrope comedy is a shaggy whodunnit

Movie Review, June 25, 2021

Revew: My Heart Can't Beat Unless You Tell It To
My Heart Can't Beat Unless You Tell It To
Modern vampire horror crumbles to reveal a tragedy of codependence

Movie Review, June 25, 2021

Revew: Siberia
Siberia
Dafoe and Ferrara head to the frozen north

Movie Review, June 25, 2021

Fantastic Fest Returns ... In the Flesh
Fantastic Fest Returns ... In the Flesh
Alamo Drafthouse's genre celebration, coming to a cinema soon

Screens, June 22, 2021

Austin Cinemaker Space Reopens For the Community
Austin Cinemaker Space Reopens For the Community
Collaborative studio/workspace charts a post-pandemic future

Screens, June 22, 2021

Tribeca Film Festival Interview: <i>Fathom</i>
Tribeca Film Festival Interview: Fathom
Austin filmmakers travel to where the whales sing

Screens, June 18, 2021

Tribeca Film Festival Review: <i>7 Days</i>
Tribeca Film Festival Review: 7 Days
Rom com plays perfectly with the tools Harry and Sally left behind

Screens, June 17, 2021

Revew: The Sparks Brothers
The Sparks Brothers
Edgar Wright reveals the wonderful, mysterious Mael brothers

Movie Review, June 18, 2021

ATX Screen News: E3, AFS, and More
ATX Screen News: E3, AFS, and More
AFS Cinema reopening, Arkane Studios' vampire nightmare, and the return of Hypnotic

Screens, June 17, 2021

AAAFF Review: <i>Mogul Mowgli</i>
AAAFF Review: Mogul Mowgli
Riz Ahmed's second musical journey of identity retains its power

Screens, June 16, 2021

First Look: Arkane Studios Austin's <i>Redfall</i>
First Look: Arkane Studios Austin's Redfall
Vampire-killing coop game coming to Xbox, PC next year

Screens, June 16, 2021

Tribeca Film Festival Review: <i>Accepted</i>
Tribeca Film Festival Review: Accepted
The education scandal that put the lie to TM Landry's success

Screens, June 15, 2021

Tribeca Film Festival Review: <i>No Man of God</i>
Tribeca Film Festival Review: No Man of God
Latest Bundy biopic is a portrait of the investigator

Screens, June 15, 2021

Back to the Screens for the Lake Travis Film Festival
Back to the Screens for the Lake Travis Film Festival
Sophomore celebration of indie film opens the new era of in-person film festivals

Screens, June 10, 2021

Revew: Censor
Censor
British video nasty throwback finds the real danger was in the cuts

Movie Review, June 11, 2021

Revew: In the Heights
In the Heights
An explosion of dance and song in this vibrant stage-to-screen adaptation

Movie Review, June 11, 2021

Revew: Occupation: Rainfall
Occupation: Rainfall
Part two of the Australian alien invasion epic

Movie Review, June 11, 2021

Luke Wilson Plays a Long and Lonely Game in <i>12 Mighty Orphans</i>
Luke Wilson Plays a Long and Lonely Game in 12 Mighty Orphans
The story behind the period drama about Texas' most unlikely high school football heroes

Screens, June 10, 2021

Must-See Programming From the ATX Television Festival
Must-See Programming From the ATX Television Festival
10 nights of TV from the fest's 10th (and virtual) season

Screens, June 10, 2021

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