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Panic Fest Review: An Unquiet Grave
Grief is a vortex. It doesn't seem so bad if you're at the periphery, but its pull is still there. Once you're in its grasp, you have no clear direction out, and the path into its swirling, disorienting grasp seems inevitable.

8:02PM Tue. Apr. 13, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Panic Fest Review: The Whooper Returns
Stories outlive reality, even when that reality is tragedy. This was re-enforced in March, when Ron DeFeo died.

12:37PM Tue. Apr. 13, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Review: You'll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey
One useful rule of thumb in politics might be: When you’re defending yourself against charges of racism, try not to engage in more of it.

10:00AM Tue. Apr. 13, Michael King Read More | Comment »

Panic Fest Review: Night Drive
Remember ride shares? Panic Fest selection Night Drive does.

9:20AM Tue. Apr. 13, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Austin Film Society Opens AFS Grant
The Austin Film Society Grants have been lifechanging for Texas filmmakers since they were founded in 1996 as the Texas Filmmakers Production Fund. Now AFS has opened up for applications for this years grants for feature films in development and in production.

5:00PM Mon. Apr. 12, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Ali Holder Confronts Privilege & Violence in Video Series
Ali Holder’s Uncomfortable Truths delivered a breakthrough for the local singer-songwriter last spring – one overshadowed by a pandemic. To celebrate the album’s first birthday, she’s releasing a video series of its four “Speak” interludes, which thematically thread the hard confessional truths she confronts throughout the LP.

11:55AM Mon. Apr. 12, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

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Czech That Film Festival Returns To Austin
Here in the States, you may think it unlikely to find a curated selection of Czech cinema available to audiences – and you’d largely be right. That’s why the mission statement of the Czech That Film Festival, now in their tenth year, is to bring the biggest and best films from the Czech Republic to American audiences.

11:30AM Mon. Apr. 12, Trace Sauveur Read More | Comment »

Into the Woods, In Search of Sator
Sator is real. At least, that's what June Peterson believed. It was her belief in a spirit that communicated with her that became the core of Sator, the supernatural woodland horror created by her grandson, Jordan Graham.

12:30PM Sat. Apr. 10, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Select Austin Public Library Locations to Reopen on May 10
The library has always been a quiet place, but it has never been completely silent, that is, until 2020 rolled around. For a long, lonely year, the stacks have sat unbrowsed, and the books have remained idle in their well-ordered positions.

10:00AM Sat. Apr. 10, Vivie Behrens Read More | Comment »

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