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From the 40 Acres to East Austin
East Austin is changing, and armed with video cameras and questions, Radio, Television, and Film students at the University of Texas are bearing witness to this change through the East Austin Stories program.

7:00AM Sat. May 19, Mae Hamilton Read More | Comment »

Paramount Gets Ready for Summer
Is it really summer already? Near enough, and so the Paramount has just released its full listing for the best primer to film history you can dream of: the 43rd Paramount Summer Classic Film Series.

4:00PM Tue. May 15, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Lights, Camera, Camping!
Summer. Camp. What memories those two words conjure. Maybe your first kiss, in a canoe, by the dock, under that impossibly white rabbit in the moon, with the leaves rustling in a perfect breeze. Capturing the flag, short-sheeting your bunkmate’s bed, evading snapping turtles while fishing Huck Finn style in the tall grass by the shore.

1:00PM Fri. May 11, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

Coralie Fargeat Gets Revenge on the Male Gaze
Revenge, the debut feature by French director Coralie Fargeat, has been lauded for upending the grisly rape-revenge genre. But for Fargeat, seeing it solely through that prism focuses too narrowly on one facet. "For me, this is not just about the rape. It is more about the male gaze in general."

8:00AM Fri. May 11, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Mark Duplass: Brothers, Netflix, Respect, and Kindness
Mark and Jay Duplass were into streaming services before most indie filmmakers saw the potential - and not just for distribution. Selling their first feature, The Puffy Chair, to the film site was important, Mark said, "but buying Netflix shares allowed us to make a few more Puffy Chairs on our own dime."

7:00AM Wed. May 9, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Tony Gilroy to Receive Austin Film Festival Honor
Tony Gilroy is synonymous with blurring the line between smart action films and edgy political dramas. As the producer of House of Cards, writer of the Bourne trilogy, and director of Michael Clayton, he's been omnipresent as a creative force and script fixer. Now he's Austin Film Festival's latest honoree.

11:35AM Tue. May 8, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Cine Las Americas Review: Niñas Araña
Niñas Araña (Spider Thieves) follows three teenage girls who live in Toma de Peñalolén, known as the largest shanty town in Chile. The three girls long for the lives that belong to the “upper-class” Chileans living in Santiago – a city that looms over their community like an inaccessible paradise.

12:31PM Mon. May 7, Austin Sanders Read More | Comment »

Cine Las Americas Review: Arábia
Arábia (Araby) is not a story. Instead, this sad road trip around Minas Gerais in Brazil is a story about stories, with a narrator that never realizes his self-appointed task.

11:45AM Mon. May 7, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Cine Las Americas Review: Vigilia
In her follow-up to 2016's fantastical Un Plan Perfector, director Julieta Ledesma has created the stunning beautiful and unabashedly avant garde Vigilia (Being Awake).

11:00AM Mon. May 7, Mae Hamilton Read More | Comment »

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