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Traveling Through Time at the Speed of Life
Have you ever had the sneaking suspicion that the universe has been broken ever since David Bowie died? Liz Manashil, director of time travel romance Speed of Life, has the same feeling.

12:30PM Wed. Aug. 28, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Traveling Through Time at the Speed of Life
 
One in a Crowd: A Stray Dog's Ruff Life
If there are two things Austin is known for, it's loving films and loving dogs. There's a new documentary that combines both, and its looking for your crowdfunding help right now.

11:30AM Wed. Aug. 28, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Behind the Camera With the Capital City Black Film Festival
If there's a theme to this year's Capital City Black Film Festival, executive director Winston G. Williams points to the name of one of this year's panels: The Power of Film to Impact Change.

7:02AM Wed. Aug. 28, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

aGLIFF Review: Transfinite
Trans joy, trans love, and trans lives are “as limitless as nature itself,” as the words under Transfinite read in this film’s title sequence.

12:21PM Mon. Aug. 26, Nick Yeager Read More | Comment »

aGLIFF Review: A Dog Barking at the Moon
In the first scenes of this film, there is a great deal that we do not know. We do not know that a main character will go on to join a cult. We do not know of the pain and cruelty cycling through her family. We do not know that the film will dissolve into a dreamlike masterpiece, a playwright’s magic captured on camera.

11:59AM Mon. Aug. 26, Nick Yeager Read More | Comment »

How The Pulse Nightclub Massacre Transformed "Conversion Therapist"
Conversion therapy - the quack science practice of using psychological and sometimes even physical torture to try to change a person's sexuality - is only explicitly restricted by law or statute in 18 states and a handful of cities. That's more horrifying than anything in "Conversion Therapy," the dark short screening at aGLIFF tonight.

7:00PM Fri. Aug. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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Terrence Malick's A Hidden Life Revealed at Austin Film Festival
2019 is a bumper year for Austin filmmakers, with releases from three of the highest-profile directors (Robert Rodriguez, Richard Linklater, and Ric Roman Waugh) so far. Now Austin Film Festival debuts the latest from a fourth, as Terrence Malick's A Hidden Life leads the list of titles announced for this year's festival.

9:00AM Fri. Aug. 23, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

First Look at the Austin-Made Comedy-Musical Sister Aimee
Get ready for a glimpse at one of the wildest, weirdest, wooliest movies to come from Austin, as the first trailer for faith healer comedy Sister Aimee has arrived.

12:00PM Thu. Aug. 22, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

The Anton Yelchin We Thought We Knew
When Anton Yelchin died, it was like a shockwave went through the film industry. This wasn't the normal celebrity death, the "Oh, taken so young" response. It was a moment of anger and frustration about the loss of someone on the cusp of something extraordinary. And it was also the realization that there would never be another Anton Yelchin film.

7:50PM Wed. Aug. 21, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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