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Special Screenings for Tue., Nov. 10
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    Special Screenings

    Abominable (2019)

    Sponsored by Austin Asian American Film Festival. Tacodeli meals are available for preorder only, but concessions will be available at the screening. Read a full review of Abominable.
    Preorder Tacodeli by Nov. 10; screening Fri., Nov. 13, 6:30pm 
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    Special Screenings

    The Forbidden Shore (2016)

    Viva Cinema: Get access to the virtual screening of Ron Chapman's documentary on Cuban musicians and artists, then join the Bullock Museum and Cine Las Americas for a live conversation.
    Streaming daily Nov. 9-13; Q&A Thu., Nov. 12, 7:30pm 
    Online via www.thestoryoftexas.com
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Austin Jewish Film Festival

    Over 70 films are available to screen via the online platform through Friday. The closing night event on Thu., Nov. 12, is a drive-in screening at Dell Jewish Community Campus of the documentary Aulcie, about basketball legend Aulcie Perry.
    Through Fri., Nov. 13 
    Online via www.austinjff.org
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    Special Screenings

    Austin Polish Film Festival

    This year, APFF has taken most of the screenings to the virtual realm, offering two months of Polish features and documentaries online, as well three films co-presented with Austin Jewish Film Festival and a few screenings at Galaxy Highland.
    Through Dec. 31 
    Online via www.austinpolishfilm.com
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    Special Screenings

    Paramount Theatre Fall Auction

    Help ensure the theatre's Summer Classic Film Series can return by bidding on one of the auction's many items, including some very cool prints of artwork created for screenings of Psycho, The Lodger, and more.
    Through Fri., Nov. 13 
    Online via www.austintheatre.org
  • Community


    WIFT Hunt ATX

    You probably know about some of the local filming locations for Dazed and Confused, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Grindhouse, Friday Night Lights, and Office Space, but Women in Film & Television Austin is challenging you to visit them all. They've put together a handy map so you can hunt them all down, and to enter their scavenger hunt contest, post a selfie using #WIFTHuntATX and tag WIFT, or send it via email. You can also visit locations that aren't on the map if you're in the know. There are tons of cool prizes from local vendors, and all participants get a discount at the Gas Station in Bastrop. Get to hunting today; there are so many locations to visit!
    Through Nov. 12 
    Various locations; submit entries online

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