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Special Screenings for Wed., April 7
  • The 6th Indie Meme Film Festival

    Join the 6th Annual (and 2nd Virtual) Indie Meme Film Festival for two weekends of the best of South Asian Cinema. 25 Films, 7 Countries, 16 Languages, Filmmaker Panels, Live Q&As, Parties, Performances, and so much more!
    Apr. 16-18 & 23-25  
    Indie Meme
SPACES
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    #Uploading_Holocaust (2016)

    A narrative created by weaving together parts of the 20,000 clips uploaded to YouTube by young Israelis visiting Poland to learn about the Holocaust. Presented by Austin Jewish Film Festival and Shalom Austin as part of their Yom HaShoa programs, and donations go to the Blue Card Fund, a nonprofit organization providing financial assistance to destitute Holocaust survivors in the U.S.
    April 3-10. Free, but donations appreciated. 
    Online: www.austinjff.org
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    Jurassic Park (1993)

    CMW shows a film in the biergarten each Wednesday with a bonus of free popcorn and a reverse happy hour with specials on burgers, pizza, and tasty brews. Read a full review of Jurassic Park.
    Wed., April 7, 8pm 
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    Syndrome K (2021)

    The true story about a highly contagious, highly fictitious disease created by three Roman Catholic doctors during the Holocaust to hide Jews in a Vatican-affiliated hospital. Presented by Austin Jewish Film Festival and Shalom Austin as part of their Yom HaShoa programs, and donations go to the Blue Card Fund, a nonprofit organization providing financial assistance to destitute Holocaust survivors in the U.S.
    Film available April 3-10; Q&A Sun., April 11, 2pm. Free, but donations appreciated. 
    Online: www.austinjff.org
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    Villains Wear Black Presents

    This locally produced show, inspired by the likes of MTV’s 120 Minutes and USA Network’s Night Flight, offers a variety of music videos, live performances, and interviews. Created by Austin musician and artist Rona Rougeheart, who co-hosts/co-produces with Curse Mackey, it's a mind-expanding exploration of art, film, music, animation, and fashion. See it online, on Austin Public channel 16, or search "Austin Public" on AppleTV, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV Stick.
    Wednesdays, 10pm 
    www.villainswearblack.online
BULLOCK MUSEUM IMAX
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    "Into America's Wild" (2020)

    Laser IMAX 2D. From Oregon's stunning coast to the ancient canyons of the Southwest, from the wilds of Alaska to the Appalachian Trail, explore the scenic byways, ancient homelands, secret gems and hidden trails of America's great outdoors, and discover the human connection we all share with the secret wonders of nature.
    Wed., April 7, 2pm 
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    "Turtle Odyssey"

    Laser Imax 3D. Russell Crowe narrates this doc following the life cycle of an Australian green sea turtle named Bunji and her journey across the ocean.
    Wed., April 7, 12pm 
FESTIVALS
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    Indie Meme Film Festival

    It's the second weekend of the fest, featuring a curated selection of features and shorts from across South Asia, filmmaker panels, and the closing night awards ceremony.
    April 23-25 
    Online: www.indiememe.org
OFFSCREEN
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    The Office Murder Mystery Parody

    It's the last week to catch Paramount's The Office-themed interactive, immersive show. Starting at the State Theatre, participants will walk short distances to find clues to solve the mystery of the Scranton Strangler.
    Through April 25 
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    World's Smallest Video Store

    Blue Starlite has opened the World’s Smallest Video Store, which operates more like a "take a penny, leave a penny" tray or little free library. Choose a film and bring it back at your leisure, and if you've got something to add, great! Find it in front of Blue Starlite Mueller.
    March 16-April 20 

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