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Special Screenings for Sat., March 25
  • Blood of the Ancient Vine Film Screening

    Discover the acclaimed documentary and immerse yourself in a medieval wine experience. In the film, two wine connoisseurs embark on a mission to procure the finest wine in Iberia while learning of their history told by a world renowned historian. Enjoy a free sample of the Iberian wines featured in the film with ticket purchase.
    Wed. Mar. 6, 5:30pm  
    Spider House Ballroom
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    Special Screenings

    SOLD OUT: Paul Newman's West Presented by Ethan Hawke

    Ethan Hawke, whose recent HBO documentary series project The Last Movie Stars follows the life and work of actors and married couple Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, presents a tour through Newman’s Westerns. Hawke introduces each screening, and post-screening audience discussions are offered at screenings of Hombre and The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean. Also playing: The Left Handed Gun, Hud, and Buffalo Bill and the Indians.
    March 24-26 
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    Special Screenings

    Austin VHS Swap & Film Screening

    Browse, buy, sell, or trade VHS while sipping on refreshments and perusing local artists' work on display in the Cinemaker Space venue. At 8pm, the swap transitions to a screening of cult classic Neon Maniacs.
    Sat., March 25, 4pm. Free. 
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    Special Screenings

    Films for the Forest Call for Submissions

    Rainforest Partnership has announced it is accepting submissions for its annual juried film competition, Films for the Forest, intended to "share the voices and stories of forests worldwide, highlighting their rich biodiversity and local communities, their immense beauty and importance to the entire planet, the threats they face, and the opportunities for renewal." Winners will be announced on Earth Day (April 22, 2023).
    Regular deadline: Feb. 1; extended deadline: March 31 
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Harry Ransom Center: Drawing the Motion Picture

    Explore the beauty and complexity of moviemaking through sketches, storyboards, and designs that illuminate the creation of motion pictures from the silent era to the present day in this new exhibition, featuring production art from iconic movies like Rebel Without a Cause, Raging Bull, Apollo 13, and Lawrence of Arabia, many connected with innovative directors Alfred Hitchcock, David Lean, Mike Nichols, Michael Powell, Nicholas Ray, Martin Scorsese, Stephen Spielberg, King Vidor, and more.
    Through July 16

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