Science on Screen: This locally made gem about a coding tournament set in the Eighties features a post-film discussion and AI demonstration at the March 28 screening, and a 10th anniversary Q&A with director Andrew Bujalski and select cast members April 2. Read a full review of Computer Chess.
Feel the seats shake as a gusher explodes from an East Texas oil derrick. Experience the takeoff of Saturn V as if you were seated at Mission Control at the LBJ Space Center in Houston. Sound and sensory effects help make the film a truly memorable experience for all ages.
Drive up to this cozy screening of the all-time queer classic, hosted by event organizers Local Queer. Carpool is encouraged, as there's only space for 22 cars. BYOB and snacks! Read a full review of But I'm a Cheerleader.
Best of the Fests: This microbudget Austin-made comedy satirizing Hollywood won a Special Jury Prize at the Chattanooga Film Festival. Writer-director Bryan Connolly and special guests will join for the screening.
Laser Imax 2D: The Arctic National Wildlife refuge, situated in the northeastern corner of Alaska, is one of the wildest places left in North America. For the first time on a giant screen, join National Geographic explorer Florian Schulz for a cinematic adventure through this little-known land.