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Special Screenings for Fri., July 28
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    Special Screenings

    Death Proof (2007)

    Float Films: Take a dip then take in a screening of a classic Texas film, a brutal action thriller with lots of locally shot scenes for Austinites to appreciate. Pool opens at 5 and films begin at dusk every Friday this summer.
    Fri., July 28 
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    Special Screenings

    Austin Jewish Film Festival Summer Series

    The San Antonio Jewish Film Festival and the Austin Jewish Film Festival co-present a series featuring eight great new films and bonus content to keep you entertained all summer. In honor of Israel’s 75th birthday, all films are Israeli, and for most of these films, this will be their Texas premiere. All are geo-locked to Texas, but those traveling can request an adjustment via email.
    May 28-Sept. 3 
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    Special Screenings

    Paramount Summer Classic Film Series

    What's better than a classic film in a cool historic theatre on a hot summer day? The annual series is packed to the brim with excellent films, with almost 100 of them programmed with themes such as Black Excellence, the Pfeifferverse, Hitchcock Week, Robert Rodriguez Presents, Majestic Ball Week, and so many more. Individual tickets and multi-film passes are available. Robert Rodriguez selection What's Up, Doc? closes the series Sept. 2.
    May 26-Sept. 2 
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    Special Screenings


    AGFAugust is here! The American Genre Film Archive is fundraising to strike brand-new 35mm prints, so throughout August, every Terror Tuesday and Weird Wednesday mystery movie will benefit the nonprofit and showcase an ultra-rare 35mm print from the vaults. Screenings have been selling out every week, so plan ahead!
    Through Aug. 30
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    Dig Deep ATX: Live Music Showcase

    A unique new collaboration between ATX TV Festival and Deep Cut Music spotlights emerging local musicians and exposes them to the world of sync for TV and film. This expertly curated showcase features performances by Daniel Fears, Pelvis Wrestley, Kalu & the Electric Joint, and Being Dead.
    Fri., July 28, 6-9pm. Free. 

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