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Shithouse

R   102 min.  

Awkward college romance gets a timely, heartfelt revamp with this astonishing debut

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After We Collided

R   105 min.

The Harry Styles stalker fan fic series terrifyingly continues

The Devil Has a Name

R   97 min.

American oil meets its match in honest farmers

Escape from Extinction

NR   88 min.  

The important issue of global eco collapse becomes a PR push for zoos

Harry Chapin: When in Doubt, Do Something

NR   93 min.

The "Cat's in the Cradle" musician who was so much more

Heaven

PG-13   105 min.

Eric Roberts saves souls, unlikely as that sounds

Honest Thief

PG-13   92 min.

Liam Neeson punches his way out of a ridiculous situation

J.R. 'Bob' Dobbs and the Church of the Subgenius

NR   85 min.  

Time to get slack once again with the bizarro Austin anti-cult

The Kid Detective

R   100 min.

Sleuthing be hard when there's bills to be paid

Love and Monsters

PG-13   109 min.

The path of true romance runs far from smooth after the monsterpocalypse

Martin Eden

NR   129 min.  

Bafflingly relocated Italian adaptation of Jack London's novel skates by on charm and cheekbones

Over the Moon

NR   99 min.  

Charming animated adventure has a kid-friendly look at loss, with adorable space sidekicks!

The Planters

NR   78 min.  

Quirky road trip comedy bears delightfully idiosyncratic fruit

This Is Not a Movie

NR   106 min.  

Veteran foreign correspondent Robert Fisk embodies the importance of honest journalism

2 Hearts

PG-13   100 min.

Jacob Elordi loses his shirt a lot in this story of noble giving

First-Run Movies

Ava

NR   96 min.

International espionage with a body count

Infidel

R   107 min.

Dinesh D’Souza production. So you’ve been warned.

Kajillionaire

R   106 min.  

The con is on in Miranda July's oddball crime caper

The Last Shift

R   90 min.  

Different visions of the modern American working class, all beaten by the same system

The New Mutants

PG-13   98 min.  

The last of the X-Men finally get to the screen

Possessor Uncut

R   102 min.  

Identity melts in this psychotropic assassination brainblender

Tenet

PG-13   150 min.  

Time goes backward and forward these days …

Unhinged

R   90 min.  

Russell Crower bulldozes his way to unwarranted revenge

The War With Grandpa

PG   94 min.  

DeNiro back on the "wacky gram-gram" schtick (hope the check cleared)

The Wolf of Snow Hollow

R   83 min.  

Unconventional werewolf story turns the beast on its head

Yellow Rose

PG-13   93 min.  

The real New Country in this very Austin story of musical roots

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    Alamo on Demand

    Make any Tuesday terror-iffic, any Wednesday weird, and the rest of the week fantastic with Alamo Drafthouse curated picks via Alamo on Demand. If a film is there, it's because an Alamo programmer loves it. It's kinda like going to your favorite video store when you could do that, mixed with going to your favorite theatre, when you could do that too. Staff picks, cult classics, Found Footage Fest and Master Pancake, Weird Wednesday and Terror Tuesday, Fantastic Fest faves, they're all there for rental or purchase.
    Ongoing 
    Online via ondemand.drafthouse.com
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    Violet Crown Virtual Cinema

    Violet Crown Cinema is saving a seat for you ... on the couch. They continue Magnolia Mondays as well as offering the arthouse cinema they're known for, all virtually, and ticket purchases benefit the theatre.
    Ongoing 
    Online via austin.violetcrown.com
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    AFS Cinema Virtual Screenings

    The quality programming you've come to expect from AFS Cinema is available virtually, and online ticket purchases will help ensure it can reopen so you can visit again in person.
    Ongoing 
    Online via www.austinfilm.org
FESTIVALS
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    Austin Film Festival & Conference

    For its 27th annual iteration, AFF is totally virtual, and is packed with film screenings and events. There will be five days of panels and intimate roundtables with the world’s biggest names in film and eight days of film premieres, screenings, and Q&As. Badges are available now, and exciting programming announcements are made regularly leading up to the fest, so sign up for the newsletter to stay updated.
    Oct. 22-29. Badges $175 until Sept. 15. 
    Online via www.austinfilmfestival.com
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    International Day of the Girl Film Festival

    International DOTG is Oct. 11, but locally based nonprofit ConnectHER plans to celebrate and host virtual film screenings throughout October. The ConnectHER scholarship program has awarded over $150,000 in funds as part of the annual film festival.
    Oct. 1-31 
    Online via www.connecther.org/dotg
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