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Ragamuffin Film Festival
The purpose of this annual festival is to encourage Christians to make films and explore the full range of human experience. Screening will be a batch of award-winning short films,...
Film Review  July 9, 2002, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Directed by: Various. The purpose of this annual festival is to encourage Christians to make films and explore the full range of human experience..."

High Art and Holy Spirit Team Up at the Ragamuffin Film Festival
The Hope Arts Festival and local film collective Project Seven host an Evangelical Christian film festival at the Alamo Drafthouse Downtown this weekend.
Screens Story  July 12, 2002, by Marc Savlov
"...It's no mistake, then, that Austin filmmaker David Taylor and the local Evangelical church Hope Chapel have joined forces to create a film festival -- called Ragamuffin -- that not only bypasses the overwrought sermonizing but also showcases a wide swath of filmmaking talent that ranges from Taylor's own AdBusters-inspired, 30-second faux public service announcements to more contemplative shorts like Jeffrey Travis' "The Party," which tackles adult themes that are both universal and Christian from a whole new angle...."

Short Cuts
Austin ups its indie status by an icon; Moore misses out on his own party, kind of; and Jesus is a film fanatic
Screens Column  August 6, 2004, by Marc Savlov
"...What Would Jesus Do? Dept.: Secular, Christian, humanist – whatever that voice in your head and/or heart is saying these days, you could do a lot worse than heading over to the Alamo Drafthouse Downtown (409 Colorado) for the 2004 Ragamuffin Film Festival, presented by HopeArts and Dos Gringos Productions, and "dedicated to a new breed of subversive filmmaking by Christians from all over the world." Festival Director David Taylor has programmed a broad range of films that slip some desperately needed compassion and bedrock humanity – not to mention humor – in the cinematic back door while dispensing almost entirely with the scathing dogmatics and fetishistically ultraviolent images of, oh, let's say The Passion of the Christ that so often hobble "Christian cinema" before it's even had a chance to find an audience outside of its own pews. For all the dates and showtimes, head over to or"

Short Cuts
Local screenwriter Todd Morris gets in good with Miramax / Dimension, and our apologies to the Ragamuffin Film Festival … not that they needed us, anyway.
Screens Column  July 25, 2003, by Marc Savlov
"...And it did."... A belated and apologetic congratulation to David Taylor over at the Christian-oriented Ragamuffin Film Festival, which managed to sell out nearly all of its showings this past weekend at the Alamo Drafthouse Village, this despite our dropping the ball and not giving them a mention..."

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