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'Predators' to Premiere at Paramount
The Austin-filmed franchise reboot to debut here July 7
DAILY Screens  June 22, 2010, by Kimberley Jones
"...A selectively small SXSW 2010 audience already got a first look at clips from Predators, and now Austin nabs the July 7 world premiere...."

Praise From the 'Predators' Premiere
How home-town talent made sequel possible
DAILY Screens  July 8, 2010, by Richard Whittaker
"...It may have been the presence of Oscar-winner Adrien Brody that generated the press scrum outside last night's Predators world premiere at the Paramount. Yet inside the biggest plaudits were reserved for the local crew that turned around a $50 million action movie in under a year...."

Howdy, Y'all: It's Top Chef: Texas!
Anticipating tonight's cavalcade of TX clichés
DAILY Screens  November 2, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...In anticipation of Top Chef: Texas' premiere tonight at 9pm on Bravo, we suggest you get your drinking games in order. Try visual prompts like pearl snap shirts and ten gallon hats, audios cues like "Don't Mess With Texas" and "everything's bigger in Texas," and you should be drunk by the Quickfire Challenge...."

Scenes From a Premiere: Top Chef Texas at Uchiko
Snarking and sipping at Uchiko's 'Top Chef' premiere party
DAILY Food  November 3, 2011, by Melanie Haupt
"...Is it a cliche to say that spirits were high in the moments leading up to the premiere of Top Chef: Texas, which as we all know by now, features Austin culinary luminaries Paul Qui (of Uchi, Uchiko, and East Side King fame) and Andrew Curren (24 Diner)? Well, so be it...."

Shirley MacLaine and Sarah Green to Enter Texas Film Hall of Fame
Texas Film Awards announces more honorees
DAILY Screens  February 1, 2017, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Sarah Green’s celebrated Texas films include Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life and Song to Song, which will make its world premiere as the Opening Night film at SXSW on March 10. Green has also served as the producer of several other Malick films, as well as John Sayles’ Passion Fish and The Secret of Roan Inish, and Jeff Nichols’ Take Shelter and Loving..."

Luke Wilson, Tommy Lee Jones to Recieve Texas Film Awards
Hollywood heavyweights, indie icons, and an honorary Texan lauded
DAILY Screens  January 7, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...More recently, she has been responsible for such well-regarded works as Albert Nobbs, and her upcoming Biblical project, Last Days in the Desert, due later this year. Austin Film Society associate artistic director Holly Herrick called her a producer of "iconic, historically great films" and noted she will in Austin in February to present the world premiere of 5 to 7, the newest film under Curtis' Mockingbird Pictures shingle...."

The Brits Do Texas
Wire in the Blood comes to Austin
DAILY Screens  April 3, 2008, by Belinda Acosta
"...Texas actor Ryan Rutledge sent word out that he had a lot of fun filming the upcoming season premiere of the BBC's Wire in the Blood. And he didn't have to cross the pond to do it..."

Texas Book Festival: 'Station Eleven'
Emily St. Mandel's apocalyptic novel reviewed
DAILY Books  October 24, 2014, by Kimberley Jones
"...In novels, films, and on television, storytellers can’t invent new grisly ends for humanity fast enough. Our ongoing obsession with post-apocalypse fiction isn’t going away (just ask the record-breaking 17.3 million viewers who fed on last week’s The Walking Dead season premiere); all we can hope for are superior spins of the wheel, as is the case with this newly minted National Book Award finalist...."

Texas State Capitol Hosts Special Hearing on Death Penalty
At the Death House Door sparks debate on death penalty
DAILY Screens  March 4, 2008, by Kimberley Jones
"...In this, our trigger-happy state, it makes sense that At the Death House Door – an exploration of the death penalty through the eyes of Rev. Carroll Pickett, a former death-row chaplain, now an anti-death penalty advocate – will have its world premiere at SXSW..."

Texas Film Awards Announce More Stars
Timothée Chalamet, Thandie Newton to present awards
DAILY Screens  March 5, 2018, by Richard Whittaker
"...If that wasn't enough, for the big spenders (and this is, after all, one of AFS's big fundraisers for the year), the Variety panel at the award brunch on March 7 has added not only Linklater, but also actress Regina Hall, who will be in town for the premiere of a film by another Austin director: Andrew Bujalksi, whose "breasteraunt" comedy Support the Girls will debut at SXSW...."

Too High, Too Wide and Too Long: A Texas-Style Road Trip
Bob “Daddy-O” Wade, the Texas artist probably best known for the giant iguana he installed atop New York City’s Lone Star Cafe, is the subject of Dinitz’s documentary. The film...
Film Review  December 9, 1999, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Introducing the film will be Austin American-Statesman columnist John Kelso; Wade and Dinitz will host a Q&A after the film. The Jefferson Truett Band will provide live music, and a separate premiere party will follow for all the attendees...."

Austin Planetarium Hosts Star Trek Premiere Party
Trekkin out with Richard Garriott and the Austin Wind Symphony
DAILY Screens  May 1, 2009, by Kimberley Jones
"...You can show your support for the plan – and hang with other Trekkie fans – by buying a ticket to the Austin Planetarium sponsored Star Trek premiere party and IMAX screening next Friday (May 8) from 6 to 9pm at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum. (The film screens at 9:30pm.)..."

SXSW, IFC Film Partner for Swanberg Premiere
SXSW Film and IFC Film team up for a unique twin-platform release of Joe Swanberg's new picture
DAILY Screens  January 21, 2009, by Kimberley Jones
"...Despite my plea to the ether that no filmic breaking news happen while I was on vacation, the ether went ahead and broke it anyway. Like yesterday's news that SXSW posterboy Joe Swanberg would world-premiere his latest, Alexander the Last, there in a unique twin-platform release with IFC Film's Festival Direct – meaning, as the curtain goes up on March 14 at a SXSW theatrical venue, Swanberg's film will be available on video-on-demand simultaneously..."

'Spy Kids 2' Premiere
This one's for the kiddies ...
Screens Story  August 9, 2002, by Kimberley Jones
"...Robert Rodriguez’s second installment in the Spy Kids series is for kids, about kids, and made by kids (okay, adult-sized kids), and Sunday’s premiere of Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams fed on that same sensibility. The packed house was teeming with kiddies (and parents, looking just as giddy)..."

Texas Me
New Doug Sahm documentary and SXSW all-star concert resurrects Austin's cosmic groover
Music Story  March 19, 2015, by Margaret Moser
"...Sir Doug & the Genuine Texas Cosmic Groove makes its world premiere at SXSW Film Thu., March 19, 7:30pm at the Paramount Theatre. Its concert tie-in returns to the Paramount on Saturday..."

The Texas Film Awards Celebrate the Maverick Spirit
Shirley MacLaine, Jeff Nichols, and others to be honored
Screens Story  March 2, 2017, by Richard Whittaker
"..."I only want to work with the people that I love on the projects that I love," she said, and that translates into staying with a movie throughout its entire production and release cycle. Even with the Hall of Fame ceremony imminent, she was knee-deep in preparations for the world premiere of Malick's Song to Song at SXSW, while seeing Nichols' Oscar-nominated Loving through its final theatrical run..."

Texas Platters
Music Review  April 11, 1997
"...The more recent recordings from the Continental and the tour show off Mencher and Young at their most harmonious -- a lot can happen in eight years, not all of it bad. Shaun Young obviously wanted to turn a trick by himself on the solo album, and although he takes Smith along for comfort, he goes for a fuller sound than his normal three-piece, kicking it up with premiere drummer Lisa Pankrantz and Chris Miller on steel guitar, while adding sax and piano to the mix..."

Personal True Tales, Plus New and Returning Texas Legends at SXSW
Film festival director Janet Pierson gives us the 2014 rundown
DAILY SXSW  January 30, 2014, by Richard Whittaker
"...Pierson said, "People were coming to us because it would be exciting to launch with us, and we thought, 'Let's see. If we find the work to support it, we'll create a section dedicated to it.' Luckily we found these six series premieres that absolutely spoke to our sensibilities." That list includes the world premiere Robert Rodriguez's TV remake of From Dusk Till Dawn for the El Rey Network and the latest from Mike Judge, HBO tech bubble comedy Silicon Valley..."

Texas Preps for Its Close-up
Two fall shows bring it on home
Screens Story  September 17, 2010, by Belinda Acosta
"...However, if there is anything intrinsically Austin in this series, it was not evident in the pilot episode, screened for a small but enthusiastic audience at the Paramount Theatre in mid-August. But does it have enough oomph to be noticed beyond Austin – and especially in the thick of premiere week? Final verdict: Being set in Austin doesn't help or hurt this prime-time soap..."

Legends of Texas Letters Reflect on 'The Gay Place'
ACC's Carnival ah! hosts a Billy Lee Brammer retrospective
DAILY Books  March 31, 2009, by Kimberley Jones
"...The panel kicks off with the premiere screening of "The Flea Circus," a short film based on an excerpt from The Gay Place, directed and produced by his daughters Shelby and Sidney Brammer. Next up is a panel discussion, and if you know the first thing about Texas letters, you know the lineup is an impressive one: Longtime Texas Monthly columnist (and one of Brammer's Mad Dog pals) Gary Cartwright; Brammer's first wife, Nadine Eckhardt, whose memoir Duchess of Palms was just published by UT Press; legendary curmudgeon Don Graham, who's perhaps the leading authority on Texas literature; Kaye Northcott, former editor of The Texas Observer; Texas Monthly senior editor Jan Reid (The Bullet Meant for Me); and former state legislator A.R..."

Bomb City Retells the Tensions Behind the Killing of a Texas Punk
Brian Deneke’s life and death story comes to local screens
Screens Story  February 8, 2018, by Marc Savlov
"...After its world premiere at the Dallas International Film Festival in February of last year, the film and filmmakers returned to Amarillo on Jan. 23 for its first hometown screening..."

Peter and the Wolf Go to Texas
Lionheart Youth Theatre's new adaptation unites the music of Mother Falcon with the puppets of Glass Half Full Theatre
Arts Story  December 10, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...As director of the Moscow State Children's Theater, she commissioned the orchestral work from her friend Sergei Prokofiev. A year after its premiere, she and her husband were caught up in a Stalinist purge and accused of treason..."

Texas 'Forev'
Austin expats make good on the festival circuit with their debut indie comedy
Screens Story  May 15, 2014, by Michael Agresta
"...So far, audiences seem sincere in their appreciation of Forev. After a premiere at the 2013 Los Angeles Film Festival, it won audience awards at the Portland Film Festival and the Tallgrass Film Festival..."

Texas Choral Consort
Double-barreled Requiem concert brings back Brahms and resurrects more Undead Mozart
Arts Story  August 16, 2013, by Robert Faires
"...Credit much of that to the concert's centerpiece: the massive, majestic A German Requiem of Johannes Brahms, which breaks with tradition by speaking not to the Lord on behalf of the dearly departed but to those left behind, comforting them in their grief. There's also the bill's premiere of a Requiem movement by a composer who's still very much alive – indeed, who just recently became the youngest winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Music..."

'Far Marfa' Captures the Romance of West Texas Outpost
Stateside Independent hosts film's Austin premiere tonight
DAILY Screens  February 25, 2013, by Louis Black
"...This highly recommended film make its Austin premiere tonight (2/25) as part of the Stateside Theater's new Stateside Independent series; the screening is copresented by the Austin Film Society and the Texas Filmmakers Network. The 7pm show is sold out, but tickets are still available for the 9:30pm show...."

Houston Men Reunite Over Texas Wine
Texas wine hits Mandola's stores
DAILY Food  May 16, 2012, by Wes Marshall
"...Indeed, I agree. It’s one of Texas’s premiere dessert wines..."

Nuclear, Coal, & Wind in Texas
DAILY Kill-A-Watt  August 8, 2007
"...With seven nuclear plants proposed in Texas, local environmental groups are turning to Hollywood to help get the message out. Public Citizen and the Sierra Club showed up at the Simpsons Movie premiere to talk about the dangers of Texas' nuclear future (read more here), and then on Aug..."

2006 Texas Film Hall of Fame
Screens Story  March 17, 2006
"..."You'll find copies of the Kyoto Treaty under your chairs," quipped Texas Monthly Editor Evan Smith at the start of the sixth Texas Film Hall of Fame induction ceremony, a nod to Friday night's unseasonable swelter. If anything, the sultry conditions inside the Austin Studios soundstage seemed to loosen purse strings, among other things; what followed was possibly the longest benefit auction on record, with well-heeled film patrons, egged on by auctioneer and radio personality Bob Cole, jostling to outdo one another in the bidding over Marfa getaway weekends and A Scanner Darkly premiere trips..."

Texas Platters
Music Review  September 11, 1998
"...The Edwin Livingston Group In his first recording as session leader, Edwin Livingston, one of Austin's premiere jazz bassists, has reached out for a sound all his own, and with the help of four original compositions and one extended improvisation, he's pushed the envelope a bit. The bass solo in the first tune, "AKA Fiddy Jones," is all over the place, taking high thin to reverbing lows, Livingston hitting quick eighths and sixteenths at all points in between as if he had three hands..."

'Not Lost' to Premiere in Austin
From South Sudan to North Texas
Screens Story  October 7, 2005


The Texas Filmmakers' Production Fund Class of '97
Screens Story  May 7, 2004, by Marc Savlov
"...Says Nathan, "The distribution grant we got for Plastic Utopia really helped out a lot with getting tapes and dubs made, which is pretty important for that sort of thing." More currently, the Zellners are awaiting the release of the film on DVD later this summer from perpetual iconoclasts Film Threat, which Nathan promises will be loaded with assorted extras. Currently, the pair have just completed two shorts, "Quasar Hernandez" (a TFPF winner last year), which will premiere at CineVegas in June, and "The Virile Man," which picked up the Spirit of Slamdance Award at this year's Park City fest..."

Texas Piano Professors
Music Story  September 15, 1995
"...On Friday, "Rock My Plimsoul" Peter Case brings the largely acoustic sounds of his wonderful new Vanguard release, Torn Again, to the Cactus, reminding us that Jeff Tweedy and Jay Farrar aren't the only songwriters with country twangs and contemporary takes on folk & roll. Saturday, Watermelon celebrates the release of Eric Taylor's eponymous debut on their label, and the Houston songwriter celebrates a couple of decades of craft that has influenced the likes of Lyle Lovett and Nanci Griffith. Whip out the acoustics, boys. WOMEN IN JAZZ Cafezino, Saturday 16 A preview of the yearly "Women in Jazz" concerts (October 13 & 14 at the Live Oak), this cozy Cafezino show features the smoky charm of four of Austin's premiere jazz divas: Pam Hart, Hope Morgan, LaDonna Jones, and Willie Nicholson..."

Video Premiere: Magna Carda “The Root”
“We all came from somewhere”
DAILY Music  November 2, 2016, by Kevin Curtin


Capyac
Music Review  June 2, 2016, by Tess Cagle
"...Austin's electro-pop scene swims the same cusp. Capyac's debut LP Headlunge represents a valiant endeavor to bring the genre to the forefront, but even though Delwin Campbell and Eric Peana pull off nonstop dance parties in clubs, their premiere disc evinces much to learn still..."

Jack Wilson Premiere
Local troubadour kicks West Texas clay in ‘Rainbow/Tiger’ video
DAILY Music  July 26, 2013, by Chase Hoffberger
"...Jack Wilson wrapped a new music video this week, one for the morose, contemplative “Rainbow/Tiger,” a cut off June’s Spare Key, the local songwriter’s second album. We liked what we saw when he sent it our way, so it premieres here..."

Sundance Taps Texas Filmmakers for 2013 Fest
Richard Linklater, David Gordon Green, Andrew Bujalski, and more head to Park City to show off new films
Screens Story  December 7, 2012, by Kimberley Jones
"...Three local films will show in the NEXT sidebar, a showcase devoted to edgy, forward-thinking, modestly budgeted films: Andrew Bujalski's Computer Chess, Yen Tan's Pit Stop, and Hannah Fidell's A Teacher. Bastian Günther, who divides his time between Austin and Berlin, will premiere his film Houston in the world dramatic competition, while Dallasite David Lowery, a frequent collaborator on Austin projects (case in point: he co-wrote Pit Stop), will show in the U.S..."

'Sahara' Premiere
Matthew McConaughey and UT football coach Mack Brown attend the Austin Film Society's screening of 'Sahara' at the Paramount Theatre
Screens Story  April 8, 2005


The Way Home
Zach Theatre gives Robert Schenkkan's All the Way its Texas premiere on LBJ's home turf
Arts Story  April 9, 2015, by Robert Faires
"...As Steakley has been working on All the Way's Texas premiere, he's become quite conscious of Johnson's many personalities, echoing Updegrove that "everyone has a different perception of who Johnson was because he was a master of transformation based on whomever he was dealing with." Steve Vinovich, who was Cranston's understudy but is only now getting to step into Lyndon's boots, was told by former Johnson aide Bill Moyers that "LBJ was 13 of the most interesting people he ever met." That makes Johnson "a remarkable character to play," says Steakley. "We hope we've captured the essence of the man through all of the interviews and research and footage and recordings we have been poring over for months..."

Fantastic Fest Announces Keanu Reeves as 'Man of Tai Chi'
Plus 'Big Bad Wolves' and 'Nightbreed - The Cabal Cut' and more
DAILY Screens  July 24, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Fantastic Fest has just dropped the first wave of programming for 2013, and it's time to get excited. Keanu Reeves will be walking the red carpet with the US premiere of his directorial debut, Man of Tai Chi...."

In Stitches
More Fantastic Fest programming includes the 'Pede, Pt. 2
DAILY Screens  September 7, 2011, by Kimberley Jones
"...Cinema's ickiest threesome is back for more and making its world premiere at Fantastic Fest 2011...."

More Gore From Housecore Horror
New film fest adds more classics plus a locally lensed premiere
DAILY Screens  September 5, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...Dayton's movie will be one of several world premieres at the fest announced today, along with Canadian monster flick Big Fucking Monster aka Alarming. Talking to an exhausted but excited Mitchell on Tuesday night, he said, "It's ridiculous, man I'm so happy with the quality of films that people have sent in." He was particularly thrilled to get BFM, the latest feature from veteran TV makeup FX master Ryan Nicholson (The X-Files, Blade.) Mitchell said, "That's where he makes his money, and then spends it on these super-underground horror films."..."

Fantastic Fest Breaks the First Wave
'Dredd 3D' and 'The Shining' headline 2012 festival
DAILY Screens  July 30, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...Fantastic Fest could have just dropped Frankenweenie on us and we would have been stoked: But now they've sent their first wave of titles crashing over us, including a gala premiere of the long-awaited Dredd 3D...."

Other Worlds Austin Goes Intergalactic, Intercontinental
Steampunk, time travel, and zombie comedy join the fest
DAILY Screens  November 6, 2015, by Richard Whittaker
"...Second year, second wave: Other Worlds Austin, Central Texas' dedicated science-fiction film festival, has just added multiple features and shorts to its slate of U.S. and Texas premieres, including drama, comedy, a kid-friendly addition, and a new documentary on steampunk...."

The Shape of Jazz to Come
The Ornette Coleman Quartet is coming to the Bass Concert Hall
DAILY Music  April 14, 2010, by Austin Powell
"...Jean Piché, composer, video artist September 9, McCullough Theatre Punch Brothers with Chris Thile; Loudon Wainwright III September 10, Bass Concert Hall Operación Clown; Cállate (Shut Up!) September 15-16 2010, McCullough Theatre The Last Cargo Cult (Texas Premiere) September 21-22, McCullough Theatre Delfos Danza Contemporánea September 23, Bass Concert Hall The University of Texas Wind Ensemble September 26, Bass Concert Hall Jordi Savall, Hespèrion XXI; La Capella Reial de Catalunya; Tembembe Ensamble Continuo October 3, Bates Recital Hall The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields with Jonathan Biss, piano October 22, Bass Concert Hall Luciana Souza Trio October 25, Hogg Memorial Auditorium Cyro Baptista; Villa-Lobos / Vira Loucos October 26, Hogg Memorial Auditorium MOMIX: Botanica October 28-29, Bass Concert Hall LA Theatre Works presents The Real Dr..."

Dames, Turtles, and More
The dog days of summer meet the heat of Austin film news
DAILY Screens  August 8, 2014, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The Austin Film Society will host the Texas premiere of Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the followup to 2005’s Frank Miller’s Sin City. Rodriguez will introduce the film and stick around for a Q&A afterward..."

aGLIFF Announces Lineup
Austin's favorite LGBTQ fest drops next month
DAILY Screens  July 28, 2015, by Josh Kupecki
"...Opening the fest is the Texas premiere of Fourth Man Out, a comedy about a small-town car mechanic who comes out to his friends on his 24th birthday. Andrew Nackman's debut feature stars Chord Overstreet (Glee) and Kate Flannery (The Office)..."

SXSW Film Releases Full Feature Lineup
Slate includes everyone from Wes Anderson to the Zellners
DAILY Screens  January 30, 2014, by Monica Riese
"...New this year is the Episodic category of screenings, which will feature premieres from forthcoming television series – bringing the small screen to the big screen in a big way. Neil deGrasse Tyson's COSMOS was already on our radar, but Robert Rodriguez's From Dusk Till Dawn series is coming too, as is Mike Judge's HBO project, Silicon Valley...."

Fantastic Fest Tells Tales of the Long and the Short and the Tall
Short film selection from Austin to Estonia, animation to sushi
DAILY Screens  September 4, 2013, by Richard Whittaker
"...After all, it's where a lot of film makers cut their teeth. That said, it's also a preferred form for many veterans, so look for the Texas premiere of 'Drunker Than a Skunk', the latest from cult animator Bill Plympton...."

SXSW Film Unveils March Lineup
So much ado!
DAILY Screens  January 31, 2013, by Kimberley Jones
"...The big story coming out of this year’s Sundance Film Festival was the wealth of standout films made by Austin directors. Today, the South by Southwest Film Festival unveils its 2013 lineup, and guess what: A whole new batch of Austinites’ films will make their world premiere come March...."

Other Worlds Austin Adds Owen Egerton's Latest
Plus sci-fi fest's closing night title, and shorts
DAILY Screens  November 28, 2016, by Richard Whittaker
"...This latest announcement also includes three whole slates of shorts from around the world, including a swath of Texas and U.S. premieres, and the latest from Calvin Reeder, creator of the um – eye-opening short "The Procedure."..."

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