AHFF Film Festival Schedule

Thursday, October 10

Paramount
  • 7:15pm Cowgirl (short)
    Deep in the Heart (followed by Q & A)
  • 10:10pm Albino Alligator
Dobie Screen 2
  • 7:00pm Paul Mcall (short)
    To Gillian on Her 37th Birthday
  • 9:20pm Clinic E (short)
    Restless of Water (followed by Q & A)

Austin Music Hall
  • 8:00pm Underworld
  • 10:25pm 84 Charlie Mopic (followed by Q & A)
Driskill
  • 8:00pm Pretty Baby (followed by Q & A)

Friday, October 11

Paramount
  • 7:10pm The War at Home (followed by Q & A)
  • 10:05pm The Birdhouse (short)
    Mother Night (followed by Q & A)

Dobie Screen 1
  • 7:00pm Johnny Rock (short)
    The Pompatus of Love
  • 9:40pm The Forgotten (short)
    Silent Lies (followed by Q & A)
  • 12:15am Young Filmmakers Showcase
    (sponsored by S.W.A.M.P. & Houston Film Commission)

Dobie Screen 2
  • 11:50pm Kissy Cousins, Monster Babies

Austin Music Hall
  • 7:30pm Dead Guy (short)
    Sling Blade
  • 10:30pm Cadillac Ranch (followed by Q & A)

Driskill
  • 8:00pm 20 Bucks
  • 10:00pm Competition Film Short Showcase:
    Tendrils
    Flowers for Charlie
    Four Aces
    Flyer

Saturday, October 12

Paramount:
  • 7:15pm The Usual SuspectsLI>9:15pm Indie Filmmaker Panel
  • 10:30pm Hollywood Shuffle
Dobie Screen 1
  • 7:00pm Death in the Forbidden Zone (short)
    Good Money (followed by Q & A)
  • 9:30pm Juicehead (short)
    The Typewriter, the Rifle, and the Movie Camera
  • 11:30pm Gun Play (short)
    Dog Run

Dobie Screen 2
  • 11:45pm Beatniks (short)
    God's Lonely Man

Austin Music Hall
  • 8:00pm A Nightmare on Elm Street (followed by Q & A)
  • 10:30pm The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (followed by Q & A)

Sunday, October 13

Dobie Screen 2
  • 2:00pm Winning Competition Films -- Short and Feature
  • 4:30pm Scorpion Spring
  • 6:30pm S.W.A.M.P.
  • 9:10pm Birdhouse (short)
    The Typewriter, the Rifle, and the Movie Camera

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