Austin Film Festival Screenings

Film passes are $41 and good for all festival films. Individual tickets are $7, for sale at theatres prior to showtime (Slap Shot and Horror Night, $15). Call 469-SHOW to charge tickets. 800/310-FEST or www.austinfilmfestival.com

*Cast and/or crew in attendance.


Thursday, Oct. 12

PARAMOUNT

7pm

Dr. T and the Women*

Q&A with Anne Rapp

10pm

Shadow of the Vampire*

Q&A with Elias Merhige

Dobie

7:15pm

Black Milk

9:30pm

Shorts Program I*

11:50pm

The Messenger*

Q&A with Fred Williamson

Arbor I

7:20pm

The Poor and Hungry*

10pm

intersections*

Arbor II

7:15pm

Certain Guys*

9:55pm

Before Night Falls

Ritz

7pm

Radio Free Steve*


Friday, Oct. 13

Paramount

7pm

New Waterford Girl*

9:30pm

The Testimony of Taliesin Jones*

Dobie

7:15pm

Ten Hundred Kings*

9:30pm

We All Fall Down*

11:45pm

Rave*

Arbor I

7:20pm

cicadas*

9:30pm

Reel Women Presents

Shorts Program III*

Arbor II

7:15pm

The Auteur Theory

9:45pm

A Man Is Mostly Water*

Ritz

7pm

Shorts Program II*

WESTGATE

6pm

The Little Vampire

8pm

Horror Night


Saturday, Oct. 14

Paramount

7pm

State and Main

9:15 pm

Searching for Bobby Fischer*

Q&A with Steven Zaillian

DOBIE

7:15pm

ABCD*

9:45pm

Shorts Program IV*

11:55pm

A Hard Day's Night

Arbor I

7:20pm

Next Stop Greenwich Village*

Q&A with Paul Mazursky

10pm

Billy Elliot

Arbor II

7:15pm

Along for the Ride*

9:50pm

Falling Rocks*

Q&A with Ron Peer

Ritz

7pm

Rock Opera*


Sunday, Oct. 15

Paramount

7pm

Dirty Harry*

Q&A with Dean Reisner

9:40pm

The Yards

Dobie

7:15pm

Stardom

9:20pm

Black Milk

Arbor I

7:20pm

Winner's Night

10:15pm

Butcher's 15*

Arbor II

7:15pm

The Road From Erebus*

9:40pm

The Dream Catcher*

Ritz

7pm

Up Syndrome*

9:05pm

Houston Film Commission Presents Shorts Program V: Texas Filmmakers Showcase*


Monday, Oct. 16

Paramount

7pm

Ain't it Cool: Harry Knowles'

Picks of the Festival

Dobie

7:15pm

Along for the Ride

9:30pm

The Testimony of Taliesin Jones

Arbor I

7:20pm

Radio Free Steve

9:05pm

Up Syndrome

Arbor II

7:15pm

Just Looking

9:15pm

Certain Guys

Ritz

7pm

Rock Opera

9pm

Polyp & Corbin Take Over*


Tuesday, Oct. 17

Paramount

7pm

Songcatcher

9:20pm

A Man Is Mostly Water

Dobie

7:15pm

ABCD

9:20pm

Ten Hundred Kings

Arbor I

7:20pm

What's Cooking

9:30pm

Reel Women Presents

Shorts Program III

Arbor II

7:15pm

A Time for Drunken Horses

9:30pm

Rave

Ritz

7pm

Shorts Program II


Wednesday, Oct. 18

PARAMOUNT

7pm

King of the Jungle

9pm

Straight Right*

Dobie

7:15pm

We All Fall Down

9:30pm

Skipped Parts*

Arbor I

7:20pm

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

9:45pm

The Poor and Hungry

Arbor II

7:15pm

The Auteur Theory

9:20pm

Sunset Strip

Ritz

7pm

Butcher's 15


Thursday, Oct. 19

Paramount

7pm

Slap Shot Q&A with Ogie Oglethorpe and hockey's Hanson Brothers

Dobie

7:15pm

Shorts Program I

9:20pm

Shorts Program IV

Arbor I

7:20pm

cicadas

9:30pm

Houston Film Commission Presents

Shorts Program V: Texas Filmmakers Showcase*

Arbor II

7:15pm

Venus Beauty Institute

9:20pm

Two Family House

Ritz

7pm

intersections

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