QT5 Festival Schedule

All films will be shown at the Alamo Drafthouse Downtown, 409 Colorado. Ten-day festival badges are $125 ($115 AFS members); five-day festival badges (any five days) are $75 ($70 AFS members); single-night passes are $30 for Friday and Saturday nights and $20 during the week. Passes may be purchased at the door. Sunday through Thursday shows start at 7pm; Friday and Saturday night shows start at 8pm. Priority seating for badge and pass holders begins at 6:15pm and 7:15pm respectively. Saturday kiddie matinees begin at noon each day. QT5 benefits the Austin Film Society.

Program subject to change without notice.

Friday, Aug. 17 -- Spaghetti Westerns

For a Few Dollars More

Death Rides a Horse

Day of Anger

Saturday, Aug. 18 -- Kiddie Matinee

The Golden Stallion

Gulliver's Travels

Saturday, Aug. 18 -- Sci-Fi Horror Marathon

The Omega Man

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan

Saturn 3

Either Invasion of the Body Snatchers or Lifeforce

Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster

Sunday, Aug. 19 -- Martial Arts Epic Adventure

King of Beggars

The Blade

Monday, Aug. 20 -- Italian Crime

The Family

The Italian Connection

Bonus Movie: Machine Gun McCain

Tuesday, Aug. 21 -- Sex and Violence

Slaughter Hotel aka The Cold-Blooded Beast

The School That Couldn't Scream aka What Have They Done to Solange?

Bonus Film: Loaded Guns

Wednesday, Aug. 22 -- Good Ol' Boys

Dixie Dynamite

Brotherhood of Death

Thursday, Aug. 23 -- Bunch of Guys on a Mission War Movies

Dark of the Sun

Eastern Condors

Friday, Aug. 24 -- Revenge Night


Rolling Thunder

Fist of Fury

Saturday, Aug. 25 -- Kiddie Matinee

The Madcap Adventures of Mr. Toad

Never a Dull Moment

Saturday, Aug. 25 -- Old School Kung Fu Films

Jade Claw

Fist of Fury Part II

The Fighting Fists of Shanghai Joe

Dragon Lord

Sunday, Aug. 26 (no theme)

Shark! aka Maneater

Billy Jack

Big Bullet

Sunday, Aug. 26 -- Rock 'n' Roll Show

Assorted trailers

Let It Be

  • More of the Story

  • A Guy on a Mission

    QTV will give Austinites another chance to experience Quentin Tarantino as a passionate educator.

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