Cinematexas 2002 Schedule


TICKET INFORMATION

Film Pass ($35/general; $25 student/AFS & AMODA members) includes admission to all film screenings, parties, receptions, Parallax View, and Terra Cognita.

Everything Pass ($50/general; $40/student) includes admission to Austin Eye+Ear events, all film screenings, parties, receptions, Parallax View, and Terra Cognita.

Single tickets for the following special events are available at www.cinematexas.org: Lessons of Darkness: Herzog Lecture and Screening, $20; Arditti Quartet/ Gerard Pape Concert, $15; Six Legs to Tango, $15; Miranda July/Forcefield, $10.

Single tickets to all other screenings and events ($6/general; $5 student/AFS & AMODA members) will be available at the venues, 10 minutes before the show.

Passes available at www.cinematexas.org, Vulcan Video, Thirty Three Degrees, and Waterloo Records.


VENUE GUIDE

ALAMO DRAFTHOUSE DOWNTOWN (409 Colorado), 476-1320

ALLEN STREET WAREHOUSE (300 Allen)

AMOA, LAGUNA GLORIA (3809 W. 35th), 458-8191

ANCIENT GALLERY (920 Congress), 457-8481

ATX RECORDS (2400 E. Oltorf), 444-7746

AUSTIN SCOTTISH RITE THEATRE (207 W. 18th), 472-7247

BLUE GENIE (916 Springdale), 444-6655

THE CLAY PIT (1601 Guadalupe), 322-5131

GALLERY LOMBARDI (910 W. Third), 481-1088

GOLDSMITH HALL (23rd & Guadalupe), 471-1922

THE HIDEOUT THEATRE & HIDEOUT CABARET (617 Congress), 682-6914

IDEA, AT THE BREAD FACTORY (704 Tillery)

JO'S (1300 S. Congress), 444-3800

METZ COMMUNITY CENTER (2407 Canterbury), 478-8716

STUDIO 107 (411 Brazos #107), 454-4247

TEXTURE (505 Neches), 480-8921

TEXAS UNION THEATRE (24th & Guadalupe), 475-6636

YARD DOG (1510 S. Congress), 912-1613

YOUR LIVING ROOM (220 S. Congress), 320-9909


Tuesday, Sept. 17

ANCIENT GALLERY

5-8pm Cinematexas Opening Reception

ALAMO

7pm Silence: Films selected by Terrence Malick

9:30pm Int'l Parallax: Injury to One

TEXTURE

10pm AMODA Digital Showcase


Wednesday, Sept. 18

THE HIDEOUT

6:15pm Int'l 2: The Leisure Class

8:30pm UT 3: Lubyland

THE HIDEOUT CABARET

7:45pm Int'l 9: The Patriot Act

TEXAS UNION THEATRE

7pm Djibril Diop Mambety

9pm France/Tour/Detour/Two/Children, movements 1-3

GOLDSMITH HALL

5-7pm Terra Cognita: Opening reception for Disabled Environments

ALAMO

5pm UT 2: Boys, Boys, Boys

9:30pm Int'l 5: Suffer the Little Children

12am Cable Access News Network

AMOA--LAGUNA GLORIA

9pm Super 8 Cinemakin' It: The Best of Cinemaker Co-op


Thursday, Sept. 19

THE HIDEOUT

12pm Salon AIVF's M.A.D. as Hell

1:30pm Int'l 8: In Passing

3:30pm Int'l 6: Textual Frustration

5:30pm Int'l 3: Real Horrorshow

7:30pm UT 4: Your Picture in My Locker

9pm UT 5: Speak Into the Mic

ALAMO

7pm Austin Eye+Ear: Six Legs To Tango: The films of Wladyslaw Starewicz, with Tin Hat Trio

9:30pm Int'l 1: The Animal Show

12am Midnight1: Under the Influence

THE YARD DOG

8:30pm Backyard BBQ

9pm Int'l: Space Is the Place

SCOTTISH RITE THEATRE

7pm Super 8 Cinemaker International Competition Screening


Friday, Sept. 20

GALLERY LOMBARDI

7pm Super 8 screening salon with Paul Tarragó and Jennet Thomas

THE HIDEOUT

12pm Film Ist 1-6

2pm Int'l 4: Homeland Security

3:45pm Int'l 10: Discipline & Punish

6pm Eye+Ear

7:45pm Face/Off Scotland: Formative Memories of Glasgow

9pm Looking Is Better Than Feeling You

11:15pm Int'l 7: There's so much love in this house

THE HIDEOUT CABARET

4pm Salon MPS Studio demo

6:15pm Short Films Aren't Just for Practice

8pm Int'l 2: The Leisure Class

9:45pm Int'l 8: In Passing

STUDIO 107

5-7pm Terra Cognita: Tom Zummer reception

TEXAS UNION THEATRE

7pm UT 1: Straight Up, Girlfriend

8:30pm He Who Hits First, Hits Twice: The Urgent Cinema of Santiago Alvarez

ALAMO

12am Midnight 2: Silence, Foolish Humans!

SCOTTISH RITE THEATRE

7pm Lecture by composer Gerard Pape

8pm Austin Eye+Ear: Arditti Quartet performs the work of Gerard Pape

ALLEN STREET WAREHOUSE

7pm Parallax View: Gaza Strip, with Norman Finkelstein


Saturday, Sept. 21

THE HIDEOUT

12pm The Texas Show

1:30pm Int'l 9: The Patriot Act

3:30pm Surveying the First Decade Part 1

5:30pm Face/Off UK: I Spy With My UK Eye: Them

7pm Int'l 6: Textual Frustration

9:15pm Int'l 4: Homeland Security

11pm Int'l 10: Discipline & Punish

THE HIDEOUT CABARET

12:30pm France/Tour/Detour/Two/Children, movements 4-6

2:15pm France/Tour/Detour/Two/Children, movements 7-9

4pm France/Tour/Detour/Two/Children, movements 10-12

TEXAS UNION THEATRE

3pm Cinemakids 4

4:45pm UT 3: Lubyland

7pm Lessons in Darkness 1: Herzog lecture & screening

FLAWN ACADEMIC CENTER #21

Parallax View: Palestine 2002

1pm Diogenesis: Ansar 3

2pm Historians Norman Finkelstein & Marc Ellis

4pm 500 Dunam on the Moon

5pm Graphic novelist Seth Tobocman

6pm Up to the South

7pm This Is Not Living

8pm Electronic Intifada media analysis workshop

Installations: Jayce Salloum's Everything and Nothing & Nida Sinnokrot's Al-Jaz/CNN

GALLERY LOMBARDI

12pm Super 8 Special Effects Workshop With Exploding Cinema??!!*&#$%

JO'S

9pm Int'l/UT: Another Man's Treasure

IDEA

4:30-7pm Terra Cognita: reception for Leslie Thornton's "10,000 Hills of Language"; Forcefield; and Berlin-Rosenthaler Platz


Sunday, Sept. 22

THE HIDEOUT

12pm Surveying the First Decade Part 2

1:45pm Int'l 7: There's so much love in this house

3:45pm UT 1: Straight Up, Girlfriend

5:15pm Face/Off Spain: Made in (S)pain

7pm Parallax: Injury to One

THE HIDEOUT CABARET

1:30pm He Who Hits First, Hits Twice: The Urgent Cinema of Santiago Alvarez

3:30pm Int'l 3: Real Horrorshow

ALAMO

11am UT 5: Speak Into the Mic

1:30pm Lessons in Darkness 2: Herzog lecture and screening

4:15pm Int'l 5: Suffer the Little Children

6:15pm Int'l 1: The Animal Show

TEXAS UNION THEATRE

5pm UT 4: Your Picture in My Locker

6:30pm UT 2: Boys, Boys, Boys

SCOTTISH RITE THEATRE

7pm Austin Eye+Ear: Miranda July's How I Learned to Draw, with Forcefield

CLUB DE VILLE

8:30pm Cinematexas 2002 Awards Ceremony

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