The Austin Asian Film Festival

Through Sunday

$20/students and Austin Film Society members, $25/general

Individual films: $5-7 at venues


Millennium Theatre (1156 Hargrave)

Hideout Theatre (617 Congress)

University of Texas Communications Building Auditorium (Dean Keeton & Guadalupe)

For more information, see

Thursday, Nov. 9

7pm, Millennium

Rigodon (USA)* with short "Floating" (USA)*


8pm, UT CMA A2.320

Asian Stories Book 3 (USA)

9pm, Millennium

Love for Share (Indonesia)

Friday, Nov. 10

3pm, UT CMA A2.320

From Dust (Sri Lanka)

4pm, Hideout

Shorts Program (various)

4:30pm, UT CMA A2.320

Little Birds (Iraq)

6pm, Millennium

Inside/Out (Iran)

6pm, Hideout

A Cry in the Dark (India) with short "Red Saga" (USA)

7pm, Millennium

Iron Island (Iran)

8pm, Hideout

Mighty Warriors of Comedy (USA)

9pm, Hideout

The Slanted Screen (USA)

9pm, Millennium

The President's Last Bang (South Korea)

10pm, Hideout

Asian Stories Book 3 (USA)

Saturday, Nov. 11

Noon, Hideout

Evolution of a Filipino Family (Philippines)*

Noon, Millennium

UT Shorts Program (various)

2pm, Millennium

Beauty Academy of Kabul (Afghanistan)

4:30pm, Millennium

Little Birds (Iraq)

6pm, UT CMA A2.320

We Loved Each Other So Much (Lebanon)

6pm, Millennium

Dreaming Lhasa (India)

8pm, UT CMA A2.320

The Cow (Iran)

8pm, Millennium

Amu (India)

Sunday, Nov. 12

1pm, Millennium

Yang Ban Xi (China)

1pm, Hideout

The Cleansing Rites (India)

3pm, Millennium

Postmen in the Mountains (China)

3pm, Hideout

Sentenced Home (USA/Cambodia)

5pm, Hideout

From Dust (Sri Lanka)

7pm, Millennium

Climates (Turkey)

*Filmmaker in attendance

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