Fourth Annual Austin Asian Film Festival

Nov. 8-11

<i>The Impetuous Angel</i>
The Impetuous Angel

This year's highlights include a six-film retrospective from Filipino writer/director Khavn de la Cruz, the world premiere of Guohua Zhao's The Impetuous Angel (in a free sunset screening alongside Lady Bird Lake), and a rare public screening of Satyajit Ray's Devi. Tickets available at door. Admission: $7, general; $5, students, Austin Film Society, and Thai Association of Austin members. Opening night film: $9, general; $7, students, AFS, and TAA members. For more information, visit www.cinemaasiaaustin.org.


Thursday, Nov. 8

7-9:30pm

Summer Palace* (Alamo Village, 2700 W. Anderson)

8-10pm

Short Program: A Child's Circumstance (UT CMA 2.320)

10pm-12mid

Opening-night party (Silhouette Restaurant, 718 Congress)

Short Program: Distance (UT CMA 2.320)


Friday, Nov. 9

4-6pm

Found in China (UT CMA 2.320)

6-8pm

Short Program: Laughs, Liquor, &

Loneliness (UT CMA 2.320)

7-9pm

UT Highlights: Best in the West (Nueva Onda, 2218 College)

8-10pm

Off Duty (UT CMA 2.320)

10-12mid

Short Program: Branches & Borders (ColdTowne Theater, 4803-B Airport)

12mid-2am

Family That Eats Soil* (ColdTowne Theater)


Saturday, Nov. 10

Noon-2pm

Short Program: Furious Kettles & Bottles (Carver Museum, 1165 Angelina)

2-4pm

The Bird House (Carver Museum)

4-6pm

UT Highlights: Shorts (Carver Museum)

5-7pm

Short Program: Generational Threads (Mexican American Cultural Center, 600 River)

6-8pm

Pugot* (Carver Museum)

7-9pm

Big Dreams, Little Tokyo (Austin Karaoke, 6800 N. Lamar)

The Impetuous Angel (World Premiere)** (MACC)

8-10pm

Squatterpunk* (Carver Museum)


Sunday, Nov. 11

2-4pm

Tea & Justice (Carver Museum)

4-6pm

Short Program: A Child's Circumstance (Carver Museum)

6-8pm

Wayne Yung Retrospective (Carver Museum)

8-10pm

Devi (Carver Museum)

10-12mid

Closing-night party (Silhouette Restaurant)


* Filmmaker in attendance

** Outdoor screening by the lake

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