Science-Fiction Cinema

Inaugural Other Worlds Austin comes into focus

The inaugural Other Worlds Austin film festival, which is dedicated to the presentation of science-fiction filmmaking, takes place Thursday, Dec. 4, through Saturday, Dec. 6, at the Galaxy Highland theatre (6700 Middle Fiskville). Two of the movies in the lineup, curated by Director of Programming Bears Fonté are profiled below in interviews with the filmmakers. For the complete schedule and ticket information, go to

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