Austin Film Festival announced the second wave of film including Jockey written by Austin local Greg Kwedar.
Austin Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Austin Film Festival
WHERE: Austin, Texas, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Austin Film Festival furthers the art and craft of storytelling by inspiring and championing the work of writers, filmmakers, and all artists who use written and visual language to tell a story.
In addition to an 8 day film festival and 4 day Conference, we offer Year Round Events, a Young Filmmakers Program, a TV show, Radio show, Podcast and more!
Film highlights include Stephen Karam’s haunting debut The Humans from A24.
Austin Film Festival and Writers Conference will return to an in-person Festival for its 28th year.
Austin Film Festival 2020 Announces Winners – DAVE NOT COMING BACK, THE BADGER, THE BOOK KEEPERS Win Prizes
Austin Film Festival announced the 2020 Film Competition Jury and Audience Award winners alongside the Script Competition winners.
The heart-racing mini comedic thriller short film Wichita directed by Sergine Dumais continues its festival tour at the Austin Film Festival.
NINE DAYS Opens, STARDUST and BROTHERS OF DESTRUCTION Set for Closing Night of 27th Austin Film Festival
Austin Film Festival will kick off this year’s 27th edition of the Festival, on October 22, 2020 with Nine Days from writer/director Edson Oda, starring Winston Duke and Zazie Beetz.
27th Austin Film Festival announced the full schedule of films and the US Premiere of Dave Not Coming Back.
Austin Film Festival announced the first wave of titles on 2020 film slate, including Death of a Telemarketer starring Lamorne Morris.
Austin Film Festival & Writers Conference announced their fifth annual “25 Screenwriters to Watch” list of promising and innovative writers.
Guest House, a new documentary by first-time director Hannah Dweck co-directed by Yael Luttwak profiles women experiencing reintegration from the prison system.
Austin Film Festival & Writers Conference announced the schedule of films and panels for the 26th Festival, including Yellow Rose, starring Austin native Dale Watson,and Honey Boy, from a screenplay by Shia LaBeouf.
The 26th annual Austin Film Festival will present Just Mercy starring Michael B. Jordan and Jamie Foxx as its Closing Night film on October 31, 2019.