132016Aug

I Love You Both

I LOVE YOU BOTH

Dir. Doug Archibald I 2016 I U.S.A. I 90 min I Texas Premiere
Saturday, September 10 at 1:00 p.m. | Buy Tickets

I Love You Both

Synopsis: Donny and Krystal are twins who share everything. They live together, eat together, do everything together… until Andy comes into their lives. Handsome, funny, artistic and chill, he is the perfect match for both of them. But some things can’t be shared, and suddenly they both find themselves torn between the love that could be and the love for each other.  “I Love You Both” is a sweet, humorous coming-of-age and sibling rivalry story starring real-life brother and sister Doug and Kristin Archibald. As their pursuit of Andy (Raising Hope’s Lucas Neff) pulls them away from each other they each find within themselves previously hidden strengths and learn that they can have a life apart without losing each other.


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LUNCH
Dir. Matt Vance I 2015 I U.S.A. I 4 min. I Texas Premiere
Synopsis: A young man plans to relax in the park next to his office, but a zealous street performer has plans of his own.

42016Aug

Retake

Retake

Dir. Nick Corporon I 2016 I U.S.A. I 98 min. I Southwest Premiere I Drama
Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 9:50 p.m. | Buy Tickets

Retake

How do you deal with losing the love of your life? How do you keep his memory alive? How do you move on? Evan (Devon Graye) is a savvy young hustler estranged from his family in Ohio. Jonathan (Tuc Watkins) is the mysterious client armed with a polaroid who hires him to act out a special fantasy. In one of the most original films presented at this year’s festival, the two men depart together for the Grand Canyon on a truly transformative journey. A delicate, intimate work anchored by a touching and nuanced performance from Watkins.

42016Aug

Lazy Eye

Lazy Eye

Dir. Tim Kirkman I 2016 I U.S.A. I 87 min. I Austin Premiere I Romance
Saturday, September 10, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. | Buy Tickets
Writer/Director Tim Kirkman and Actors Aaron Costa Ganis & Lucas Near-Verbrugghe will be in attendance.

Lazy Eye

Soon after Dean, a graphic designer in Los Angeles, learns a change in his vision requires that he start wearing progressive lenses, he is unexpectedly contacted by an ex-lover from 15 years ago. Passions rise and the two can’t resist rekindling their steamy affair at Dean’s vacation home. But sooner or later they must face the heartache of their past lives and the pain of roads not taken. A touching story about vision, aging, and the way we see one another.


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42016Aug

Heartland

Heartland

Dir. Maura Anderson I 2016 I U.S.A. I 96 min. I Texas Premiere I Romance
Friday, September 9, 2016 at 2:35 p.m. | Buy Tickets
Co-Writer Todd Waring will be in attendance.

Heartland

Lauren returns to her childhood home in small town Oklahoma after her girlfriend’s death, but finds little support for her grief from her mother (Beth Grant, “Donnie Darko,” “Sordid Lives”) who has more traditional hopes and expectations for her children.  Her brother and his girlfriend come to town on a business venture. An unexpected turn of events tests the integrity of family bonds and prompts each person to re-evaluate the path of their life. “Heartland” also won, the Audience Award for Narrative Drama at Cinequest Film Festival in March, 2016.


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LUNA
Dir. Tovali Aman I 2016 I Sweden I 7 min. I U.S. Premiere
Synopsis: Luna is now ready to reveal the secret she has kept to herself for many years.

42016Aug

Angry Indian Goddesses

Angry Indian Goddesses

Dir. Pan Nalin I 2015 I India I 105 min. I Texas Premiere I Comedy
Saturday, September 10 at 10:15 a.m. | Buy Tickets

Angry Indian Goddesses

When photographer Frieda beckons her best friends home for her surprise bachelorette party, joy and laughter mingle with sorrow and pain for all the women in need of a new beginning. As each of her friends struggles with inner demons, Frieda’s spritely cousin Joanna touches them with the balm needed to soothe their souls. When tragedy strikes, each woman unleashes her inner goddess and displays the strength she never believed she could harness. Winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature at Toronto’s Inside Out festival this May, “Angry Indian Goddesses” has astonished audiences everywhere pushing further into Bollywood cinema with its bold and relevant narrative.


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