The Austin Film Festival and Conference screens 240 movies over the next seven days and welcomes more than 150 panelists. We sort through just a few of the highlights and tell you some of the movies and panels we’re planning to hit during the festival. Times and venues are subject to change. For a complete list of times and locations, visit AustinFilmFestival.com.
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The Austin Film Festival runs through Oct. 31. For tickets and information, visit AustinFilmFestival.com. Programming note: The State Theatre and Galaxy Highland have both been added as official venues at this year’s festival. A shuttle will run Friday-Sunday from downtown and will stop at Galaxy Highland and the Alamo Village.
Austin Film Festival venues mentioned in story:
Alamo Drafthouse Village (2700 West Anderson Ln.)
Bob Bullock State History Museum IMAX (1800 Congress Ave.)
The Driskill Hotel (604 Brazos St.)
Galaxy Highland 10 (6700 Middle Fiskville Rd.)
Paramount Theatre (713 Congress Ave.)
Rollins Theatre (701 W Riverside Dr.)
State Theatre (713 Congress Ave.)
Stephen F. Austin Hotel (701 Congress Ave.)