LAST SUNRISE deftly takes on topical and timeless subjects, while spinning a compelling personal story. In the film, a future reliant on solar energy falls into chaos after the sun disappears, forcing a reclusive astronomer and his bubbly neighbor out of the city in search of light in the perpetual darkness.
Other Worlds Film Festival announces new branding and a new home as it enters its sixth season. Formerly Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival, the new moniker reflects Other Worlds’ natural evolution as an international brand and its broad influence with smart, independent sci-fi and horror films.
Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival is proud to announce its 2018 Audience, Mary Shelley, Dan O’Bannon, Screenplay, and Cthulhies award winners. Large and enthusiastic crowds enjoyed a lot of SciFi (and a fair amount of horror) during the four-day fest (Dec. 6-9 at Flix Brewhouse). Audiences sampled more than 50 films from around the world, along with captivating Q&As, workshops, parties, and more.
Other Worlds Austin is excited to announce the Texas premiere of DOE, starring Timothy Davis, Tatyana Ali, Matthew St. Patrick, and Academy Award winner Mira Sorvino. DOE screens Wednesday, October 17 (7:30PM) at Flix Brewhouse. Director Justin Foia will be in attendance and will do a Q&A after the film.
Austin Chronicles explores Tim Kirk’s Sex Madness Revealed.
Other Worlds Austin makes its first programming announcements for the Fifth Annual SciFi Film Festival (Dec 6-9, 2018). Distinguished director/producer Alan J. Levi will receive Other Worlds’ “Defender of the Universe” award and will host an exclusive 40th anniversary screening of the original theatrical pilot for BATTLESTAR GALACTICA. In addition, The NASA-inspired docuseries ARTIST DEPICTION will make its World premiere, and the SciFi Drama PRECOGNITION makes its North American premiere.
Austin Chronicle reviews and interviews Trevor Stevens about his film ROCK STEADY ROW.