Big news from an OWA team member! Dan Repp, our fearless Senior Programmer & Event Director, has co-written a short Horror film script with longtime OWA friend Lindsay Young, and the duo plans to direct the project this fall.
Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival returns as a proud community sponsor for this year’s Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival (aGLIFF) by co-presenting writer/director Craig Jessen’s A PROMISE OF TIME TRAVEL during the September 7-10th festival at Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar.
As part of its Orbiter Year-Round Series, Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival is thrilled to present the Texas premiere of the SciFi horror/comedy DAVE MADE A MAZE on Wednesday, July 19 (7:30pm) at Flix Brewhouse. Producer John Charles Meyer will be in attendance and will do a Q&A after the screening.
Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival wrapped up its third season today by announcing the2016 winners for its Best Feature Audience Award, Best Short Audience Award (sponsored by Film Colossus), the Mary Shelley Award, the Cthulhies awards, and the finalists for the Screenplay Contest.
Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival is proud to announce that Flix Brewhouse will be the new home for the third-year festival (Dec 1-4, 2016) as well as all of its special screenings throughout the year.
Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival wrapped up its second season today by announcing the winners for its Best Feature Audience Award, Best Short Audience Award (sponsored by Film Colossus), the inaugural Mary Shelley Award, and the Cthulhies awards for 2015.
Bears was a guest on Robert Sims' 11/19 show to discuss the festival's programming, and his own short Roadside Assistance, which makes its Texas Premiere at OWA.
Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival announces four more features for Austin’s first and only SciFi film festival (Dec 3-5). The features include the Centerpiece Film NO MEN BEYOND THIS POINT, which will screen as a Texas premiere Friday night, December 4.
Other Worlds Austin has announced its first wave of programming for Austin’s first and only SciFi film festival (Dec 3-5). The 2015 slate includes the Austin-based JACKRABBIT (2014 Austin Film Society grant recipient), the US Premiere of HOUSE OF TIME, and an exciting documentary for the steampunk community, VINTAGE TOMORROWS.
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