As part of its Orbiter Year-Round Series, Other Worlds Austin SciFi Film Festival is excited to present the Texas premiere of the SciFi thriller CAPSULE on Wednesday, September 21 (9:00pm) at Flix Brewhouse. Writer/Director Andrew Martin and Producer Paul Forrest will do a Q&A via Skype after the screening.
After an illustrious inaugural year, Other Worlds Austin will return in December 2015, bringing the best in SciFi from around the world to Austin, TX. We can’t tell you much about this year, but we can tell you that if you want the cheapest possible price on badges, make sure you are on our badge interest list for 2015.
"2014 is dead, done and gone. But we'll be living with the legacy of its film festivals for months to come. Here's a completely arbitrary selection, in no real order, of some of the titles we liked last year, and think you'll want to see this year."
n Capsule, the apocalypse comes in the form of a dying world, where its people have been exposed to extreme amounts of radiation and electricity is no longer usable. What’s fascinating to me about this sort of “apocalypse” is that it’s one you cannot see as a viewer, cannot touch as a character. We watch several characters’ lives fall apart in various ways, and it all relates to this idea: life-changing events cause inner turmoil you cannot touch or see or walk around in…yet it surrounds us, whether we’re looking up into the sky or down into a pile of dog shit.
"When Bears Fonté announced that he would be holding the first Other Worlds Austin festival this Dec. 4-6, it was going to be a small affair, with one screen at the Galaxy Highland showing nothing but sci-fi films for three days. Now ticket demand has been so big, he's decided to add another screen and four new feature titles."