2010 AUSTIN FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES LINEUP

The 2010 Austin Film Festival, taking place October 21-28, 2010 in Austin, TX, has announced the lineup for their 17th annual fest. Danny Boyle’s “127 Hours,” Darren Aronofsky’s “Black Swan” and festival circuit standout “Meek’s Cutoff” are just a few of the films playing the festival. From the official press release:

The 17th Annual Austin Film Festival & Conference, the premiere film festival recognizing writers’ and filmmakers’ contributions to film, television and new media, announced the full film lineup with the exception of Opening, Centerpiece and Closing night films.

This year’s lineup includes independent and bigger budget films as well as over 60 feature world, U.S., and regional premieres in many genres including drama, comedy, horror, documentary and more. Danny Boyle’s 127 HOUR, along with Darren Aronofsky’s BLACK SWAN, MEEK’S CUTOFF, and EVERY DAY are all among this year’s regional premieres. Many world premieres including MAIN STREET, BLOODWORTH, A SAVIOR RED and EXPORTING RAYMOND are scheduled to screen this year as well as U.S. premieres like Peep World, Raging Boll and others. Also included are several outstanding local Austin titles like PARADISE RECOVERED and ULTIMATE GUIDE TO FIGHT.

Visit www.AustinFilmFestival.com for a full listing of the film lineup, including the Marquee Screenings, from the dramatic to the action-oriented; AFF Presents…, special and retrospective screenings presented by filmmakers and industry personalities; Comedy Vanguard, from the silly to the cerebral; Dark Matters, from gore fest to creature features; Documentary Feature, from character studies to investigations; and Austin Screens, a showcase for Austin-based filmmakers.




Posted on September 21, 2010 in Festivals by
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