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PG-13   110 min.  

Devastating portrait of four parents in the aftermath of a school shooting

New Reviews


NR   163 min.

Tamil-language family-centric action drama


R   99 min.  

Del Toro-endorsed creature feature is stylish but empty

At The Ready

NR   96 min.  

Inside El Paso's high school cop club for students

Becoming Cousteau

PG-13   93 min.  

The life and regrets of the man who made us fall in love with the ocean


PG-13   155 min.  

The science-fiction epic gets the screen treatment its scale demands

The French Dispatch

R   108 min.  

Wes Anderson's candy-colored tribute to The New Yorker

Halloween Kills

R   105 min.  

The Shape is back from the dead again

The Harder They Fall

R   130 min.  

Jonathan Majors is a true star in this pretty but by-the-numbers Western

Karen Dalton: In My Own Time

NR   85 min.  

A fleeting glimpse at the tragic life of the Greenwich Village singer

Last Night in Soho

R   116 min.  

Edgar Wright travels through time into London's sleazy history

A Mouthful of Air

R   105 min.

Postpartum depression colors a kids books writer’s life

Ron's Gone Wrong

PG   107 min.  

Number Five, er, Ron is alive in this animated tech fable for kids


NR   89 min.

Crime drama set among Chinese migrants

First-Run Movies

The Addams Family 2

PG   93 min.  

A spirit-crushing vacation for everyone's favorite ghouls

Bergman Island

R   112 min.  

The eternal story: filmmakers making films about filmmakers making films

Dear Evan Hansen

PG-13   137 min.  

Broadway adaptation is really The Talented Mr. Ripley: The Musical

The Eyes of Tammy Faye

PG-13   126 min.  

Formulaic biopic captures subject's glow without critique

Free Guy

PG-13   115 min.  

Ryan Reynolds levels up for the summer’s most charming and fun blockbuster

Hard Luck Love Song

R   104 min.  

Austin-made romantic noir is “Just Like Old Times”


R   106 min.  

Icelandic oddity finds unexpected heart in a strange fable of parenthood

The Last Duel

R   152 min.  

Ridley Scott reinvents the historical drama through the lens of stardom

Most Eligible Batchelor

NR   170 min.

Telugu rom-com about finding laughs and loves

No Time to Die

PG-13   163 min.  

Daniel Craig's last Bond adventure is a misfire


PG-13   108 min.  

Beach vacation, anyone?

A Quiet Place Part II

PG-13   97 min.  

Creature feature is like great DLC rather than a sequel

The Rescue

PG   114 min.  

Bravery in darkness in this Thai cave rescue documentary


PG   93 min.

The Scooby Gang is back (for the first time)

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

PG-13   132 min.  

Marvel's master of kung fu makes a convoluted cosmic splash

The Velvet Underground

R   121 min.  

The originators of alt music get the artistic biography they deserve

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

PG-13   90 min.  

Come for the dodgy CGI fighting, stay for the ... rom-com?

Special Screenings
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    Special Screenings

    Austin Film Festival & Writers Conference

    AFF presents enlightening panel conversations and discussions on the art, craft, and business of screenwriting with some of the industry’s biggest names. The panelist roster features luminaries such as Peter Craig (The Batman), Javier Grillo-Marxuach (Lost), Meg LeFauve (Inside Out), Nicole Perlman (Guardians of the Galaxy), Glen Mazzara (The Walking Dead), and many, many more. AFF is also honored to welcome Scott Frank, writer/director of The Queen’s Gambit, as a Bill Wittliff Award for Screenwriting recipient.
    Oct. 21-28 
    Downtown Austin
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    Special Screenings

    Sound Unseen Film & Music Festival

    The Minneapolis event brings three films to Austin, and presents a great many online for virtual badge holders.
    In person Oct. 27-29; virtually Nov. 10-17 
    Virtual and at AFS Cinema

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