The Toronto International Film Festival Group (clearly the people that bring you the Toronto International Film Festival) have released their annual top ten list of Canadian films. Hopefully, most of these films will eventually make… Read More
Archives for December 2006
These posts were published in December 2006. If you cannot find what you want, try the site search.
AFF is happy to announce that Scott Alexander (pictured at the 2003 AFF) will be returning to Austin for the 2007 Conference. Scott’s credits include Problem Child, Agent Cody Banks, Screwed and the upcoming 1408,… Read More
Christmas MiracleScreened at the 2005 Austin Film Festival, Darren Curtis’ twisted take on the Christmas season can now be found on YouTube along with other very funny films from the Kiddnapper Films crew. Happy Holidays!
AFF is proud to announce that acclaimed screenwriter Eric Roth (Forrest Gump, Munich, The Good Shepherd) will be appearing as a panelist at the 2007 Austin Film Festival. Winning the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay… Read More
The Austin-American Statesman recently ran an interview by Joe Gross done during the Austin Film Festival with visiting filmmakers Barbara Kopple and Cecilia Peck about their film, Shut Up and Sing, and the film’s subjects,… Read More
Writing the R Rated Comedy panelfrom the left: Michael Ian Black, Michael Showalter, David Wain, Bob Fisher, Steve Faber and Jake Kasdan.(photo credit: Jack Plunkett/Austin Film Festival) Recently came across Michael Showalter’s blog and noticed… Read More
Congrats to AFF 2006 films One Rat Short (written & directed by Alex Weil), Happiness (written & directed by Sophie Barthes) and The Dawn Chorus (written & directed by Hope Dickson Leach) for being accepted… Read More
AFF 2006 panelist David Wain filled in for Amy Sedaris’ monthy advice column called “Sedaratives” in McSweeney’s Believer Magazine. You can find a sample of his “advice” here. Also, congrats to David whose new film,… Read More