With our community partner Alamo Drafthouse, Austin School of Film will host an afternoon of work created by youth campers in our 2019 Summer Film & Creative Media camps. The screening will include a special Q&A with the campers, where attendees can ask the students directly about their media projects, experiences, and films.
Exploded Drawing is an organization based in Austin whose aim is to elevate the electronic music community in Texas by encouraging creativity and stimulating conversation. At every official session we host 6 performances from a diverse array of creative electronic producers and beat makers playing sets of all original material. Always $5. JOIN US
With a full time staff, 25+ artist interns, 100 teachers, 300+ members, and thousands of people attending our non-profit’s events, classes, and workshops each year… LET'S CELEBRATE!! RSVP here to join us for a fun evening with your local creative community, cold drinks, tasty bites, tunes, and a raffle!
LET’S. DO. THIS 〰️ We’ll kick off the night with a special keynote by a very special #Texan woman filmmaker, Chelsea Hernandez. We’ll be hearing from our 2019 JUDGES and screening 20 short films made by Texan women. Cappin’ off the night with awarding Best Narrative, Best Documentary, Best Animation, Best Experimental, and Fan Favorite of the 2019 fest.
TRANSFORM FILM FEST is the first & only film festival exclusively for Texas women. Join us as we kick off the fest with a night of drinks, bites, a panel featuring three badass women from the film community, & SO MUCH more! All humans welcome to attend!
Born from an examination of urban sprawl throughout Austin and the world, 'On the Skids' lives in the liminal spaces, exploring the changes in our spacial and cultural landscapes and how these thresholds of time effect our own personal transformations.
Exploded Drawing XLV
Join us for a night of music, drinks, bites, and our biggest raffle yet: multiple chances to win classes, memberships, and exclusive prizes!
Our first (ever) annual PARTY. FOR. A. CAUSE. will host on February 28, 2019 at Motion Media Arts Center from 9pm - 12am as part of #AmplifyAustin.
Join MMAC & friends for our first happy hour meet-up of 2019 for ATX Women in Film, Video, & Creative Industries— with guests from Transform Film Fest!
We are teaming up with Meals on Wheels to bring together the arts community to create handmade Valentine's Day cards and spread the love, helping adults who live alone and face isolation feel connected and cared for by their community…
The Lifted Traces team returns with a gigantic, immersive film experience for one of the most psychedelic animated tales ever made!
A space for diverse artists to experiment, take chances in a safe space, and support each other. Come join our community of diverse artists in this bimonthly works-in-progress event. Contact us to sign up for a slot for you or your group; artists of color are especially welcome!
Join Todd Stephens and his cast and crew for the screening of his newest short fan film, Jurassic Park - Life Finds A Way. If you're a Jurassic Park fan, you'll not want to miss this! Anybody is welcome, no ticket needed.
ORIGIN STORIES is the culmination of YCC's fall semester of filmmaking. Delving deep into questions of identity and purpose, Origin Stories features six short films about how we got here - from coming-of-age stories of identity to searing indictments of the world we live in.
The 30 min documentary, MY CHILD IS GAY AND I AM HAPPY, is a series of interviews with some remarkable parents, whose children represent the LGBTQ community. It shows their journey, from being unsuspecting and often accepting, to being the caring, supportive parents they are today. In each case, the parent and the child are a source of great inspiration to the community.
WE WILL HAVE A MIXER FOLLOWED BY THE SHORT FILM & A DISCUSSION WITH THE FILMMAKER.
Join us at Motion Media Arts Center to celebrate the premiere screening of FEMBEAT: FELICE TRIROGOFF with a raffle, craft market, music, and Q&A with Felice Trirogoff and directors Samantha Skinner and Kayla Abuda Galang. Complimentary drinks will be provided by our event partners, Hops and Grain and Austin Eastciders!
Chad Archibald is a founder of Black Fawn Films, and director of this year’s UWA selection I’LL TAKE YOUR DEAD and last year’s Orbiter Series THE HERETICS, as well as BITE, EJECTA, THE DROWNSMEN and many more. Jayme co-wrote I’LL TAKE YOUR DEAD, THE HERETICS and BITE with Chad.
The Switched On Ensemble, a new supergroup of employees from Austin’s synthesizer headquarters featuring Joey Postiglione, Patrick Edwards and JU4N Cisneros, will perform a once-in-a-lifetime, concrete-shaking, brain-searing original score in accompaniment of the film at 8pm.
Join us for a unique curated pop-up gallery at our creative East Austin hub featuring 25+ artists and their work spanning the entire spectrum of visual arts. We hope to inspire people of all ages with new meaningful work.