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10th Annual Austin Film Festival

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on: July 29, 2003, 04:13:06 PM
Hey everyone,

Just a reminder that the 10th Annual Austin Film Festival is coming up, Oct. 9-12.  You’ve still got time to save some dough so get to it.

$395 Conference Registration postmarked by Sept. 20, 2003 ($425 after 9/20)
$695 Producer’s Pass (All-Access) postmarked after June 15, 2003
$225 Weekend Pass (Sat & Sund)
$195 Student Registration

For details on all badges and special screenwriter group discounts, teacher and hotel discounts, and full list of our confirmed panelists, or any questions, contact me (Trace Pitts) at 1-800-310-3378.  Registration forms available for download on website, or send registration form to the Austin Film Festival at 1604 Nueces St., Austin, TX 78701

A few of our confirmed guests include (schedule permitting):
David Benioff (Troy ’04, 25th Hour (also novel))
Linwood Boomer (creator “Malcom in the Middle,” writer “3rd Rock from the Sun,” “Night Court”)
Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio (Pirates of the Caribbean ’03, Shrek, Aladdin)
Brian Helgeland (writer Mystic River ’03, Man of Fire ’03, L.A. Confidential, writer/director The Order ’03, A Knight’s Tale)
Scott Rosenberg (Die Hard 4: Die Harder, Gone in Sixty Seconds, High Fidelity, Beautiful Girls)
Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz (Meet the Fockers ’04, Antz, director American Pie, writer/director About a Boy)
See you in October!

Trace Pitts
Conference Director
Austin Film Festival
The Austin Film Festival is a non-profit, class 501 (c)(3) organization.


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Reply #1 on: September 30, 2015, 03:43:30 PM
The panels and films schedule for AFF has been announced: https://austinfilmfestival.com/festivalandconference/2015-film-schedule/

Anyone else going?

I'd like to make it for a day or two.

Are any of the films screening recommended or on anyone's list?
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