Archive for the ‘Local Events’ Category

Local Event: One of the Nation’s Top Halloween Attractions Now Open for the Holiday Season Starting December 1st

Scream Hollow Presents: Twisted Christmas, a Winter Wonderland with fun-filled family activities by day and two Christmas Haunts by night based on the historical legends and lore of Krampus   Source: Scream Hollow Wicked Halloween Park AUSTIN, Texas—November 21, 2018— Scream Hollow Wicked Halloween Park, one of the top Halloween attractions in the country with […]

Austin Film Festival 2018: Interview: TEXAS COTTON

By Liz Lopez At last year’s Austin Film Festival (AFF) a short film entitled “Texas Cotton” featured actor George Hardy as a law enforcement officer. Hardy is not a full time actor and yet, he was willing and able to be the protagonist when the opportunity for the feature arose. Directed by Tyler Russell (“Dog […]

Austin Local News: Austin Film Festival, Mexic-Arte Museum and Texas Book Festival Host “Super Saturday” October 27th

By Liz Lopez This year, three of Austin’s most anticipated events will coincide on Saturday, October 27. Austin Film Festival (AFF), Mexic-Arte Museum’s Viva la Vida Festival and Parade and the Texas Book Festival will be teaming up to offer a full day of culture and activities in the heart of downtown Austin.

Austin Events News: Broadway’s Tony Award-Winning Hit Comedy “The Play That Goes Wrong” in Austin October 23-28th

By Liz Lopez Lexus Broadway in Austin, presented by Texas Performing Arts, is host to “The Play That Goes Wrong” and individual tickets are on sale now. The hilarious Tony Award-winning hit Broadway comedy makes its Austin debut at Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Drive,  starting Tuesday, October 23rd – Friday, at 8 p.m.; two shows on Saturday […]

Fantastic Fest 2018: Fantastic Fest: “Overlord” World Premiere is Not to be Missed

By Liz Lopez Fantastic Fest presented the World Premiere of the bone-chilling World War II horror-thriller “Overlord,” produced by J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot, with director Julius Avery and stars Jovan Adepo, Wyatt Russell, Pilou Asbaek, John Magaro and Mathilde Ollivier in attendance.