Austin Film Festival is Back!

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By Ally Bolender
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Austin Film Festival season is back, baby!

Austin Film Festival is Oct. 24 – 31 this year – eight days of films across seven venues with the industry’s best professionals.

Come check out the films on the verge of release, Oscar nominees, television premieres, competition films and documentaries featured during the festival. There will also be script readings and Q&As by your favorite writers, actors and filmmakers.

There is a Writers Conference where attendees can view more than 175 panels, workshops, roundtables and pitch sessions covering every nook and cranny of the business. Listen to the best writers who have mastered the craft and will open their tips, tricks and skills to you.

For 25 years now Austin Film Festival has provided aspiring writers with the knowledge that gets your work on the big screens. You are sure to leave with a newer toolbelt than the one you had before.

The hardest part of attending Austin Film Festival won’t even be paying for it, thanks to KTSW’s discount code, but trying to pick which events to attend! View the full 2019 schedule here.

A flyer for the 26th Annual Austin Film Festival and Writers Conference. It is violet colored with the Austin skyline in the background. The text says,” 26th Annual Austin Film Festival and Writers Conference. October 24-31, 2019. Use promo code K-T-S-W-F-P for $15 off film passes.”
26th Annual Austin Film Festival and Writers Conference. Photo courtesy of Austin Film Festival.

If you’re trying to get an “in” to the entertainment industry, Austin Film Festival is calling your name. This festival is an exclusive opportunity to have intimate networking experiences with Hollywood’s top professionals.

Austin Film Festival is unique, just like the city of Austin itself. The entertainment industry is notorious for being a tough industry to get into, but Austin Film Festival will give you that opportunity to see what it’s like from the inside.

Featured image courtesy of Austin Film Festival.

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