director of programming for Austin
and San Antonio,
October 2019 Programming
Alamo Drafthouse director of programming for Austin and San Antonio R.J. LaForce previews the October 2019 programming at the Alamo Drafthouse Austin. The Ritz' series Cutting Class: Films Inspired by Joon-ho Bong’s Parasite features Cape Fear, La Cérémonie, The Housemaid, and The Servant. The Alamo South Lamar concludes its Pedro Almodóvar retrospective in advance of the director's forthcoming Pain and Glory and hosts a screening of 2001's Josie and the Pussycats on Oct. 25 with writers/directors Deborah Kaplan, Harry Elfont in attendance. Austin-based director Daniel Erickson will attend the Oct. 8 Terror Tuesday screening of his 1991 locally shot Scary Movie, which stars John Hawkes. Various Drafthouse locations will present a Victor/Victoria Livestream Q&A with Julie Andrew in conjunction with the publication of her new book, Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years. The Rolling Roadshow welcomes The Sandlot cast members Tom Guiry, Chauncey Leopardi, and Patrick Renna to Treaty Oak Distilling in Dripping Springs on Oct. 20. Finally, the Drafthouse celebrates Halloween with the American Film Genre Archive's Dismember the Alamo mystery marathon, a Zombieland Zombies Only Double Bill, and various parties and dinners, including the Mothra Beer Dinner. Regular series include Terror Tuesday, Weird Wednesday, Anime-Zing, Cherry Bomb, Fist City, and Old-Fashioned.
Posted: Oct. 3, 2019.