The Hill Country Film Festival
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Hill Country Film Festival runs April 25-28 in Fredericksburg. The festival opens April 25 with the thriller Cruel Hearts. The lineup includes multiple films with Austin ties: the narrative features Good Feels on Wheels, Sister Amiee, Tejano, and The Tiny Life of Butcher Duke and the documentaries Jump Shot, Nothing Stays the Same: The Story of the Saxon Pub, The River and the Wall, and Trans Youth. Other narrative features includes Adonis Complex, Postal, The Bird Catcher, and We Used to Know Each Other. The festival also will screen the documentary The Money Stone. There also will be short films, including those made by student filmmakers. Actor David Arquette will receive the Hill Country Film Society's first Luminary Award on April 24 at Hoffman Haus in Fredericksburg. Arquette also will attend the April 25 retrospective screening of Amanda and Jack Go Clamping and participate in an in-depth conversation with the film's director Brandon Dickerson. The festival also devote panels to acting, directing, and technology and filmmaking in Texas.
Aired: April 4, 2019