The Hill Country Film Festival
Can’t get to Fredericksburg? Then Fredericksburg will come to you. The Hill Country Film Festival, which takes place annually in Fredericksburg, will be held online this year as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The virtual film festival runs May 9-16. Currently, four features and more than 30 shorts will be available for badge-holders to watch on-demand. The Hill Country Film Festival is headline by four films with Texas ties. The two narrative features are Duncan Coe and Elena Weinberg’s fantasy dramedy A Room Full of Nothing, which finds a married couple experiencing social isolation in an Austin without people, and What Doesn't Kill Us, a zombie comedy mockumentary. The two documentary features are Jeff Ray’s Love Me Whole, about Austin electronic duo Missio and Carl Crum’s Bravo Y Grande, a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and the 40th anniversary of the designation of the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River.
Aired: May 7, 2020.