The first feature film that I worked on, Enchiridion, has been selected as the feature film in the Aggie Texas Independent Film Festival.
Festival events start with a workshop at 12:30 p.m., but Enchiridion is showing at 2:30 p.m. Day passes to the festival are $6 and Festival passes for both Friday and Saturday Is $10. A badge and t-shirt for the whole weekend is $20.
I'll be attending both days and would enjoy your company for what ever parts you can attend.
But be sure to come out to see Enchiridion and all my hard work on Saturday at 2:30 p.m.
Enchiridion has also been accepted into the Dallas Frightmare Weekend festival on May 3,4,and 5th - kind of exciting!
Here is more info below
The 2013 Texas Independent Film Festival will be taking place Friday, April 19th and Saturday, April 20th at the Elizabeth B. and Joseph D. Ray Auditorium located inside the Wehner Building (113 Wehner) at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. Independent short films, features, panel discussions, & after-parties in the community– make plans to attend now!
FRIDAY, APRIL 19: Doors open at 6:30 PM, Short Films Blocks #1 & #2 start at 7:00 PM
SATURDAY, APRIL 20: Two Workshops during the day starting at 12:30 PM, Feature Film at 2:30 PM, Short Films Blocks #3 & #4 start at 6:00 PM, followed by the Film Awards Presentation at 10:00 PM
+ Friday Ticket: $5.00
+ Saturday Ticket: $6.00
+ Weekend Badge: $10.00
+ Weekend Badge + TxIFF T-Shirt: $20.00
Tickets and Badges will be for sale in the lobby outside the auditorium on Friday & Saturday at least 30 minutes before showtimes, as well as available for purchase online (with a small fee added) on Eventbrite.
CLICK HERE for all information on Purchasing Tickets & Badges
Map & Parking Info
All 2013 Texas Independent Film Festival screenings & panels will be in the Wehner Building on the Texas A&M University campus in College Station, Texas.
Map to Ray Auditorium (Wehner Building, Room 113) on Texas A&M campus:
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210 Olsen Blvd, College Station, TX 77845
Campus Map Link
Texas A&M Campus Visitor Parking Information:
On Friday, visitors will need to pay for parking on campus. Parking lots 72A and 72B are the two closest to Wehner Building (map linked here). There are pay-by-space machines for visitors to use to park in either of these two lots and the rate is $0.50 per hour after 5pm.
On Saturday, visitors can park in lots 72A and 72B (as well as most other campus parking lots that aren’t marked) on weekends for free (night/weekend parking info).
For more information on visitor parking from Texas A&M Transportation Services, visit their website.