The 19th annual San Antonio Film Festival hosts special guests Seth Green, Robert Englund and Jon Glover; and presents a jam-packed 5-day schedule of great independent feature films and shorts.
San Antonio Film Festival
The 18th annual San Antonio Film Festival will run June 18-24 and screen numerous documentaries like Bible Storyland, as well as thrillers, comedies, short films and more.
Now open for film submissions: Milwaukee Underground Film Festival, San Antonio Film Festival, Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival and newbie Assdance.
Yoav Potash’s documentary Crime After Crime won the Grand Jury prize at the 17th annual San Antonio Film Festival.
The 17th annual San Antonio Film Festival opens tonight, June 16, with a trio of movies screening from 8:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. at The Friendly Spot. First up is Adam Badlotto’s 3-minute experimental film Only in Dreams; followed by Ronnie Cramer’s mini-feature Sixty in 60, which is an hourlong compilation of 1-minute experimental films
The 17th annual San Antonio Film Festival features films from around world, with a special emphasis on films from Central and South America.
Though located in the same geographic region, the San Antonio and Arizona Underground Film Festivals couldn’t be more different to submit to.
The 16th annual San Antonio Film Festival is screening a fun mix of socially relevant documentaries and features, plus cool genre films.
The 15th annual San Antonio Film Festival gave out nine awards, including giving their Grand Prize to Eric Fonseca’s Funeral March for a Marionette.
In 2009, the San Antonio Film Festival celebrates 15 years. They’re screening a massive collection of short films over four days.