LHUCA in the John F. Lott Gallery Join the Flatland Festival Committee for a pre-festival happy hour with open bar and light snacks. Open to all ticket holders.
On the outskirts of the U.S. Civil War, a boy is sent north by his bounty hunter gang to retrieve a wanted man.
Director Chris Eska in attendance for a Q&A after the screeningView Trailer
2605 19th St.
Open to Festival Pass holders only. Your pass is good for admission to the Flatland After Party on Cafe J's private patio, two drink tickets and passed hors d'oeuvres.
This year, LHUCA is once again proud to host a film festival geared especially for children. This very special event is offered as an outreach program to 3rd graders from selected LISD schools.
LHUCA would like to give special thanks to American National Bank for their generous donation which has made it possible to offer this unique program to even more 3rd graders this year.
Flatland Film is once again proud to be offering Metropolis Elektro, a very special marriage of the 1927 Fritz Lang classic silent film, Metropolis, and an original score created by local musicians, Scott and Amy Faris. Debuting in March of 2013 to sell out crowds, Metropolis Elektro is still causing quite a buzz in film and music circles. The requests for a repeat performance have poured in and Flatland Film is thrilled to be able to make that a reality.
The screening of the original, fully remastered and full-length version of Metropolis will be accompanied by 25 musicians who will perform a live, original score in precise timing with the film. The result is a breathtaking evening of cinema and music that will leave the audience awestruck.MORE INFO
LHUCA Main Building
This will be an opportunity to mingle with the musicians and masterminds behind Metropolis Elektro
Open to Festival pass holders.
Competition Shorts Blocks - all of the Flatland Film Festival competition short films will be screened in three session on Saturday from 11am-3pm. This is an opportunity to see all of the entries and to cast your vote for the Audience Choice Award.
This Ain't No Mouse Music! is a feature documentary by Chris Simon & Maureen Gosling celebrating roots music icon Chris Strachwitz and his passionate quest for the musical soul of America.
A genre-defying band forms in Austin, covers a notorious rap tune, creates its own acclaimed roots music, and becomes a touring institution while striving to find its place in the challenging landscape of the music industry.
Location to be announced
Open to Festival pass holders only.