Afs Presents: Texas Filmmakers Showcase 2015

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Each year the Houston Film Commission puts together a collection of exemplary Texas short films and tours it, showing these homegrown marvels far and wide. We are pleased to welcome this year’s installment to Austin featuring screenings of films by Jazmin Diaz, Nathan S. Duncan, Olivia Klaus, Chris Spisak, James M Johnston and Ya'Ke Smith. There will be guests in attendance and more. For more information about the showcase and the Houston Film Commission see

This year's showcase includes the following:

•Carne Seca (11:11min.) - Jazmin Diaz, Austin TX
Brothers David and Oscar Juarez have until sunset in rural Mexico to turn a profit on their father’s business, or face the consequences of his belligerence.

•Leaves On Trees (16:27min.) - Nathan S. Duncan, Austin TX
A 9-year-old, Ira Harris, navigates a new neighborhood, new peers, and his first set of prescription glasses.

•Life After Manson (25:23min.) - Olivia Klaus, Austin TX
Life After Manson is an intimate portrait of one of the world’s most infamous crimes and notorious killers. At 21-years-old, Patricia Krenwinkel murdered at the command of Charles Manson. Now 68-years-old, she continues to be demonized by the public and haunted by the suffering she caused over four decades ago.

•Make It Rain (12:45min.) - Chris Spisak, Houston TX
A young boy's efforts to help his family overcome the effects of a devastating drought result in a magical night he won't soon forget.

•Melville (15:37min.) - James M. Johnston, Fort Worth TX
Marcus is dealing with some shit. He wonders through his day distracted and quiet, acting out at strangers, withdrawn from his wife, and unable to sleep. Whatever it is, he just can't talk about it. Then he runs into an old friend who reminds him of the days when he never had a problem expressing anything.

•One Hitta Quitta (8:12min.) - Ya'Ke Smith, Arlington TX
A teenage boy's addiction to Internet violence, leads him to act out violently himself.
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By: Austin Film Society

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