The Show! – April 2011

“Taco! Taco! Taco!” is the 2009 winner of the HBO/New York International Latino Film Festival Short Film Competition.

HBO selects the winning screenplay and gives the writer/director $15,000 to film the short.



RACK – Directed By: Justin Durban

A man attains all of his dreams, only to find out that the cost is the unrealized future of his mentally challenged beloved brother




Table 7 – Written and Directed by: Marko Slavnic

Co-Directed by: Andrew McDonald

The Show! – May 2011

Entre Lineas (Between the Lines) – Maru Buendia-Senties

“Entre Lineas” is a story about two friends that live on different sides of the Mexican-American border. As we follow Caroline and Ricardo we get a close look at the lifestyle of Mexican and Mexican-Americans and the universal struggle to maintain and find our own identities in a multicultural society.

I Love You Will Smith – Directed By: Bradley Jackson



Chicken VS. Penguin – Directed By: Marko Slavnic

Co-Directed by: Andrew McDonald



Script Cops – Written and Directed by: Scott Rice

Scott Rice co-wrote and directed the short film “Script Cops”. After several film festival awards, Sony Pictures funded a web series of the same name.


Saved By The Belding – The Hamilton Brothers

Starring Dennis Haskins and Ed Blatchford

The Show! – June 2011

“Make A Wish” – David Ward

Starring “SUPER 8′s” Ryan Lee
“Billy Myers is an all-star baseball player. Braden Anderson is a sick child. Together they make each other’s dreams come true. ” Starring: Dave Buckman, Ryan Lee, John Ramsey & Lizabeth Waters Written & Directed by: David Ward Executive Producers: Russell Groves & Andrew Lee Associate Producer: Bradley Jackson Cinematographer: Ricardo Diaz.

“By Jude” – Angela Chen

A glimpse into the effects of a father’s absence on his family, presented through the eyes of his children.




My Biggest Weakness – Bradley Jackson

“The Biggest Weakness” is a humorously bittersweet, but quite serious and absorbing 5-minute short film directed by Bradley Jackson.



Shadow 44 – Alan Ray

Episodes I and II of Alan Ray's Epic web-series.

The Show! – July 2011

Directed by Lance Myers (2001 & 2005 TFPF recipient)

It’s Lester’s first day on the job at Copy-O’s copy shop and his boss, Skip, has given him just one direction – – Don’t let anyone use the big paper cutter in the back!


Better Safe Than Sorry

Director: Chris Demarais
01:30 minutes


A pigeon and a squirrel discuss the intricacies of nuts and discover a deadly discrepancy.

Lost Heroes: Saved By The Bell’s Rod Belding

In this “True Hollywood Story” styled documentary, four very dedicated fans of “Saved By The Bell” discuss the tragic hero of Rod Belding, and his influence on their lives.


Mnemosyne Rising

Miguel Alvarez

USA, Sci-Fi, 2010
20 min, 35mm, Color

A deep-space transmitter pilot begins to experience unusual flashbacks on his ship when he learns he is being sent back to Earth.


The Show! – August 2010

Plan B – Kai Salim

A young woman must decide between life or a little pink pill. Plan B



Neal – Directed By Geoff McGee

Danger lurks beneath the crystal clear water.



“Stationary Guard Robot” – Randall Hopkins

Stationary Guard Robot is stationary.



“Quest for Adventure” – Andy Olson

With his wife is out of town, a man answers a strange personal ad, but gets more than he bargained for.

The Show! – Sept. 2011

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‘Tough Love’ is ostensibly about boxing. Really, though, it’s about boys and men looking for love and affection through time-honored rituals. Instead of teaching violence and aggression, the sport shows young men nurturing and tenderness, as each generation passes along its knowledge and appreciation of the sport to the next.

Director’s Bio:

Thomas Hackett has been a journalist for some twenty years, writing for The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated, as well as working as a newspaper reporter. He is the author of “Slaphappy” (Ecco/HarperCollins, 2006), and is completing a Ph.D. in American Studies at the University of Texas.
“Honorarium” tells the story of the brief but ominously eventful interaction between Philip Holbrook (played by Nelson), a controversial public speaker arriving from out of town, and his possibly sympathetic driver/minder, Anne Bowers (Ringo Deathstarr bassist Alex Gehring). It’s an intense 12-plus minutes that ultimately has the slightly off-kilter tone and feel of some of the best of Rod Serling’s original Twilight Zoneepisodes, excising the supernatural in favor of subtle social commentary.



John P. Funk Invented, Designed and Produced the original Art and Miniatures for Space Adventure. His works have been showcased at Maker Faire, Dorkbot, The Robot Group, and other events/venues focusing on Science and Education. His Inventions and model works have been won numerous awards and been featured in Films, Publications, News, Web etc.

The Show! Jan. 14th

Cell: The Web Series is an Austin, Texas based Science Fiction/Drama web series which debuted Feb 03, 2010 on[1] Cell: The Web Series is about a man wakes up in a cell after a night on the town. When he realizes he’s not in jail and he’s not alone, he fights to stay who he is while helping someone else remember who they were.[2]



Shadow 44 - Alan Ray 

After having been subjected to nightmarish human 'expansion' experiments, four 'freaks' who have escaped their captors now must band together in order to survive. As they begin to understand the strange bond that links them together, they also realize that the fate of the world is in their hands.




Into Dust is a supernatural action-adventure in the vein of Smallville, a sort of Native American Wonder Woman: The Teenage Years.



Grown Ups

Made by the Arts + Labor team over a single weekend as a part of the 48 Hour Film Project, The GrownUps catches up with two couples as they try to return to normal after a dinner that apparently didn't go very well. Like other projects submitted in Austin, the team was challenged to use a banana as a prop, feature a blogger named Paul or Pearl, and include the line, "I never thought about it that way."

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