They may not be Oscar or Emmy caliber works, but these 10 Austin-filmed movies and TV shows make us proud of our city and want to hold our besties close.
There are so many movies made in Austin that we are breaking this into two parts. Here's part one of the Austin shot films you should stream right now!
As the documentary film Becoming Leslie illustrates, there's so much more to know about "Austin’s Cross Dressing Homeless Man."
Rob Lowe Comes to the Lone Star State We hear scenes for the Fox series “9-1-1: Lone Star” are being...
Gabriel Luna may be making his mark on Hollywood but the Terminator: Dark Fate star has not forgotten his Austin roots.
Looking to get a little local with your Halloween movie marathon? Check out these scary, bloody, and/or creepy Austin made films and TV shows.
Locally made indie film "Time Trap" offers a fun and memorable take on time travel, even if it is hampered by low-budget effects.
Don't want to pay the high ticket price at the theater this summer? Here are the FREE and cheap summer movie events happening in Austin (and beyond).
The documentary Nothing Stays The Same: The Story of The Saxon Pub paints a picture of a problem that’s growing...
It was a big week for the Austin Film Society, hosting both the Office Space 20th Anniversary Screening and the Texas Film Awards.
This week's top Austin entertainment headlines involve Michelle Obama, the Austin Music Awards, Goop Matthew McConaughey, and more!
The trailer for the biopic based on Austin’s favorite crossdresser Leslie Cochran is out! Becoming Leslie premieres at SXSW 2019 on Leslie Day in Austin.
This week's top Austin entertainment headlines involve Zachary Levi, Gary Clark Jr., Bobby Bones, Matthew McConaughey, and more!
This week's top Austin entertainment headlines involve Luck Reunion, Hayes Carll, SXSW, THe Walking Dead, Valentine's Day, and more!
This week's top Austin entertainment headlines involve the films Miss Bala and Alita: Battle Angel, Brooklyn Decker, Bevo, Hegwig, and more!
Filming a light-hearted romcom near Austin is certainly one way to get us watching a movie -- thankfully it happens to be a great film!