The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story premieres at SXSW on Wednesday, March 13, and ATXgossip will be there! The Youtube original film reveals the dark side of stardom and the music industry as members of multi-platinum-selling bands like… Continue Reading →
Director/Rock Cellist, Kestrin Pantera, who has played cello with bands like Weezer and Beck, will be debuting the first film she wrote and directed at SXSW 2019. Mothers Little Helpers, based on true events, was inspired by the life and… Continue Reading →
I don’t know whether there’s something romantic going on between Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. I do know, however, that their chemistry is out of control and that makes for really good TV. Following their performance of “Shallow” from A Star… Continue Reading →
The Austin Symphony Orchestra will perform the score from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban when the Harry Potter Film Concert Series returns to Bass Concert Hall on Saturday, February 2.
Fantastic Beasts Crimes of Grindelwald is way better than the first film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. That was my one line review of the new flick as I exited the theater. FYI, I was not a huge… Continue Reading →
The Austin Film Fest announced the winners of the Hiscox Audience Awards, recognizing film favorites among the 2018 slate as voted on by festival goers. The awards are separated by category and the winner of the Texas Independent Feature is The Iron Orchard, written… Continue Reading →
Jonah Hill screened his directorial debut film Mid90s at Fantastic Fest in Austin. The film, which features a group of first time actors, was also written and produced by Hill. Set in 1990s Los Angeles, Mid90s focuses mainly on 13-year-old… Continue Reading →
Fantastic Fest kicked off in Austin with a screening of Halloween! That’s right. Halloween is back, and I must say, this new incarnation is pretty thrilling. Jamie Lee Curtis walked the red carpet before the screening , along with costar… Continue Reading →