« Back to article: Texas-made films grab center stage at Sundance Film Festival, including Linklater's latest
Pit Stop, by director and screenwriter Yen Tan, tells the parallel stories of two working class gay men in a small Texas town who come together after each suffering struggles and heartbreak in other relationships.
Computer Chess, the fourth feature length film by Austin director Andrew Bujalski, is an existential comedy about a computer convention in 1980 and the men who taught machines to play chess.
Sure to be controversial will be A Teacher, a psychological drama about a high school teacher who has an affair with one of her students.
One of the hottest tickets to this year’s Sundance is the documentary premiere of Linsanity, featuring Jeremy Lin.
In the 12-entry category for World Dramatic, Houston, a dark psychological drama featuring a German executive recruiter and alcoholic who comes to Houston to recruit an energy executive will premiere Jan. 22.