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The Lake Travis Film Festival is a four-day in-person film festival that will feature a lineup showcasing films featuring a wide assortment of genres, styles, and topics from the indie film community, both stateside and international. The festival will screen 92 films (eight narrative features, 11 documentary features, 45 narrative short films, six short documentaries, nine music videos, and 13 student shorts).

Highlights will include Opening Night selection, Laura Lehmus’ dramedy Sweet Disaster; and two selections on Closing Night, including Jordan O’Neal’s fantasy Fabletown and Sophie Miler’s drama Ranch Water.

There will be a pre-festival masterclass with screenwriter Owen Egerton (Mercy Black, Blood Fest), which requires a separate registration. Special events include a pitch party, live script readings, afterparties, and an awards brunch.

Screenings and events occur at various pop-up locations throughout the cities of Bee Cave and Lakeway. Venues include Hill Country Galleria, High5, ContraCommon, La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Lakeway, Star Hill Ranch, Goga Yoga, and Bee Cave City Hall.

For a full schedule of events, go to the festival website.

The Lake Travis Film Festival is a four-day in-person film festival that will feature a lineup showcasing films featuring a wide assortment of genres, styles, and topics from the indie film community, both stateside and international. The festival will screen 92 films (eight narrative features, 11 documentary features, 45 narrative short films, six short documentaries, nine music videos, and 13 student shorts).

Highlights will include Opening Night selection, Laura Lehmus’ dramedy Sweet Disaster; and two selections on Closing Night, including Jordan O’Neal’s fantasy Fabletown and Sophie Miler’s drama Ranch Water.

There will be a pre-festival masterclass with screenwriter Owen Egerton (Mercy Black, Blood Fest), which requires a separate registration. Special events include a pitch party, live script readings, afterparties, and an awards brunch.

Screenings and events occur at various pop-up locations throughout the cities of Bee Cave and Lakeway. Venues include Hill Country Galleria, High5, ContraCommon, La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Lakeway, Star Hill Ranch, Goga Yoga, and Bee Cave City Hall.

For a full schedule of events, go to the festival website.

The Lake Travis Film Festival is a four-day in-person film festival that will feature a lineup showcasing films featuring a wide assortment of genres, styles, and topics from the indie film community, both stateside and international. The festival will screen 92 films (eight narrative features, 11 documentary features, 45 narrative short films, six short documentaries, nine music videos, and 13 student shorts).

Highlights will include Opening Night selection, Laura Lehmus’ dramedy Sweet Disaster; and two selections on Closing Night, including Jordan O’Neal’s fantasy Fabletown and Sophie Miler’s drama Ranch Water.

There will be a pre-festival masterclass with screenwriter Owen Egerton (Mercy Black, Blood Fest), which requires a separate registration. Special events include a pitch party, live script readings, afterparties, and an awards brunch.

Screenings and events occur at various pop-up locations throughout the cities of Bee Cave and Lakeway. Venues include Hill Country Galleria, High5, ContraCommon, La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Lakeway, Star Hill Ranch, Goga Yoga, and Bee Cave City Hall.

For a full schedule of events, go to the festival website.

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WHERE

High 5
1502 Ranch Rd. 620 S.
Lakeway, TX 78734
https://www.laketravisfilmfestival.com/

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