[update: Kevin Koym link repaired. Who knew you needed that pesky little http:// thingy?]
We are mid-way through South by Southwest film, interactive and music conference and festival here in Austin. I personally just survived five days of SXSW Interactive also attended by several Texas Forums friends like Charles Knickerbocker, Bijoy Goswami, Kevin Koym, David Swedlow, Silona Bonewald, Sunni Brown, Terry Crain, and Jon Lebkowsky. You have two more days to catch the SXSW film festival, but if your budget is a bit strapped, here’s another FREE alternative at the LBJ Library:
Who: Public is invited to a Science Fiction Film Festival featuring the Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Roadshow – Free admission and free Amy’s Ice Creams*
What: Bring your dinner and a blanket, and enjoy music and a family-friendly classic drive-in style movie under the stars.**
Where: LBJ Library
2313 Red River
When: Friday, March 27th
5 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – Tour the LBJ Library exhibit, To the Moon: The American Space Program in the 1960s, and receive a ticket for Amy’s Ice Creams – 4th floor, LBJ Library
6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. – Enjoy music by the Rockit Scientists – real rocket scientists from the Johnson Space Center – LBJ Library Lawn
8 p.m. – Alamo Drafthouse Rolling Road Show presents “The War of the Worlds” (1953 version) – LBJ Library Lawn
Saturday, March 28th – Triple Feature Sci Fi Saturday
Inside LBJ Library – Third Floor Theater
10 a.m. – Alamo Drafthouse presents “Forbidden Planet”
1 p.m. – Alamo Drafthouse presents “When Worlds Collide”
3 p.m. – Alamo Drafthouse presents “Earth vs. the Flying Saucers”
Contact: Anne Wheeler
721-0216 or email@example.com
(Austin) – The LBJ Library and Alamo Drafthouse are partnering to present music and a movie under the stars and a weekend of Sci-Fi movie adventures. All events are free and open to the public.
Enjoy the Library’s current exhibit, To the Moon: The American Space Program in the 1960s and an art show, Alan Bean: First Artist to Visit Another World.
*Advance tickets are available beginning March 18th at the LBJ Library from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. daily.
**No alcoholic beverages