FEBRUARY 21–22, 2014
About the Festival
Short Film Competition
Travel & Lodging
All events are hosted at Banita Creek Hall—Mill Room, unless indicated otherwise.
Banita Creek Hall
401 West Main
Nacogdoches, Texas 75961
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21
Welcome/V.I.P. Cocktail Party$100 per person at the Banita Creek Hall—Mill Room. Visit with directors Derek Wayne Johnson, Kathy Patrick and Jim Mickle. Music during reception.
Barbeque: A Texas Love Story(2004, 46 minutes) Narrated by Ann Richards. A humorous documentary about Texans’ love affair with BBQ.Director: Chris Elley
Broken Blood(2013, 82 minutes) A drama/thriller by SFA film school graduate Derek Wayne Johnson.Director: Derek Wayne Johnson
Director Q&A with Derek Wayne Johnson (Broken Blood)
Dazed and Confused(1993, R, 102 minutes) A 20th-anniversary release viewing, this film by Houston-born, Austin resident Richard Linklater is a coming-of-age comedy set in 1976. Possible appearance by lead Wiley Wiggins and/or others attached to original production.Director: Richard Linklater
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22
10 a.m.–2 p.m.
SFA Film Students’ Shorts ShowcaseEvent held at The Cole Art Center, 329 E. Main Street.
2012–2013 Shorts Winners ViewingEvent held at The Cole Art Center, 329 E. Main Street.
Same Odds—Director: Dudley May
New Girlfriend—Director: David Masterson
Chasing Caitlin—Director: Zachary Dutton
Not Like the Commercials—Director: Gordon Williams
The Ride to Derry—Director: Alexander Jones
2013–2014 Shorts AwardsEvent held at The Cole Art Center, 329 E. Main Street.
Book Signing and SaleWith directors Joe Lansdale, Kathy L. Patrick, and others as announced.
The Lansdale Sessions PanelA special session on screenwriting and film adaptation with Joe Lansdale, Jim Mickle, Kathy L. Patrick, Derek Wayne Johnson and Brad Maule.
For the Love of Books(2012, 78 minutes) A live-documentary by author Bill Torgerson, covering the annual Pulpwood Queens Book Club. “Girlfriend Weekend” in Jefferson, Texas.Director: William Torgerson
Q&A with the Pulpwood Queen, Kathy L. Patrick (For the Love of Books)
Cold in July*(2014, drama/thriller, duration TBA) In 1980s East Texas, two fathers pitted against each other in revenge must band together to uncover a darker truth.Director: Jim Mickle
* In the event that Cold in July is selected for distribution with restrictions, director Jim Mickle’s We Are What We Are will replace the feature.
Director Q&A with Jim Mickle (Cold in July)
10:30 p.m.–12 a.m.
Live Music Performance