INSTRUCTOR HIGHLIGHT! Caegan Meagher

Caegan Meagher, our newest After Effects instructor, is a pretty neat guy. We sat down with him to get know a little more about his work and himself. Tell us a little about yourself: where are you from and where have you been before basing yourself in Austin? Caegan: Sure – I grew up in Sacramento, […]

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Staff Highlight! Graphic Designer Bex

All of our wonderful graphics are made by our wonderful Graphic Designer Bex, who gave us some insight into what makes them super cool! Quick Elevator Pitch: Where you from, where you’ve been, and where you going? Bex: I was born and raised in Katy, Texas but have lived all over surrounding areas of Houston; in […]

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Film Events in Austin! [April 2016]

Check out of these events coming up in the month of April in the Austin film community! Women in Cinema Monday Mixer Monday, April 11th, 2016 @ 7 PM Spiderhouse Chapel, 2908 Fruth St Women in Cinema has a mixer once every month where you can network and meet some great people! Join them for […]

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Meet our new Community Director: Carrie Cates!

  We recently sat down with Carrie Cates, our new Community Director, to ask her about her life’s story, her filmmaking career, and her involvement with us at Austin School of Film. Can you gives us a brief catch-up on your film background? How’d you get your start? What are some films you’ve produced? Carrie: […]

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ASoF Alumni Screens Upcoming Feature Film “Synkhole”

On Tuesday, in one of the smaller theaters of Alamo Drafthouse – South Lamar, Ben Foster and Mark Dennis had a private test screening of their upcoming feature length film Synkhole for the first time on the big screen.     Even with most of the final post-production elements such as VFX and original musical […]

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Creek Show 2015

The outreach program, Waller Creek Conservancy, is putting on an art event to celebrate and bring awareness to future transformations coming to the creek, trails and surrounding parks. Started as a one day event in 2014; it has expanded into a 10-day format extending from Nov. 12-21. The art installations are open and free to […]

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