San Angelo's Own Film Festival Starts Thursday


SAN ANGELO, TX – Indie film makers from across Texas will show off their art during the 2021 San Angelo Revolution Film Festival this weekend.

The films will begin at 6 p.m. on Oct. 14. They will also have shows on Oct. 15 starting at 12 p.m. and on Oct. 16 starting at 1 p.m. Movies will be shown at the Brooks & Bates Theatre in the San Angelo Performing Arts Center and the Murphey Performance Hall.

This is the second annual film festival but will be the first live festival.

The San Angelo Revolution Film Festival was created after the City of San Angelo acquired the Film Friendly Texas designation from the Texas Film Commission. The San Angelo Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) manages the festival along with the festival organizer of the Austin Revolution Film Festival, which has captured the indie film vibe of Austin since 2014.

The Austin Revolution festival has gained a great reputation from filmmakers and fans alike, ensuring a high quality event and striving to bring unique and truly independent voices to the Texas Capitol. The San Angelo Revolution introduces the independent film to a West Texas audience, as well as visitors from across the world.

"We look forward to a successful festival and to having attendees join us in our oasis in West Texas, off the beaten path," stated a spokesperson for the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce.

For the full schedule click here. To purchase tickets click the link here.

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