Filmmaker Stephen Belyeu in attendance for Q&A.
Young Mike is snatched from his new life in Austin and returns to his grandparents' house and his rural roots after the mysterious death of his father. As he slowly tries to piece together the events that led to his father's death, a resentful and confused Mike begins to uncover a set of closely held family secrets that resonate with a past he thought he had buried years earlier. ‘Dig' is a slow burn that effectively combines the languid pace of South Texas with haunting whispers of the supernatural in this unique family tale of love, loss, forgiveness and regret.--Matthew Odam, Austin American-Statesman
Audience Award Winner, Austin Film Festival 2010
Dig from Stephen Belyeu on Vimeo.
Wednesday, March 2 at 7 PM
Alamo Drafthouse Village (2700 W Anderson Ln)
$5 AFS, Austin Film Festival Members & Students with Valid ID / $8 General Public
Official DIG Website
DIG screened as a Narratives-In-Progress on January 9th, 2009
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