Date and Time
Wed, Aug 14
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Free, but limited to AFS MAKE level members and above.
1143 Northwestern Ave, Austin, TX 78702
A woman awakens back in her hometown after an attempted suicide. Struggling for mental stability & agency, she discovers that her brother drowned in a remote Alaskan lake in an apparent occult ritual. Incredulous, she enlists the aide of a traveling Dionysian musician & conjures the same ritual to find him.
Directed by Caleb B. Kuntz
Caleb B. Kuntz (writer/director/producer) – Born & raised near the Arctic Circle in Fairbanks, Alaska, Caleb B. Kuntz’s work as director showcases an explorative eye, finding connections between nature & humankind and the ways that each adapt independently & collectively to one another. His documentary and narrative films have screened globally, with his most recent film, Florence, having received awards for Cinematic Excellence and Innovative Filmmaking during its festival run.
AFS’s Works-In-Progress series provides the growing, diverse and vibrant filmmaking community of Austin peer-level critiques of rough or fine cuts of their work. Screenings are free and are followed by moderated audience feedback sessions. Do you have a film you want to submit for Works-In-Progress consideration? Make level members and above can apply here? Not an AFS MAKE member? Register your membership here!