Date and Time
Thu, Aug 22
7:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Free, but limited to AFS MAKE level members and above.
1143 Northwestern Ave, Austin, TX 78702
Artist, a young painter with wanderlust, stumbles into a bar with a band playing. She meets the guitarist, James, and they begin a meetcute that leads to her apartment. But quickly time and space change around them and they are sucked into a dreamworld, where they are confronted by interpretations of their past both comedic and dark.
Directed by Stefan Gill
Stefan has spent the last decade on the Austin film scene, graduating from The University of Texas RTF program in 2012 and writing, directing and/or editing nearly 20 short films, including BOY’S BEST FRIEND, NEXT RIGHT THING, and EVERYTHING THAT IS YOU, which premiered at the AFS Shortcase during South by Southwest 2018. He has worked with AFS, South by Southwest, Austin Film Festival, Tugg.com, and Broken Joke Productions among other companies. He also performs improv and sketch comedy at Fallout Theater in downtown Austin. REMEMBER TO FORGET is his first feature as writer/director.
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