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Hot on the heels of the inclusion of OFFICE SPACE into the Texas Film Hall Of Fame, we present select encore screenings of this made-in-Austin modern classic on its 20th anniversary.

Written and directed by Mike Judge, OFFICE SPACE is a groundbreaking satire of the modern office environment, and it became one of the biggest cult hits of the late 1990s.

The film follows Peter (Ron Livingston) and his cubicle-dwelling friends Samir (Ajay Naidu) and the unfortunately named Michael Bolton (David Herman), software developers at a downsizing tech firm. The films iconic characters were built upon the archetypes of the modern office: a passive-aggressive and lazy boss, played by Gary Cole; Stephen Root as a disgruntled stapler-obsessed office outcast, and Jennifer Aniston as Joanna, the waitress at the nearby corporate chain restaurant. The film shot in and around Austin and used the city’s outskirts to depict “anywhere, USA,” with corporate office buildings, traffic jams, big box stores, and restaurants.


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