Attend the 2022 Austin Asian American Film Festival
This year, AAAFF celebrates our 14th edition back at local indie arthouse theater AFS Cinema. Join us for June 23-26 for four days filled with new independent films from the Asian and Asian American diaspora. We have a fun time planned with events and filmmakers in attendance. Take advantage of Austin’s vibrant film and cinema community and attend!
Taking place June 23-26, AAAFF’s headliner screenings include Tom Huang’s comedy Dealing With Dad, which will open the film festival, So Yun Um’s Liquor Store Dreams, which is the Spotlight selection, and Kurdwin Ayub’s Sonne, which will close the film festival. All screenings will take place at the AFS Cinema (6406 N I-35, Unit 3100).
AAAFF will screen 11 feature films (6 Narrative, 5 Documentary), and 16 short films as part of their ongoing mission to produce programs that champion Asian and Asian American stories through film, educate about AAPI issues, and build community through partnerships with creatives and other organizations. The in-person/in-theater event will feature several filmmaker appearances and post-screening Q&As, as well as a red carpet gala presentation prior to the Centerpiece film screening of Liquor Store Dreams on Saturday, June 25
Date and Time
Thursday Jun 23, 2022Sunday Jun 26, 2022
June 23-26, 2022
AFS Cinema 6406 N I-35 Suite 3100 Austin, TX 78752
ALL ACCESS BADGES - $120
FILM PASSES - REGULAR ($90) & STUDENT ($75)
SINGLE FILM TICKETS - $15, Student ($12), Short films programs $5
GROUP RATES - e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for our group rate discount for groups of 10 or more.