The 18th annual San Antonio
Film Festival will run for a solid week, June 18-24, at several locations around the city and will feature, as it always does, an expansive and impressive lineup of documentaries, thrillers, dramas and a ton of short films.
The fest kicks off on the 18th with the Canadian culture clash comedy French Immersion
, directed by Kevin Tierney
, followed by a block of homegrown short films from all over the great state of Texas. The next night’s programming, the 19th, pays tribute to San Antonio
’s neighbors to the south with two feature films from Mexico, the drama Burros by Odin Salazar Flores and the documentary Die Standing Up by Jacaranda Correa
, as well as a block of short films.
Some of the feature-length documentaries include Stephanie Hubbard
’s Christian theme park quest Bible Storyland
(watch the trailer); James Lane
’s expose of the Oklahoma