BEST FOREIGN FEATURE
The Ugly Truth
Directed By: Krishna Ashu Bhati
Mona, her husband Theo and daughter Hanna live in an idyllic villa on the outskirts of Berlin. When the attractive 18 years old daughter of a friend comes to visit, the profound problems and fragility of the small family reveal, as a tragic downward spiral takes its inevitable course.
BEST YOUTH SHORT
Directed By: Percy Peck (Age 17)
A short documentary about the homelessness issue in Tulare County and how a warming center in the community is helping out.
BEST NARRATIVE FEATURE
Directed By: Sophie Miller
The Sterling sisters and their once close-knit group of friends reunite for a weekend at the family ranch in small town Texas before it's sold. Long simmering conflicts come to a head as they confront the uncertainty of their lives without the connection of home to bind each other.
BEST FOREIGN SHORT
A Roll In The Hay
Directed By: Geoffrey Fighiera
Laurent takes mistress his country vacation home for the weekend leaving his wife, Isabelle, bedridden and in the midst of a nervous breakdown. But Isabelle surprises them in the house, armed with a revolver and determined to make them face the price of betrayal…
BEST NARRATIVE SHORT
Ms. Rossi 2 : Ms. Rossi Takes The Cake
(Los Angeles, CA / Italy)
Directed By: Pat Battistini
While on her travels as a Loan Officer for the bank, Ms. Rossi encounters some obstacles along the way while just trying to do her job.
BEST STUDENT SHORT
(University of Texas at Austin)
Directed By: Alexander Rosales
While out of town at a family gathering in South Texas, an awkward Mexican-American, Mijo, is forced to tag along with his cousin to a local bar after butchering his Spanish pronunciation at dinner.
BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE
My Stupid Tribute Band
Directed By: Michael Alex Mroz
A music documentary about Dallas based AC/DC Tribute band Back in Black that follows their twenty year history culminating with their lead singer auditioning for AC/DC. It is a heartwarming and fun account celebrating the lows and highs they have encountered throughout the years.
Thanks to the generosity of the Georgetown Arts & Culture Board, the 2022 GTX Film Festival will be able to bring films from around the world to The Smith Center for a fantastic day celebrating film, filmmakers, and our community.
Welcome to Georgetown !
The Georgetown Film Festival is an annual event held in Georgetown, Texas.
Known as the Red Poppy Capital of Texas, Georgetown is also famous for it's
Most Beautiful Town Square.
GTX FILM exhibits feature length narrative films and documentaries as well as a variety of shorts.
SAVE THE DATE!
GTX Film announces Sept. 30th
for the 2023 GTX Film Festival