The Best of ‘Aunt Jemima’ and the Real Ghostbusters of New York City
AUSTIN, Texas — — The real Ghostbusters of Austin are here.
We know what you’re thinking: “That’s it?
That’s the real Ghostbusters?”
That is, the real Ghostbusters of Austin were filmed in Austin, Texas, a town that is known as the “Ghostbusters capital of the world.”
They’ve made the film their home.
And they’ve had a great time filming in the area.
The film stars the voices of Kate McKinnon, Melissa McCarthy, and Leslie Jones, along with Kristen Wiig, Leslie Jones and Leslie Odom Jr. “Ghostbusters” director Paul Feig is a fan of Austin.
He and the cast are coming to Austin this August.
You may be asking yourself, “Where’s my Ghostbusters?
I didn’t see a thing!”
Well, you’re not alone.
Ghostbusters in Austin is a film that has been filmed in the Austin area for years, and the community is extremely excited about this film.
It’s a unique opportunity for Austin to take the lead in showcasing the city as a hotbed for film, television, music, and comedy.
And this is just the beginning.
With Austin becoming a film capital of America, we are thrilled to announce the following local and national events that will be taking place this summer.
Austin Film Fest is a two-day festival showcasing Austin-made films in Austin.
Austin Arts Alliance is a group of arts organizations that supports local, independent and community-based film and television productions.
The Austin Arts Coalition is the voice of Austin’s arts community.
Austin’s annual Sundance Film Festival is one of the largest film festivals in the world.
The festival features more than 100 films from around the world and offers over 20,000 tickets to audiences around the globe.
Austin Film Fest in Austin celebrates the work of Austin-based filmmakers and features film screenings and special events.
There is a special film screening on Saturday, July 7th and special screenings on Sunday, July 8th, and special performances on Wednesday, July 10th, July 11th, Saturday, August 2nd, Sunday, August 3rd, Monday, August 4th, Tuesday, August 5th, Wednesday, August 6th, Thursday, August 7th, Friday, August 8th and Saturday, September 1st.
The Austin Film Festival in Austin will take place on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 1 and 2, 2018 at the Austin Convention Center.
This festival is free and open to the public.