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The purpose of the West Texas Film Festival is to screen diverse independent films in West Texas.

The festival was launched in 2016 with a grant from Odessa Arts.




The West Texas Film Festival will return for its third year Nov. 15th through Nov. 17th at the Jack Rodgers Auditorium at Odessa College in Odessa, Texas.

The following films are the Official Selections for the 2018 West Texas Film Festival.

Thursday Nov. 15th Tales of Texas

She Can Play Directed by Louis Ojeda, Jr.

Pageant Perfect Directed & Written by Samantha McDaniel.

Return of the Desert Bighorn Directed by Ben Masters & Charles Post.

Out of Options Directed & Produced by Todd Wiseman.

Year-Round Directed & Written by John L. Greer III.

An American in Texas Directed by Anthony Pedone.

Friday Nov. 16th Education Day

Dog Years Directed by Tyler Russell & Written by Tracee Beebe.

Carnage Radio Directed & Written by James Fite.

Anthony is Screwed Directed by Nicholas Aragon-Maresca & Tommy Wangemann.

The Least of These Directed by Aaron Stafford.

It’s Not Funny Directed & Written by Matt Lennon.

Nacho Luego Directed by Kerriyon Tillman.

Mr. Zoot Suit Directed by Chan'Cellore Makanjuola.

Valor Directed by Moses Israel.

Peddling Directed & Written by Terry Bluez.

The White – Pool House Directed by Jonathan Vasquez.

My Friend Richard Directed & Produced by Chris Hanna.

Finals Week Directed, Written & Produced by Ethan Stephens.

Inertia Directed & Written by McHenry Taylor.

Michiko: a child born of war Directed by Vivian Zhou.

Oymyakon: The Story of the Coldest Inhabited Place Directed & Written by Dominik Bari.

The Masses Directed & Written by Peter Murphy.

The Graveyard Shift Directed by Michael Price & Produced by Tom Radovich.

Take Me Home Directed & Written by Rebecca Lynn.

El Rosario/The Rosary Directed, Written & Produced by Ruben Ramirez.

Darkroom Directed & Written by David Schell.

Lukas and the Paper Boat Directed & Written by Max Ahrens.

Long Lost Directed, Written & Produced by Erik Bloomquist. 

Saturday Nov. 17th Worldview

Two Black Coffees Czech Republic Directed by Michael Driscoll.

Buenos Dias Spain Directed by Danny Campos.

Nora Spain Directed by Edgar Montserrat.

The Taking – Oklahoma Ave. USA Produced by Todd Wiseman & T. Christian Miller.

The Country Priest USA Directed by Carlos Estrada.

Tin Can USA Directed & Written by Pat Battistini.

D. Plexippus Mexico Directed by Canek Kelly.

The Borrowed Dress UAE/Lebanon/Syria Directed & Written by Leen Alfaisal.       

The American Wake Ireland/USA Directed, Written and Produced by Kevin Quinn.

Dallas in Prizzi Italy/USA Directed by Luca Vullo & Produced by Dave Atkins.

Ramona – This too shall pass USA Directed, Written and Produced by Rodrigo Moreno Fernandez.

The Noise of the Light France Directed & Written by Valentin Petit.

GAB France Directed & Written by Gazanfer Biricik.

Gravity Germany Directed by Katharina Potratz & Julian Friedrich.

Sellotape (16:20) Israel Directed & Written by Lyri Ben Dor.

The Bicycle Life: A Dutch Love Affair with Pedal Power The Netherlands/USA Directed by Shake Jones.

Saturday Nov. 18th ArtPocalypse

Wasteland France Directed by Etienne Muller.

The Last Man on Earth Italy/USA Directed by Sidney Salkow & Ubaldo B. Ragona.

Lost in Apocalypse China Directed & Written by Sky Wang.

“We are excited about the broad group of films, both foreign and domestic, for this year’s festival,” said Harlan Whatley, Festival Director.

All screenings and presentations will be held in the Jack Rodgers auditorium on the Odessa College campus in Odessa. The festival is primarily funded through a grant from Odessa Arts. Odessa College, Texas Film Commission, FinalDraft and InkTip are also sponsoring the festival.

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