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Director Adrian Elliot’s This Isn’t Me to Screen at SXSW


ThisIsntMe.SXSW.poster1This Isn’t Me, a new comedy series directed by ONE TWENTY NINE FILMS director Adrian Rojas Elliot and written by Ben Kawaller, is headed to SXSW 2020 as part of the fest’s Episodic Pilot Competition. The show, which won Best Comedy Pilot and Best Actor at Catalyst Content Festival and Best Episodic honors at New York’s Transparent Film Festival, screens March 16 and 18 in Austin.

In addition to its wins at Catalyst Content Festival and the Transparent Film Festival, This Isn’t Me has earned honors at the Bare Bones Film Festival, San Pedro International Film Festival, and the IndieFest Film Awards. It has been an official selection at more than a dozen other festivals, including Dances With Films, Monmouth Film Festival, CMG Short Film Festival, Interrebang Film Festival and NewFest: New York’s LGBTQ Film Festival.

This Isn’t Me SXSW Screenings:

March 16th – 11:15am

Alamo Lamar, 1120 South Lamar Blvd.

March 18th – 2:00pm

Rollins Theatre at the Long Center, 701 W. Riverside Dr.

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