Skyman, the new sci-fi docu-drama from writer/director Dan Myrick (The Blair Witch Project), is set to make its world premiere at the distinguished Austin Film Festival on October 27, 2019.
The film tells the story of Carl Merryweather (Michael Selle), a man who believes that at ten years old he made contact with aliens, and who has decided that he must reconnect with them by returning to the place where the first encounter occurred.
The film is produced by Myrick along with Joseph Restaino, Anthony Pernicka, and William Surgeon. Music for the film is composed and produced by Billy Corgan and Don Miggs.
The Austin Film Festival was established over two decades ago as a showcase for the art and craft of filmmaking. Skyman is in extremely good company this year. The eight day festival will include screenings of some of the most talked about films of 2019 including Harriet, Motherless Brooklyn, and Ford v Ferrari.
Skyman will screen at 3:15 pm on Sunday, October 27, 2019 at the Slate Theater in Austin Texas. For ticket information and a full schedule of events, you can visit the official website for the Austin Film Festival.
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