The Crumbles will screen in Austin as part of the Awkward & Awesome Movie Tour

The Texas bred CTB Productions and Los Angeles life and arts magazine Brooklyn & Boyle will host a premiere screening of the award-winning feature film The Crumbles this Friday, Mar. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Santa Cruz Center for Culture.

The film centers around a group of friends and their developing relationships as they start an indie alt-rock band that is breaking onto the music scene. The Crumbles is scored by Quetzal Flores, whose band received the 2012 Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album. Screenwriter and director Akira Boch and co-producer Francisco Hernandez will be at the premiere screening ready to answer any questions you have for them in the post-screening question-and-answer session with the audience.

The Crumbles has won several awards including the Audience Award at the 2012 San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival. The film has been screened at numerous festivals—most recently the 35th Annual San Antonio Cinefestival—and now it has made its way to Austin right before South By Southwest kicks off. With all the creative talent, national attention and acclaim The Crumbles has garnered you won’t want to miss the screening this Friday, March 1 at the Santa Cruz Center for Culture—located at 1805 E. Seventh St. The reception will begin at 7 p.m. followed by the screening at 8 p.m. and the filmmakers’ Q-and-A session at 10 p.m. The screening is $5 and for $10 you have access to both the screening and the after-party, so don’t miss out! Details about the event can be found here.

Meanwhile check out the trailer to The Crumbles

Jessica Ramirez

Jessica was born and raised in good ol' San Antonio. She recently graduated from the University of Texas at Austin—\m/ Hook 'Em!—with a degree in multimedia journalism. She is currently living in Los Angeles working in publicity, promotions and management for Cosmica Records. Jessica is unabashedly a pop culture junkie who is fortunate enough to write about music, comedy, film and TV.

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