HBO & Max to present Screenings & Conversations for  Julio Torres' “Fantasmas,” “Industry” Season 3, and “Pretty Little Liars: Summer School”

HBO & Max to present Screenings & Conversations for
Julio Torres' “Fantasmas,” “Industry” Season 3,
and “Pretty Little Liars: Summer School”

Other New Additions to the 2024 Festival Lineup Include:
“Fargo” Screening and Conversation with Noah Hawley,
“Adventures in Indie TV” with Mark Duplass & Mel Eslyn,
“The Art of World-Building” presented by Sony Pictures Television,
“Girls5eva” Karaoke Night presented by Universal Studio Group,
“History of TV” Panel presented by RCA,
“Hotel Cocaine” Screening and Q&A with Creator and Cast

March 27, Austin, Texas: ATX TV Festival has announced additional programming for Season 13, taking place May 30-June 2, 2024, in Austin, Texas.

The new additions will feature a track of screenings & conversations from HBO and Max, including the World Premiere of HBO’s Fantasmas from creator, star, and director Julio Torres (Problemista, Los Espookys), followed by a conversation with Torres. In Fantasmas, Torres “tells the tale of when he lost a golden oyster. The people he encounters as he searches for it and the musings he has along the way become points of departure for little films, as Torres navigates weaving in and out of these introspective, often eerie comedic stories.” The series will premiere this summer on HBO and Max.

HBO's critically-acclaimed drama series Industry, which follows a group of young bankers navigating the world of high finance, will screen its Season 3 premiere episode at the Festival, followed by a conversation with creators/writers/directors/executive producers Mickey Down and Konrad Kay, and star Myha’la Herrold (additional cast TBC). As bankers Harper, Yasmin, and Robert (Myha’la Herrold, Marisa Abela, and Harry Lawtey) continue to forge their identities within the pressure cooker environment and sex and drug fueled blitz of international banking, in Season 3, Pierpoint looks to the future and takes a big bet on ethical investing. Yasmin, Robert, and Eric (Ken Leung) find themselves front and center in the splashy IPO of Lumi, a green tech energy company led by Henry Muck (Kit Harington) — in a story that runs all the way to the very top of finance, media, and government. Season 3 of Industry debuts on HBO and will be available to stream on Max later this year (date TBA).

Max will host a screening and Q&A for Pretty Little Liars: Summer School, the follow-up to Season 1 of Pretty Little Liars: Original Sin, which finds the ‘Liars' “facing a fate worse than death: summer school,” as well as “a new villain (who may or may not have a connection to A).” Fans will get an advance look at a new episode, followed by a conversation with the creatives and cast. Panelists will be announced soon.

Season 13 of the Festival will also include:

All of this joins the previously announced programming:

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ATX TV Festival is an annual event produced by ATX TV, taking place each summer in Austin, TX. As the leading television festival, it brings together fans and industry to celebrate the television medium by looking at its history, where it is now, and where it is headed. The festival consists of screenings followed by Q&As, panel conversations, and events (parties, live music, happy hours, hosted receptions, etc) and is known for reunions of classic series and cult hits. Screenings include never-aired pilots, canceled-too-soon series, current favorites, and world premieres. Panels conversations range from industry deep-dives to fan-focused conversations, along with discussions on representation (in front of and behind the camera) and responsibility in storytelling. The ATX TV audience is comprised equally of consumers and industry professionals, and ATX TV Festival is the only place they come together as one community to discuss and celebrate all aspects of #TVTogether.

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