[2:36] Where did the idea for the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema come from?
[5:20] Where did Tim’s love of movies come from?
[7:41] Tim opened his first theater in a terrible location, but he was able to make enough money to move his business to Austin.
[10:20] The Alamo Drafthouse became a success pretty quickly.
[12:35] What kinds of movies and shows was the Alamo Drafthouse putting on, in the very beginning?
[13:23] How do so many kinds of events show up in one environment?
[16:20] Alamo Drafthouse offers great experiences for introverts and extroverts alike.
[17:15] Tim watches movies at the Alamo Drafthouse, and also loves the restaurant scene in Austin ? especially the sushi restaurants.
[21:06] Tim owns other businesses as well as Alamo Drafthouse.
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[23:15] Rolling Roadshows offers very unique movie experiences.
[24:37] Tim talks about Fantastic Fest.
[28:36] Drafthouse Films was inspired by Fantastic Fest.
[30:56] The 25th Alamo Drafthouse location is opening this month.
[31:46] What attracted Tim to Austin?
[33:04] There is a vibrant film scene here in Austin.
[34:44] As someone who is actively involved, Tim has some suggestions for positive change in Austin.
[38:13] Tim is excited to “keep Austin weird” in the future.
[40:55] Tim likes Tacos al Pastor on Riverside, and El Meson on Berkman for tacos. He also tells us which local taco place makes him nostalgic.
[44:50] Next week we will hear from the co-owner and CEO of Book People, our wonderful Austin independent book store.
Rosita’s Al Pastor on Riverside
El Tacorrido | Try the El Equinox coffee
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Otoko at the South Congress Hotel
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