RANCH WATER IN THE NEWS
"They have this incredible connection to this piece of ground, which I think is so Texan. Sometimes where you’re from is such a connector. You can’t take that out of people. No matter what happens between them, that connection is there. They captured that in a way that is very of this place, especially at a time when this town is changing so much. That movie particularly hit me in a place that I’ve been for almost 45 years."
- Barbara Morgan, AFF Co-Founder | Austin Culture - Click here for the Article
“A lot of the crew members are also my friends from [UT Austin]. We all met and fell in love with film — and each other — in Texas & Austin, and a lot of them were not living here anymore. It was just wonderful for us all to come back together. And while we were filming it, we kept saying ‘What a dream for this to premiere in Austin at the Austin Film Festival. That was our goal. That was our compass.”
- Sophie Miller, Producer | Austin KXAN - Click here for the Full Article
“What happens when you must say goodbye to the only family home you have ever known? If you are one of the Sterling sisters of writer/director Sophie Miller’s Smithville-shot dramedy Ranch Water, you throw a farewell party with your older siblings to celebrate what has passed and to contemplate what the future may hold. The weekend reunion at the ranch house, though, is not all about consuming good food and drink and sharing formative memories.”
- Robert Sims | Lights, Camera, Austin - Click here for the Audio Interview