by Jim Ridley
Limited-edition poster runs at Austin's Alamo Drafthouse cause online stampedes of cinephiles. Similarly, demand is growing among collectors for Nashville printmaker Sam Smith's original movie prints, which he makes to commemorate screenings at The Belcourt. His now-famous Hausu poster gets marked as a signpost in this week's Scene timeline of "How We Became the Bomb," and his latest run of 15 prints devoted to Michael Haneke's Amour will be on sale at the theater this weekend. So will a few prints Smith made to accompany Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, Check 'em out above.