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Get to Know the 2013 SXSW Filmmakers Ahead of the Festival

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As has been the case for several years now, Indiewire is the place to get to know the SXSW Film Festival filmmakers. Over the next week, we'll be posting the 2013 batch of filmmaker profiles.

Indiewire invited directors with films in the the Competitions, Headliners, Spotlight, Visions and Midnighters sections to take part by submitting responses to a series of questions in their own words.

Full List (click on name and title to view profile):

#1. Zach Clark, "White Reindeer"

#2. Malcolm Ingram, "Continental"

#3. Travis Stevens, "Cheap Thrills" and "Big Ass Spider!"

#4. Vincent Grashaw, "Coldwater"

#5. Adam Rifkin, "Reality Show"

#6. Zak Knutson and Joey Figueroa, "Milius"

#7. Calvin Reeder, "The Rambler"

#8. Christopher Smith and Merete Mueller, "Tiny House"

#9. Louis Alvarez, Andrew Kolker, Peter Odabashian and Paul Stekler, "Getting Back to Abnormal"

#10. John Sayles, "Go for Sisters"

#11. Penny Lane, "Our Nixon"

#12. Katie Graham and Andrew Matthews, "Zero Charisma"

#13. Matt Anderson, "Fall and Winter"

#14. Ben Nabors, "William and the Windmill"

#15. Junya Sakino, "Sake Bomb"

#16. Jonathan Singer-Vine, "Licks"

#17. Stephen Silva, "Big Joys: The Adventure of James Broughton"

#18. Geoff Marslett, "Loves Her Gun"

#19. Emily Hagins, "Grow Up, Tony Philips"

#20. Eva Orner, "The Network"

#21. Jeffrey Schwarz, "I am Divine"

#22. Fede Alvarez, "Evil Dead"

#23. Bryan Poyser, "The Bounceback"

#24. Josh Greenbaum, "The Short Game"

#25. Rob Zombie, "Lords of Salem"

#26. Chris Eska, "The Retrieval"

#27. Jessie McCormack, "Gus"

#28. Dayna Hanson, "Improvement Club"

#29. Elise Salmon, "Los Wild Ones"

#30. Destin Daniel Cretton, "Short Term 12"

#31. Dennis Iliadis, "Plus One"

#32. Eric Slade, "Big Joy"

#33. Carlos Puga, "Burma"

#34. Jones Duo, "Everyone's Going to Die"

#35. Mitchell Altieri, "Holy Ghost People"

#36. Josh Barrett and Marc Menchaca, "This Is Where We Live"

#37. Al Reinert, "Unreal Dream"

#38. M. Blash, "The Wait"

#39. Jillian Schlesinger, "Maidentrip"

#40. Jacob Vaughan, "Milo"

#41. Davy Rothbart and Andrew Cohn, "Medora"

#42. Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, "Touba"

#43. Victor Teran and Youssef Delara, "Snap"

#44. Alicia Dwyer, "Xman Without China"

#45. AJ Schnack and David Wilson, "We Always Lie to Strangers"

#46. Timothy Wheeler, "The Other Place"

#47. PJ Raval, "Before You Know It"

#48. Simon Ennis, "Lunarcy!"

#49. Alex Winter, "Downloaded"

#50. Lofty Nathan, "12 O'Clock Boys"

#51. Ruben Amar and Lola Bessis, "Swim Little Fish Swim"

#52. Omar Mullick and Bassam Tariq, "These Birds Walk"


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2 Comments

  • Babs Johnson | March 4, 2013 12:17 PMReply

    Michael P. O'Quinn, associate producer of I Am Divine, attempted to steal Divine's estate from Divine's nieces and nephews after Frances Milstead (Divine's mother) passed away. THAT needs to be in the film.

  • Babs Johnson | March 4, 2013 12:15 PMReply

    Michael P. O'Quinn, associate producer of I Am Divine, attempted to steal Divine's estate from Divine's nieces and nephews after Frances Milstead (Divine's mother) passed away. THAT needs to be in the film.