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    Deadly Accident at SXSW: Festival Continues with Slight Schedule Changes

    SXSW attendees woke Thursday morning to the tragic news that at 12:30 a.m. two people were killed and 23 others injured when a drunk driver plowed into a large crowd outside a club hosting one of the festival's music showcases.

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    The Indiewire 2014 SXSW Bible: Your Guide to All of Our Coverage

    Indiewire is on the scene at the 2014 SXSW Festival. Because we'll be posting so much throughout the run of the festival, we've compiled this SXSW master list to help you keep track of all our coverage. Keep checking back daily until the festival wraps on March 15 for all the latest reviews, feature...

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    7 Tips for Filmmakers From SXSW: Words of Wisdom from Lena Dunham, Dana Brunetti, Casey Neistat, Ted Hope and Jason Blum

    Sitting in keynote sessions and panel discussions, I came away with a broad sense of how technological advances and the internet have expanded opportunities for filmmakers who no longer have to rely on the traditional gatekeepers to pursue their projects. Here are 7 tips for filmmakers from SXSW.

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    SXSW: Gareth Edwards On His 'Little Passion Project,' 'Godzilla,' and Why He's Bracing for a Meltdown

    In 2010, a rookie British director by the name of Gareth Edwards came to SXSW with "Monsters," a low-budget passion project he wrote, directed, shot and did the visual effects for. Cut to four years later, and Edwards is at the same festival that launched his career with another "little passion proj...

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    SXSW Review: Why 'Fort Tilden,' A Satire of Privileged Young Brooklynites, Won the Grand Jury Prize

    While frequently very funny and sustained by a pair of boldly unlikable female protagonists, "Fort Tilden" adopts the glorious stupidity of its stars, and echoes their gratingly obnoxious temperaments.

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    'Bad Words' Star Kathryn Hahn On Being the Misfit and Working With the Late Philip Seymour Hoffman

    Actress Kathryn Hahn has been working steadily for over a decade, appearing memorably in everything from HBO's "Girls" as Jessa's nanny client to Sam Mendes' devastating drama "Revolutionary Road," opposite Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

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    SXSW: Hulu's 'Deadbeat' Creators Have Advice for Actors, Discuss the Difference between Cable and Digital TV

    Cat Deely, Brandon T. Jackson, and Tyler Labine all attended the world premiere screening of Hulu's new series.

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    SXSW Film Announces 2014 Features Lineup; New Films By David Gordon Green & Alejandro Jodorowsky Make Cut

    The 2014 South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival has narrowed a record 2,215 feature-length film submissions to a lucky 115 films. SXSW has officially released this year's features lineup and plans to screen the films over the course of nine days from March 7-15.

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    SXSW: How A Drug Lord's Arrest Changed The Ending of 'The Legend of Shorty'

    What happens when you've made a documentary about the search for an infamous drug lord – Public Enemy #1 -- and the authorities capture him right after you finish your film? If you're filmmakers Angus MacQueen and Guillermo Galdós, you quickly re-edit the documentary so that it's up-to-date when it ...

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    'Fort Tilden' and 'The Great Invisible' Win Top Awards at 2014 SXSW Film Festival

    The 2014 SXSW Film Festival handed out their awards tonight, with Sarah-Violet Bliss & Charles Rogers comedy "Fort Tilden" nabbing the Grand Jury Prize, and Margaret Brown's "The Great Invisible" winning the documentary equivalent.

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