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South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW)

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    At 2.5 Hours, Does Kevin MacDonald's Doc 'Marley' Add Really Anything New to the Rastafarian's Tale?

    The best sequence in "Marley," Kevin Macdonald's sprawling, two-and-a-half-hour chronicle of Bob Marley's legacy, arrives at the very end. While the credits roll, Macdonald shows Marley fans around the world singing his greatest hits. The diverse cultures and appearances, united by...

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    SXSW Midnighters Include '[Rec] 3,' 'The Tall Man,' 'Girls Against Boys'

    The South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival has unveiled its 2012 line-up of Midnighters.

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    SXSW Film Announces 2012 Features Lineup; 'Big Easy Express' to Close Festival

    Other highlights include the world premiere of "Gayby," a feature based on the award-winning comedic short and "Fat Kid Rules the World," directed by "The Descedants" star Matthew Lillard and starring "Terri" breakout Jacob Wysocki.

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    SXSW Film Head Janet Pierson Says This Year's Films Take Risks

    In preparation for today's announcement of the 2012 SXSW lineup, SXSW film producer Janet Pierson spoke on the phone with Indiewire editor in chief Dana Harris and chief film critic Eric Kohn. An edited transcript of the conversation follows. ERIC KOHN: The first thing I thought when I saw ...

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    'The Cabin in the Woods' From Joss Whedon to Kick Off 2012 SXSW, Lena Dunham's 'GIRLS' Also to Debut

    The 2012 South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival will open March 9 with the world premiere of the mind-bending horror pic "The Cabin in the Woods," directed by Emmy-nominated writer Drew Goddard ("Lost") and co-written by Joss Whedon. Whedon will also be on hand in Austin...

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    FUTURES | Lawyer-Turned-"Cook County" Director David Pomes

    Houston filmmaker David Pomes was a full-time lawyer not too long ago. Now, with his first feature "Cook County" coming out, and a second film in the can, it doesn't seem like he'll be falling back on his previous career.

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    SXSW Unveils First Round of Session Spotlights for 2012 Festival

    Five months out from the fest, the SXSW Film Conference and Festival unveiled the first round of confirmed sessions for the March conference portion of the event. Highlighted conversations include a talk with Cliff Martinez, the composer of "Drive"'s score and a return of Jeffrey Tambor's Acting Wor...

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    SXSW Hit "Natural Selection" Gets Picked Up By The Cinema Guild

    Robbie Pickering's "Natural Selection," which dominated the awards at this year's SXSW Film Festival, has been picked up by The Cinema Guild. The dark comedy chronicles the story of a woman who tries to find her husband's eldest sperm donor baby after she discovers that he has been creating childre...

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    SXSW Launches Eco Conference and They Want Your Help!

    South by Southwest Conferences and Festivals will launch its first SXSW Eco Conference later in the year. The three-day event will bring together experts in the field all dedicated to sustainability technology, research and education.

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    Screen Gems Take SXSW's "Attack The Block"

    SXSW premiere "Attack The Block" will be distributed by Screen Gems, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions (SPWA) announced today. The London-set adventure - directed by Joe Cornish - won the Midnight Feature Audience Award. Check out indieWIRE's review here.

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