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South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW)

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    Kevin Murphy Talks Syfy's TV Series/Transmedia Project 'Defiance,' Mythology Coordinators and the Second Season That's Already in the Works

    "Defiance," the upcoming television series/transmedia event from Syfy, seems like the perfect project for SXSW, a mix of narrative boundary-pushing and technology right on line between hip and geeky. "Defiance" is both a video game and a Western-influenced science fiction drama set on a near-future ...

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    Qu(e)eries: How 3 SXSW Films Continue a 'Divine' Year For LGBT Documentaries

    Coming on the heels of some exceptionally strong LGBT docs at both Sundance (Marta Cunningham's "Valentine Road" and Roger Ross Williams' "God Loves Uganda") and Berlin (Sébastien Lifshitz's "Bambi" and Angela Christlieb's "Naked Opera"), SXSW continued what is clearly shaping up to become a banner...

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    The MPAA's Joan Graves Visits SXSW to Talk Ratings

    Nestled among the listings of the many, many panels that made up the SXSW Film and Interactive festivals this year was an unexpected name -- Joan Graves, the head of the MPAA and the only member of the ratings board whose identity is made public.

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    Adam Rifkin Explains How He Carved a Film Version of 'Reality Show' Out of His Showtime TV Series

    As you'd guess from the title, Adam Rifkin's "Reality Show" is about television -- specifically unscripted TV and the quest to be both genuine and to gather the most juicy of dramas.

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    SXSW: Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and Rachel Korine On Partying With Real 'Spring Breakers' and Dealing With a Method-y James Franco

    Of all the films screening here at SXSW, none had Austin more riled up than the U.S. premiere of Harmony Korine's subversive and scandalous candy colored blast "Spring Breakers." As you've probably gathered from the slew of promos released by A24 for the film (which opens in select theaters this Fri...

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    SXSW: Sara Paxton On Performing Air Sex in Front of a Live Audience and Going "Full Blown 'Lincoln'" For 'The Bounceback'

    You'd be hard pressed to find a more balls-to-the-wall comedic performance at SXSW this year than Sara Paxton's scene-stealing turn in the breakup/makeup romantic comedy "The Bounceback."

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    SXSW 2013: Winners As They Come In

    The 2013 SXSW Film Festival awards ceremony is underway here in Austin, Texas.

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    SXSW Review: 'GO FOR SISTERS' Illustrates the Best and Worst of John Sayles

    For decades now, John Sayles has written and directed movies rooted first and foremost in sharply conceived characters. More recently, even as his scrappy, self-financed productions have varied in quality, this central aspect has remained in place. "GO FOR SISTERS," like the filmmaker's previous fea...

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    SXSW Review: 'The Punk Singer' Demonstrates the Lasting Vitality of Feminist Rocker Kathleen Hanna

    For some 15 years, feminist punk rocker Kathleen Hanna carried the torch of a movement seemingly defined by her furious investment in the cause and the artistry that brought it to national attention. As the energetic frontwoman for Bikini Kill throughout the nineties, followed by the hugely popular ...

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