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South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW)

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    SXSW Review: ‘The Mend’ Starring Josh Lucas, Stephen Plunkett & Mickey Sumner

    Sour, acidic, leading characters in cinema are difficult to pull off. Audiences are already inured to charming, heroic protagonists and often repelled by their opposite. But Woody Allen managed unlikable characters for years, Noah Baumbach has successfully taken that mantle, Alex Ross Perry does a w...

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    SXSW: Tobe Hooper On Why Audiences Get 'Texas Chain Saw Massacre' Better Now Than When It Was First Released

    40 years on, "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre" still packs the same punch it did when it first came out and changed the face of horror. In fact, director Tobe Hooper feels it packs even more of a punch now that audiences are able to embrace the film's extremely dark humor, a fact made clear during SXSW...

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    Memo to Distributors From Indiewire's Film Critic: Buy These SXSW 2014 Movies

    At the time of this writing, several of this year's highlights remain without a home. With the roar of the music dying down and crowds receding from the streets, now's an ideal time to consider these options with a sober perspective. Click the movie titles to read more reactions from the Criticwire ...

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    SXSW Review: Vampire Comedy 'What We Do In The Shadows' Draws Blood

    Vampires are a particularly versatile cinematic creature, easily able to transform and readjust to the scenario or metaphoric requirement. Over the past few years they have shown up on the big screen in a number of guises—sparkly lovelorn teenagers, brooding old world counts, Colin Farrell—but a vam...

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    Review: SXSW Dramatic Prize Award Winner 'Fort Tilden'

    “The distress is authentic.” Harper (Bridey Elliott) is describing a barrel on a beach, admiring its organically worn qualities in contrast to a similar barrel that she and BFF Allie (Clare McNulty) impulse-bought on a Brooklyn street corner mere hours before. Of course, that barrel now sits on the ...

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    SXSW: Mindy Kaling Teaches Us 10 Things About Running a TV Show

    Mindy Kaling had as many jokes as she did advice at her panel on running a network television show.

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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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