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    SXSW Women Directors: Meet Leigh Janiak

    "I wanted to tell an intimate, grounded genre story."

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    SXSW Exclusive: Meet Davina In Clip From Romantic Drama 'I Believe In Unicorns'

    SXSW is upon us, with the festival kicking off today. And while there are plenty of starry attractions and movies, it's always worth keeping a good eye on the smaller films making their way to Austin. And one to keep your radar tuned to is Leah Meyerhoff's debut feature, "I Believe In Unicorns."

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    EXCLUSIVE: All-New Clip from SXSW World Premiere 'Sequoia'

    Check out an exclusive clip from SXSW world premiere "Sequoia," starring Aly Michalka ("Easy A") as a young woman battling a dangerous illness who plans one last trip to a bucolic national park. The film bows at the Austin fest on March 9 in the narrative spotlight section.

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    SXSW Women Directors: Meet Sandrine Orabona

    "I like to say that we went through our own special version of SEAL training. Kristin did 13 tours in multiple countries and belonged to what is widely considered the world's most elite warrior class. Matching her energy level was the most challenging thing for me."

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    What You Need to Know About The Six Series Premiering In SXSW's First-Ever Episodic Section

    Astrophysicists, vampire strippers, computer programmers and mediums -- learn everything you need to know in order to be ready for this year's first-ever series-centric SXSW Episodic program.

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    SXSW Deal: Oscilloscope Takes Comedy 'Buzzard' by Joel Potrykus (TRAILER)

    A few days shy of the 2014 edition of SXSW, Oscilloscope has nabbed comedy "Buzzard," set to make its world premiere at the fest on March 8. Directed by Joel Potrykus, it follows a small-time scam artist who finds himself on a strange journey to Detroit, with only bad checks, a Nintendo Power Glove ...

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    EXCLUSIVE: Clip from SXSW World Premiere Doc 'Above All Else,' on Fighting the Keystone XL Oil Pipeline

    TOH! has scored an exclusive clip from SXSW world premiere doc "Above All Else," following one David Daniel as he attempts to rally neighbors and environmental activists alike to build a tree-top blockade of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. Watch below, plus trailer.

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    EXCLUSIVE: New Clip from SXSW World Premiere 'Patrick's Day,' Directed by Terry McMahon

    Check out this exclusive clip from upcoming SXSW entry "Patrick's Day," set to make its world premiere at the Austin fest on March 8. Written and directed by Terry McMahon ("Charlie Casanova"), the film centers on a schizophrenic young man attempting to build a relationship with a suicidal flight at...

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    EXCLUSIVE: Watch a First Clip from SXSW World Premiere 'Thank You A Lot'

    TOH! has scored an exclusive clip to SXSW premiere "Thank You A Lot," centering on a struggling Austin music manager who is facing the possibility of losing his job unless he signs with his reclusive country music father (played by real-life underground country star James Hand). Check it out, below.

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    Exclusive: Celebrate July 4th With Clip From 'Other Months' Premiering At SXSW Film Festival

    Sometimes, self-discovery is the most difficult journey to take, but that exploration forms the center of "Other Months," the feature debut from writer/director Nick Singer.

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