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South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW)

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    SXSW Review: ‘Kelly & Cal’ Starring Juliette Lewis & Jonny Weston

    The notions of a mother estranged from her own offspring and a millennial teen embittered with the rage, hard-luck and confinement of his paralysis are, on their own, distinct and interesting ideas worth investigating. And the indie “Kelly & Cal” takes both of these ideas and merges them together in...

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    Interview: Robert Duvall’s Still Got It In “A Night In Old Mexico”

    It’s no surprise that Robert Duvall is a cantankerous (and charming) old coot in his new film, “A Night in Old Mexico,” helmed by the Spanish director and composer Emilio Aragón. The 83-year-old is still in fine and feisty form as Red Bovie, an old cowboy forced off his land by developers turning th...

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    SXSW Review: 'Doc Of the Dead' Explores How Zombies Rose From The Grave & Strangled Pop Culture

    Zombies are definitely having a cultural moment. In fact, their blood-smeared claws are all over every aspect of the post-apocalyptic pop culture terror-dome, from the phenomenally successful cable series "The Walking Dead" to Brad Pitt's against-all-odds box office smash "World War Z," to things li...

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    Lena Dunham's Feminist Week: From SNL to SXSW

    Dunham on men's rights, female typecasting, and telling her story through "whatever means necessary."

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    SXSW Women Directors: Meet Doris Dorrie

    "I wanted to tell a different story about Mexico than the one about the drug war that we hear constantly."

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    From Teen Welfare Dad to YouTube Icon: Casey Neistat Tells SXSW How He Did It

    It's no coincidence that Casey Neistat has made short branded films for Nike because his keynote address today at SXSW might be summarized bet by the sneaker brands slogan: Just Do It.

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    SXSW Review: Oscar-Winning Short Film Receives Questionable Feature-Length Upgrade With 'Before I Disappear'

    Writer-director-star Shawn Christensen's Oscar-winning 2012 short "Curfew" stuffs a substantial amount of emotion and personality into 20 minutes. "Before I Disappear," Christensen's polished feature-length treatment of the same scenario, contains all the strong moments that distinguished "Curfew" w...

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    SXSW: Ethan Hawke on What Makes For Good Sci-Fi and Why Robert Redford Isn't That Great An Actor

    Over two decades into his career as a screen actor, Ethan Hawke is now in demand more than ever. Just last year he experienced the biggest box-office opening of his career with the surprise smash hit horror "The Purge," and now Hawke is at SXSW with not one, but two films: Richard Linklater's "Boyho...

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    SXSW Women Directors: Meet Iva Radivojevic

    "I myself had moved to three different countries by the age of 18, one of which was Cyprus. I was an immigrant to the island and [my film] is told through a personal point of view, though it's not about me, but the people we meet along the way."

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