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South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW)

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    SXSW: Marc Webb On How Video Games Taught Him to Make Films and What He Regrets About 'Spider-Man'

    Few filmmakers in recent memory experienced quite the ascent Marc Webb did when he was handed reigns to Sony's "Spider-Man" franchise with only one feature credit under his belt (the breakout Sundance smash "(500) Days of Summer").

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    SXSW Review: How the Murder Mystery 'Wild Canaries' Transcends the Clichés of NYC Hipster Comedies

    The struggles of young New Yorkers have provided fodder for countless middle-of-the-road portraits of urban angst that vainly strive to reach for the tropes of Woody Allen angst. "Wild Canaries" has all the markings of this formula but makes some admirable attempts to shake it up by stuffing the usu...

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    SXSW Women Directors: Meet Diana Whitten

    "'Vessel' is Rebecca's story: one of a woman who hears and answers a calling, and transforms a wildly improbable idea into a global movement."

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    SXSW: Fan-Fueled Phenom 'Veronica Mars' Recaptures the Magic of the Original Kristen Bell Series

    Can you ever go back to the past after you've closed the book on it, and would you want to? Will you like what you find there?

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    SXSW: Is AMC's New Drama 'Halt and Catch Fire' the Network's Next 'Mad Men'?

    Almost three months away from its television premiere, AMC's new drama "Halt and Catch Fire" screened its first episode at SXSW.

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    SXSW Review: Scary Haunted Mirror Horror 'Oculus'

    If there's one certainty in the horror genre, it's that trends will come and go. Some strain of horror will be popular for a few years, then disappear just as quickly, waiting for its moment of reinvention or cultural relevance. The genre's recent past has been dominated by two forces: the torture-p...

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    'Veronica Mars' Premieres at SXSW Nearly One Year After Kickstarter Campaign

    Even rain couldn't put a damper on the premiere of "Veronica Mars," which premiered today at SXSW nearly one year after the Kickstarter campaign resurrected the TV series and seven years after the show went off the air.

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    SXSW Review: ‘Neighbors’ Starring Seth Rogen, Zac Efron & Rose Byrne

    The last time Universal screened one of their big summer comedies at South by Southwest, it turned out to be "Bridesmaids"—a movie that not only proved to be a massive financial success (and a breakthrough for its cowriter/star Kristin Wiig) but a critical one as well, even earning an Academy Award ...

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    SXSW Review: 'Veronica Mars' Starring Kristen Bell

    The mere existence of a "Veronica Mars" movie seems downright miraculous in and of itself. This was a beloved but barely viewed cult television series that aired on the now-defunct UPN for three unceremonious seasons before being banished to the illusory land of "canceled before its time." Years aft...

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    SXSW Review: ‘The Heart Machine’ Starring Kate Lyn Sheil & John Gallagher Jr.

    As more tools, apps, devices and iProducts emerge to ease the struggles of modern existence, the manifestations of each invention come with unforeseen consequences. And as such, as the digital age progresses, the complexities of intimacy, relationships and sex are increased. While the stigma of onli...

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