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    SXSW Hit "Natural Selection" Gets Picked Up By The Cinema Guild

    Robbie Pickering's "Natural Selection," which dominated the awards at this year's SXSW Film Festival, has been picked up by The Cinema Guild. The dark comedy chronicles the story of a woman who tries to find her husband's eldest sperm donor baby after she discovers that he has been creating childre...

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    SXSW Launches Eco Conference and They Want Your Help!

    South by Southwest Conferences and Festivals will launch its first SXSW Eco Conference later in the year. The three-day event will bring together experts in the field all dedicated to sustainability technology, research and education.

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    Screen Gems Take SXSW's "Attack The Block"

    SXSW premiere "Attack The Block" will be distributed by Screen Gems, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions (SPWA) announced today. The London-set adventure - directed by Joe Cornish - won the Midnight Feature Audience Award. Check out indieWIRE's review here.

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    Cricket Eating and Organized Chaos: Ten Reasons Why SXSW Still Works

    SXSW celebrated its 25th anniversary this year, but the essential elements remain unchanged: It's still 10 days of movies and music and new media experienced by masses of people with reckless energy. It also means many things to many different people, but here's a few notes about what the latest edi...

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    SXSW '11 | Rounding Up the Coverage, Neatly Packaged

    This past Sunday saw the 2011 SXSW Film Conference and Festival come to an end. indieWIRE and members of the iW blog network were on the scene in Austin to report on the 8-day event, which kicked off with the world premiere of Duncan Jones' well-recieved "Source Code," and wrapped with Billy Bob Tho...

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    Final SXSW Audience Award Winners Include Joe Cornish's "Attack The Block"

    The SXSW Film Festival announced its final award winners Saturday morning, all of which were selected by the films' audiences.

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    SXSW '11 | Reviews from indieWIRE & Around the Web

    The 2011 SXSW Film Conference and Festival comes to close this Sunday, March 20. To wind down from what's been a great festival, indieWIRE has compiled a list of all our reviews from Austin. Also included are reviews from our blog network and from across the web.

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    SXSW FUTURES | Actor Olly Alexander Gives the "Dish" on Going for a Dream

    British actor Olly Alexander probably had a start other would-be actors dream of. A friend hooked him up with people who had connections and off he was to auditions, landing himself a part in a television show one summer in between terms at school. Then, he met none other than writer-director G...

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    SXSW 2011: A Guide To All The Films

    The SXSW Film Conference and Festival is officially under way in Austin, Texas, and indieWIRE's team is on the scene. We've also decided to make things easier for our readers by compiling this handy guide to each of the films screening at the fest, including links to all applicable film pages. The...

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    SXSW iPOP | From Awards to Screenings to Parties; A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

    With a parade of high profile guests this week, including the likes of Jake Gyllenhaal, Conan O'Brien and Jodie Foster, the SXSW Film Festival is far and away from its former status as a mere addendum to its older sibling, the Music Festival. In fact, longtime attendees at SXSW have marveled at its growth. In the first weekend, the cavernous Austin Convention Center was wall to wall people. There was a queue to go down the escalator leading from one of the many panels on the second floor and one had to sidestep down wide hallways. Giveaways, free food and happy hour abounded. If one wanted to just eat and drink after a heavy round of panels a...

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