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South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW)

South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW)

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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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    7 Tips for Filmmakers From SXSW: Words of Wisdom from Lena Dunham, Dana Brunetti, Casey Neistat, Ted Hope and Jason Blum

    Sitting in keynote sessions and panel discussions, I came away with a broad sense of how technological advances and the internet have expanded opportunities for filmmakers who no longer have to rely on the traditional gatekeepers to pursue their projects. Here are 7 tips for filmmakers from SXSW.

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    SXSW: Gareth Edwards On His 'Little Passion Project,' 'Godzilla,' and Why He's Bracing for a Meltdown

    In 2010, a rookie British director by the name of Gareth Edwards came to SXSW with "Monsters," a low-budget passion project he wrote, directed, shot and did the visual effects for. Cut to four years later, and Edwards is at the same festival that launched his career with another "little passion proj...

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    SXSW Review: Jimi Hendrix Biopic 'All Is By My Side' Starring Andre 3000, Imogen Poots & Hayley Atwell

    The story goes that before Jimi Hendrix electrified audiences with his game-changing approach to rock 'n roll and blues, coupled with this flamboyant, jaw-dropping guitar technique, he was just another musician trying to pay the bills on the R&B circuit. Until one day, he was spotted by Linda Keith—...

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    With Robert Duvall At SXSW In Austin

    Robert Duvall speaks knowledgeably and enthusiastically about a number of things, but once we were in front of an audience, at South by Southwest, we focused on his remarkably rich career.

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    SXSW Review: Swedish House Mafia Documentary 'Leave The World Behind'

    The electronic dance movement is now. Between French electronic outfit Daft Punk winning the Album of the Year Grammy while dressed as ice cream-colored robots, the Internet-dominating Beyonce surprise release, and earlier this week the release of a new album by 26-year-old dance music maven (and "S...

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    SXSW: The Good, the Bad, and Top Ten Films at the 2014 Fest

    I left this year's SXSW film festival with three takeaways: 1) Sundance programmed some really great titles back in January, many of which South By incorporated into their Festival Favorites category, 2) the Documentary Competition lineup was strong, and 3) the Narrative Competition lineup was not.

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    Interview: Director Lenny Abrahamson on Michael Fassbender’s Giant Head, Faking SXSW in 'Frank' & More

    Obscuring the terrifically expressive and sometimes terrifying (“12 Years a Slave”) face of actor Michael Fassbender may seem like sacrilege, but that’s just what director Lenny Abrahamson (“What Richard Did”) does in “Frank,” a film that premiered atSundance but is—appropriately, for reasons that w...

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    SXSW Review: Vampires Get Real in Hilarious Mock Doc 'What We Do In the Shadows'

    It’s hard out there for a vampire. Sunlight’s a (literal) pain, dining on human blood can get messy, and primping for a night out on the town is tricky when you can’t see your own reflection in a mirror. Aside from these supernatural hang-ups, Taikia Waititi and Jemaine Clement’s rollicking mockume...

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    SXSW Review: Why 'Fort Tilden,' A Satire of Privileged Young Brooklynites, Won the Grand Jury Prize

    While frequently very funny and sustained by a pair of boldly unlikable female protagonists, "Fort Tilden" adopts the glorious stupidity of its stars, and echoes their gratingly obnoxious temperaments.

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