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South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW)

South By Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW) Photos

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    Hubley & Small

    At the Texas Hall of Fame dinner Friday night in Austin, filmmaker Emily Hubley (left), director of the SXSW short film "Octave," hanging out with producer Jen Small.
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    Shepard & Barker

    Chatting at the cocktail party prior to the annual Texas Hall of Fame dinner at the Austin Studios are writer and actor Sam Shepard with Sony Pictures Classics co-president Michael Barker. The two are currently working together on Wim Wenders' Don't Come Knocking, a Cannes Film Festival debut that is opening in U.S. theaters this month.
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    Al Franken: God Spoke

    Co-directors Chris Hegedus (left) and Nick Doob after the screening of their doc "Al Franken: God Spoke," which had its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival at the beautiful Paramount Theater on Congress Street. Joining the directing team were producers Frazer Pennebaker and D.A. Pennebaker (right). The film about the liberal writer/performer screened just blocks from the Texas legislature. Hey, it's a start...
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    Reilly at SXSW Opening Night Party

    Actor John C. Reilly turned up in Austin for the North American premiere of Robert Altman's "A Prairie Home Companion," which opened the SXSW Film Festival Friday. Reilly is seen here with "A Prairie" producer Tony Judge and SXSW Film Festival producer, Matt Dentler (right).
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    Lovett

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    Matthew McConaughey

    Actor Matthew McConaughey poses for a quick shot with his Texas Film Hall of Fame trophy Friday night in Austin, on the night that SXSW kicked off in Texas. The event benefits the Austin Film Society.
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    "Air Guitar" Mania

    The sticky Sunday night didn't put damper on the "Air Guitar Nation" party, which included a crazy "Air-eoke" contest on stage. Taking it all in is the film's director Alexandra Lipsitz and the two subjects (and apparently rivals) of the film, Dan Crane (aka Bjorn Turoque) and David Jung (right, aka C-Diddy).
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    An "AMERICANese" Triumph

    "AMERICANese" director Eric Byler with SXSW Film Festival producer Matt Dentler after tonight's (Tuesday) award ceremony where the film won two awards.
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    "Apart From That" at Alamo Drafthouse

    The folks from "Apart from That," screening at SXSW had a small but enthusiastic Q&A after an afternoon screening of their film in Austin. One enthusiastic audience member said, "this is the best film I've seen here." The film is described as about a Native American road striper, a student beautician, a Vietnamese banker, his adopted American son and an elderly exhibitionist who attempt to find their footing in a world of 'miscommunication, denial and unmet expectations." Left to right are: actor Toan Le, co-director/writer Randy Walker, co-director/writer Jennifer Shainin, actor Kyle Conyers (front), actor Michelle Sheiman and actor Tony K.
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    "The Life of Reilly"

    Actor Charles Nelson Reilly was the focus of SXSW doc "The Life of Reilly," which had its world premiere at the festival. The film takes a look at Reilly's critically acclaimed stage show that he performed over 400 times recounting his life with often dark hilarity. Unfortunately, Reilly was too ill to make the premiere, but the crew from the film threw a party for him in his absence. Left to right: rock band L7's Donita Sparks who did music for the film, Bob Fagan (producer), Carrie Heckman (executive producer), Wrye Martin (producer), Barry Poltermann (co-director), Frank Anderson (co-director), John Murphy (executive producer), Jesse Trott (assoc. producer).

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