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    Trailer Watch: SXSW Narrative Spotlight Comedy 'Kilimanjaro' Follows One Man's Quest to Climb a Mountain and Get a Grip

    Check out the trailer for Walter Strafford's comedy "Kilimanjaro," premiering at SXSW on March 9 in the fest's Narrative Spotlight section. The film centers on Doug (Brian Geraghty, "The Hurt Locker"), who decides to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in the wake of a bad breakup...

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    Exclusive Clip: SXSW Documentary 'Big Joy' Follows the Pre-Beat, Pansexual Adventures of Artist James Broughton

    Check out this exclusive clip from Steven Silha and Eric Slade's documentary "Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton," making its world premiere at SXSW on March 9. The film centers on pre-Beat filmmaker and poet Broughton, whose pansexual lifestyle...

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    Meet the 2013 SXSW Filmmakers #31: Dennis Iliadis' John Hughes-Inspired Thriller 'Plus One'

    Meet the 2013 SXSW Filmmakers #31: Dennis Iliadis' John Hughes-Inspired Thriller 'Plus One'

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    SXSW Watch: 'Big Ass Spider!' No, Seriously: 'Big Ass Spider!' [VIDEO]

    Not gonna lie: I was kinda-sorta traumatized during my misspent youth when I witnessed a humongous arachnid attack rock-'n-rollin' teens in "Earth vs. The Spider."

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    Meet the 2013 SXSW Filmmakers #28: Dayna Hanson Combines Multiple Art Forms in 'Improvement Club'

    Meet the 2013 SXSW Filmmakers #28: Dayna Hanson Combines Multiple Art Forms in 'Improvement Club'

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    Meet the 2013 SXSW Filmmakers #26: Civil War Drama 'The Retrieval' Director Chris Eska on the Intensive Search for the Perfect Main Actor

    Texan filmmaker Chris Eska brings his sophomore feature to SXSW after winning big at the Spirit Awards in 2007 for his debut, "August Evening."

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    Watch: Trailer For Acclaimed Gay Drama 'Pit Stop,' Which Heads To SXSW Next Week

    Yen Tan’s quiet, moving "Pit Stop" made its world premiere at Sundance back in January, but if you missed it be sure to check it out next week as it heads home to Texas (where it's set) for SXSW.

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    Exclusive Clip: SXSW Documentary 'And Who Taught You to Drive' Follows Three Quests for Foreign Drivers Licenses

    Check out this exclusive clip from SXSW documentary "And Who Taught You to Drive?" The film, directed by Andrea Thiele, follows three different individuals as they jump through hoops to attain drivers licenses in foreign countries -- German Mirela in India, American Jake in Japan, and South Korean H...

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    Watch: Adam Brody in an Exclusive Scene From Neil LaBute's SXSW Premiere 'Some Girl(s)'

    After some odd directorial decisions of late (the contested, eyebrow-raising remakes of "Death at a Funeral" and "The Wicker Man"), acclaimed playwright and filmmaker Neil LaBute has mostly stuck to writing and making short films in the last few years.

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    Futures: Andrew Zuchero Explodes Heads, Old School Style, in His Short Sensation 'The Apocalypse'

    Why He's On Our Radar: Few shorts at Sundance shocked and elicited as many laughs as Andrew Zuchero's end of days splatterfest "The Apocalypse." The short (which you can view below) premiered in Park City as part of the Sundance Digital Screening Room and was featured on their YouTube channel, where...

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