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    Review: Is Jon Favreau's 'Chef' a Return to Indie Form? Not So Fast.

    Jon Favreau looked oddly humble at the world premiere of "Chef," the actor-writer-director's first smaller, character-driven effort since the earlier days of his career, when he wrote "Swingers" with his pal Vince Vaughn and later directed "Made." Buzz hadn't been on his side ahead of the screening,...

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    Get Ready for Showtime's Supernatural Chiller 'Penny Dreadful' with Creepy New Trailer (REVIEW)

    Showtime's new smart horror series "Penny Dreadful" debuts May 11. Watch a new trailer here, plus read our SXSW review.

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    Exclusive: Oscilloscope Picks Up Britpop Doc 'Pulp: A Film About Life, Death, And Supermarkets'

    Following 25 years in the music scene and over 10 million records sold, Britpop band Pulp says goodbye in "Pulp: A Film About Life, Death, And Supermarkets," a SXSW-screened documentary that has just been picked up by Oscilloscope Laboratories.

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    Review: Chris Eska's Meditative, Slow-Burn Civil War Drama 'The Retrieval'

    Chris Eska’s beautifully made Civil War drama “The Retrieval,” which opens at Film Forum April 2, is a quietly stirring journey into America’s ravaged heartland of 1864. It follows three black men, two fully grown and one barely on the cusp of adolescence, as they walk North and navigate the complex...

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    'Cheap Thrills' Star Pat Healy On How to Make It As An Actor On Your Own Terms

    "Cheap Thrills" star Pat Healy talks making a living in the movie business.

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    REVIEW: Why 'Unicorns' Fest Discovery Leah Meyerhoff Is One to Watch

    One of the finds at this year's SXSW Film Festival was Leah Meyerhoff's directorial debut "I Believe in Unicorns," now simply titled "Unicorns," about the aftermath of a 16-year-old girl's first sexual experience, and the velocity of teenage love. Fresh off its Austin premiere, the film played the S...

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    SXSW: How TV is the Real Competition for Indie Film

    Indiewire spoke with marketing executives, writers, and stars about why it matters to have their shows in the festival.

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    SXSW Review: Producer Spike Lee's 'Evolution of a Criminal' Forces You to Change Perspective

    In this emotionally compelling documentary from executive producer Spike Lee, the unique filmmaker puts a new spin on an unreliable narrator.

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    SXSW Announces 2014 Audience Award Winners

    Audience award winners have been announced for the 2014 South by Southwest Film Festival, now wrapping up in Austin.

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