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    SXSW Picks Kick-Ass As Opener

    Clearly, Austin is Kick-Ass country.

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    Docu-Weeks Round-Up

    There happen to be a surfeit of good docs going the rounds right now, which will be available through various media, theatrical, online and if you need to check where to find something, you can look things up on SpeedCine or SnagFilms. Currently playing there is Zombie Girl: The Movie, directed by ...

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    SXSW: Photo Gallery, from 6th Street Brides to Sega Man

    SXSW fest producer Janet Pierson delivered a smooth festival, with just one glitch when one filmmaker didn't show up for a Q & A. Not bad. At the awards ceremony where Made in China (pictured) won the narrative jury prize, Pierson thanked the people she leaned on. But she led those troops. Here's Ki...

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    SXSW Awards Winners

    On Tuesday, the changing of the guard began, as SXSW film people ramped up for awards night, interactive people started to leave town and music people trickled in. Screenings will continue through the weekend. But the film fest proper culminates tonight.

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    SXSW: Hill and Rogen Talk Observe and Report

    Monday morning I interviewed Observe and Report writer-director Jody Hill (The Foot Fist Way) and star Seth Rogen. The movie played well on Monday night at the Paramount. It's a very dark reality-based comedy about fantasy and self-delusion, basically. The flipcam interview is broken into two parts:

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    Links Round-Up: Diamonds, SXSW's Berney, SnagFilm, Digital Distribution

    Paramount has acquired this Wired diamond heist story which is online, still not on stands. Variety comfirms that J.J. Abrams will produce.

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    SXSW Preview: Comedy, DIY, VOD, Critics

    True confession: I am a SXSW newbie. While I've visited Austin, I have never attended this fest, which opens Friday with the Apatowish bromance I Love You, Man, which seems to be a perfect fit for the hip younger groove of SXSW.

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    SXSW Screens Bruno Footage, Debuts Raimi's Drag Me to Hell

    After its success debuting at SXSW such Judd Apatow projects as Forgetting Sarah Marshall last year and Knocked Up the year before, Universal Pics is taking advantage of the hip SXSW demo --and the fest's pre-summer time-frame--to promo two more flicks. The studio will screen the first-ever footage ...

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    SXSW Announces Strong Line-Up: Hurt Locker, Passing Strange, Sin Nombre

    Kathryn Bigelow’s Toronto hit Hurt Locker will screen at SXSW this March, as will Sundance faves Lynn Shelton’s Humpday, Spike Lee’s Passing Strange, Duncan Jones’ Moon, Cary Fukunaga’s Sin Nombre and Greg Mottola’s Adventureland. Launching at the Austin Fest are Gerald Peary's long-awaited doc For the Love of Movies: The Story of American Film Criticism, Sebastian Gutierrez’s Women in Trouble, Wyatt McDill’s Four Boxes, David Lee Miller’s My Suicide, Tim McCanlie’s The Two Bobs, Brant Sersen’s Splinterheads, Andrew Bujalski’s Beeswax, Joe Swanberg’s Alexander the Last, Nash Edgerton’s The Square, Michael Paul Step...

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