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SXSW and the City

SXSW and the City

Random notes from an Austin film scene…

– The Alamo Drafthouse is hosting a 3-D movie festival this month. I’m hoping to catch Dial M for Murder in 3-D this week. It’s the end of the festival.

– Speaking of the Alamo, we’re currently firming up our slate for this year’s SXSW Summer Cinema Series. It will run through August and September, just in time for our call for entries for SXSW 2005. Look for an announcement on the details (titles, dates, etc.) soon.

– This week, The Austin Chronicle’s Marc Savlov published a great piece on the Motion Media Arts Center. The group’s Center For Young Cinema enables Austin kids and teenagers a chance to make their own films and develop those cinema skills early. You can read the story over here.

– With a forecast for solid rain, the scheduled Austin film basketball match for this afternoon (featuring teams from SXSW, Austin Film Society, and the Mike Judge film shooting in town) may have to move indoors. Whatever the case, I’ve got my kicks tied tight and ready to move…

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