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‘Beer’ and ‘Corn,’ ‘Quiet’ and ‘Sound,’ Among Emerging Visions 2007

'Beer' and 'Corn,' 'Quiet' and 'Sound,' Among Emerging Visions 2007

Every year at the SXSW Film Festival, we dedicate a special program of great new features from emerging filmmakers, in our section titled “Emerging Visions.” Eligible for an audience award, the “Emerging Visions” section is a terrific chance to experience the work of newcomers on the verge of making a big impact on the film world.

This year, the selections include work as diverse as Chilean dramedy Scrambled Beer (pictured here), by Cristobal Valderrama, and Aaron Woolf’s timely and textured farming documentary, King Corn. Plus, don’t miss the Sundance buzz title, Great World of Sound by Craig Zobel (pictured below), a highly entertaining satire of the music business. It joins other character-driven pieces such as Aaron Katz’s Quiet City, a delightfully intimate romantic NYC story. Check out all the “Emerging Visions” features playing at SXSW 2007!

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