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The Indiewire 2014 SXSW Bible: Your Guide to All of Our Coverage

The Indiewire 2014 SXSW Bible: Your Guide to All of Our Coverage

Indiewire is on the scene at the 2014 SXSW Festival. Because we’ll be posting so much throughout the run of the festival,
we’ve compiled this SXSW master list to help you keep track of all
our coverage. Keep checking back daily until the festival wraps on March 15 for all the latest reviews, features, TV and interactive coverage, news items and interviews out of the

The Winners:

‘Fort Tilden’ and ‘The Great Invisible’ Win Top Awards at 2014 SXSW Film Festival

The Films:

SXSW Film Announces 2014 Features Lineup; New Films By David Gordon Green & Alejandro Jodorowsky Make Cut

SXSW Locks Down Midnighters Section and Reveals Complete Shorts Lineup

Pre-Fest Coverage:

5 Observations About the 2014 SXSW Lineup With Insight From Film Festival Head Janet Pierson

Indiewire Picks the 10 Most Buzzed About Films Premiering at SXSW 2014

The SXSW Springboard: 10 Actors to Watch Out For at the 2014 Festival


Memo to Distributors From Indiewire’s Film Critic: Buy These SXSW 2014 Movies

Critic’s Notebook: Why You Should Care About the SXSW Film Festival

Is Jon Favreau’s ‘Chef’ a Return to Indie Form? Only In the Context of His Own Career

Fan-Fueled Phenom ‘Veronica Mars’ Recaptures the Magic of the Original Kristen Bell Series

How the Murder Mystery ‘Wild Canaries’ Transcends the Clichés of NYC Hipster Comedies

Junkie Lovers Struggle to Survive In Tender Drama ‘Animals,’ Starring David Dastmalchian & Kim Shaw

Abortion Doc Provides Heroic Aid at Sea In ‘Vessel,’ But Is the Movie About Her a Missed Opportunity?

‘Ping Pong Summer’ Delights In 1980’s Nostalgia, But There’s More To It Than That

Was Richard Linklater’s 12 Year Production ‘Boyhood’ Worth the Wait? In a Word, Yes.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead Stars In ‘Faults,’ a Bizarre Cult Comedy With Surprises In Store

Why ‘The Infinite Man’ Is an Exemplary Time Travel Comedy

‘Long Distance’ Is a Powerful, Moving Romance For the Technology Age

Oscar-Winning Short Film Receives Questionable Feature-Length Upgrade With ‘Before I Disappear’

Michael Fassbender Wears a Giant Fake Head In Irreverent Music Comedy ‘Frank’

The Internet’s Own Boy’ Explores the Tragic Fate of a Technology Icon

How ‘Print the Legend’ Turns the Prospects of 3D Printing Into a Fascinating Corporate Drama

Why ‘Fort Tilden,’ A Satire of Privileged Young Brooklynites, Won the Grand Jury Prize

Producer Spike Lee’s ‘Evolution of a Criminal’ Forces You to Change Perspective


5 Essential Events Film/Tech Geeks Won’t Want to Miss at SXSW


Why the Seth MacFarlane-Produced ‘Cosmos’ Revamp for Fox Is Spectacular Enough for the Big Screen

Is AMC’s New Drama ‘Halt and Catch Fire’ the Network’s Next ‘Mad Men’?

Robert Rodriguez’s TV Debut ‘From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series’ Is Uneven But Heavy On Attitude

‘Penny Dreadful’ Scares Its Audience Right Out of the Theater

Mike Judge’s ‘Silicon Valley’ Delights with Double Billing as Cast Jokingly Begs HBO For More Seasons

Hulu’s ‘Deadbeat’ Creators Have Advice for Actors, Discuss the Difference between Cable and Digital TV


Neil DeGrasse Tyson Explains the Scientific Agenda Behind ‘Cosmos’ And Why He’s Not Afraid of the Religious Right

Ted Hope Talks About His Plans for Fandor and How It Will Save Indie Film

How A Drug Lord’s Arrest Changed The Ending of ‘The Legend of Shorty’

Gareth Edwards On His ‘Little Passion Project,’ ‘Godzilla,’ and Why He’s Bracing for a Meltdown

‘Bad Words’ Star Kathryn Hahn On Being the Misfit and Working With the Late Philip Seymour Hoffman

Ethan Hawke on What Makes For Good Sci-Fi and Why Robert Redford Isn’t That Great An Actor

‘Halt and Catch Fire’ Showrunner Jonathan Lisco on Why AMC’s Latest Isn’t a Replacement for ‘Mad Men’

Why Josh Hartnett Feels His New Showtime Show ‘Penny Dreadful’ Is Like Working in Independent Film

Talks and Panels:

Here Are the Best Things Nicolas Cage Said During His Career-Spanning SXSW Talk

Tilda Swinton Tells SXSW How She Feels About Cinema — Her Answer is Sublime

Marc Webb On How Video Games Taught Him to Make Films and What He Regrets About ‘Spider-Man’

Seth Meyers on Taking Over ‘Late Night’ and Finding New Writers on Twitter

Low-Budget Producer Jason Blum on The Secret of His Success

‘House of Cards’ Producer Dana Brunetti Rails Against Celebrity Crowdfunding

Lena Dunham Calls For Industry to Change Its Attitude Toward Women in Keynote Speech

Here Are the Best Things Nicolas Cage Said During His Career-Spanning SXSW Talk

John Sloss Urges Filmmakers to Demand VOD Numbers

From Teen Welfare Dad to YouTube Icon: Casey Neistat Tells SXSW How He Did It


Sci-Fi Film ‘Space Station 76’ Acquired by Sony Pictures Worldwide

Fandor Acquires ‘Easy’ for Daniel Laabs Shorts Showcase

Lionsgate Nabs Rights to ‘Exists,’ the Bigfoot Found Footage Film from ‘Blair Witch’ Director

‘Veronica Mars’ Premieres at SXSW Nearly One Year After Kickstarter Campaign

Taking an Anxious Pee In a Clip From Comedy Thriller ‘Housebound,’ Premiering at SXSW Today

The Poster for SXSW Doc ‘Beyond Clueless,’ About Hollywood Coming-of-Age Classics

Mindy Kaling Teaches Us 10 Things About Running a Show


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