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SXSW Film Review: Bounce: How the Ball Taught the World to Play
What is it about those ubiquitous spheres that have captivated members of the animal kingdom since time immemorial? Everywhere on the big blue marble we call Earth, balls seem to make the world go ’round.

2:06PM Fri. Mar. 20, Marjorie Baumgarten Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Bounce: How the Ball Taught the World to Play
 
SXSW Film Review: Sneakerheadz
When you see kids and adults camped out in a line for two days, they’re probably not in front of a record store these days. It’s more likely a footwear purveyor where Nike or Adidas or Puma is holding a LR collab release at 8am, unleashing something like Del Toro x Snarkitecture LE collab Alto Chukka, or maybe Nike LeBron Fruity Pebbles.

1:36PM Fri. Mar. 20, Anne Harris Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Landfill Harmonic
Like recycled garbage used to create symphonic-quality musical instruments, Brad Allgood and Graham Townsley Landfill Harmonic is a secret treasure. What seems a competent document about survival amidst environmental devastation is actually a story of the dull throb of existence gleefully recalibrated by the thundering heartbeat of music.

1:05PM Fri. Mar. 20, Kate X Messer Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck
There’s been no shortage of Nirvana-centric books, films, and posthumous music released in the 16 years since Kurt Cobain’s suicide. Brett Morgen’s doc magically captures something few rock docs convey: the heart and soul, the very essence of their subject.

11:45AM Fri. Mar. 20, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Animated Shorts
Curated collections are always a mixed batch. Think of it like a dinner with many cooks: Sometimes you choke on undercooked greens before slurping a delicious sundae.

10:30AM Fri. Mar. 20, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

Peace Officer Puts a Face on Police Militarization
Peace Officer is such a timely film, it’s almost absurd. The documentary, which won the grand jury prize this week at SXSW, deals with the rise of police militarization and use-of-force deaths.

10:00AM Fri. Mar. 20, Amy Kamp Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Film Review: Midnight Shorts
The short film may be the perfect medium for horror: A concise, razor-keen concept can slash and burn, and the fact that the audience does not spend feature-length time with the characters means less emotional time when they are dispatched.

4:05PM Thu. Mar. 19, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: They Will Have to Kill Us First
Johanna Schwartz’s documentary on the plight of Malian musicians forced to flee their homes after the fall of neighboring Libya’s Muammar Gaddafi sparked a bloody jihadist uprising in their own country is flat-out mesmerizing.

3:40PM Thu. Mar. 19, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Deep Time
In this followup to his 2009 documentary, Crude Independence, director Noah Hutton revisits Stanley, North Dakota, to investigate how the town’s residents and their values have changed since the 2006 oil boom on the Bakken Shale.

3:34PM Thu. Mar. 19, Melanie Haupt Read More | Comment »

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