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Trailer Park: SXSW Film Day 9

Three picks (and clips) from today's screenings

By Monica Riese, 8:30AM, Sat. Mar. 15

Take Me to the River
Take Me to the River

Welcome to South by Southwest Film, where the lines are a mess and your planning won't matter. Do you race across town for another show, or start lining up now for your evening pick? On the final day of the Fest, we're posting a few trailers for the day's films to help you make (or, you know, complicate) some of those tough scheduling decisions.

This is … the Trailer Park.

The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz


Festival Favorites
Saturday, March 15, 4:30pm, Vimeo

Edward Snowden and Julian Assange got to teleconference in and speak for themselves during SXSW Interactive, but the other leading Internet freedom fighter of this generation – Aaron Swartz, who committed suicide last year – can't. Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger tells his story as best he can; read our interview with the director here.

For Those About to Rock. The Story of Rodrigo y Gabriela


24 Beats Per Second, World Premiere
Saturday, March 15, 2pm, Paramount

Fitting, for the weekend of SXSW Music, here's the story of two talented guitarists from Mexico who have become an international sensation for their unique style of play and "fairytale" story.

Take Me to the River


24 Beats Per Second, World Premiere
Saturday, March 15, 11am, Paramount

A little closer to home, this love letter to Memphis shines a spotlight on the undeniable groove emanating from that Tennessee town.


Don't miss all our latest news from the Fest; follow along at austinchronicle.com/sxsw or on Twitter (@ACScreens).

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