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SXSW Film Review: The Antisocial Network
The Antisocial Network sounds like a feel-good movie about how anime fans and nerdy outsiders came together to build an online community. But it’s really about how “we did it for the lulz” is the new “we were only following orders.”

2:38PM Mon. Mar. 11, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: We're All Gonna Die
Everything was once unprecedented, and, with each passing year, it feels like we’re experiencing more of what was once unheard of. But then, incredible things happen, and no matter how much we’re intrigued or outraged at first, all that was once unthinkable becomes an eerie new normal.

2:30PM Mon. Mar. 11, Dex Wesley Parra Read More | Comment »

From Star Wars to Magpie, Daisy Ridley Traces an Eclectic Career in SXSW Session
The day after the world premiere of her feature film Magpie, Daisy Ridley sat down on Sunday with moderator Mia Galuppo of The Hollywood Reporter to discuss her career, from the early days before her big break in Star Wars: The Force Awakens to her current projects that continue to highlight the actress’ range and talent.

11:07AM Mon. Mar. 11, Jenny Nulf Read More | Comment »

Selena Gomez Sparks Mental Health Conversation at SXSW
In a Sunday panel moderated by licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Jessica Stern, pop singer and Emmy-nominated actress Selena Gomez discussed the importance of prioritizing mental health in everyday life.

10:05PM Sun. Mar. 10, Miranda Garza Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: How Music Got Free
Working from journalist Stephen Witt’s 2015 book of the same name, How Music Got Free director Alexandria Stapleton enlists executives and artists from Universal Music to tell the story of, well, how music got free. The results are often fascinating.

9:41PM Sun. Mar. 10, Joe Gross Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Resynator
If the inner lives of our parents can sometimes feel as unknowable as a black box, filmmaker Alison Tavel can point to an actual black box as one of the few physical tethers she has to her late father.

7:40PM Sun. Mar. 10, Kimberley Jones Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Film Review: Y2K
Ah, the good ol’ days. Burning mixtapes on CDs, recording freestyle rap battles on camcorders, messaging your class crush on AOL chat boards. Frosted tips. Home workouts. Nu metal. And who could forget the night the computers reached Singularity, killing and enslaving all of humanity? What a time.

3:20PM Sun. Mar. 10, Dex Wesley Parra Read More | Comment »

Mike Judge and Cast on the Impact of Office Space 25 Years On
As the moderator of Saturday’s Office Space reunion panel pointed out, the comedy classic was the first movie to introduce the concept of “quiet quitting,” a hot topic of late.

2:50PM Sun. Mar. 10, Marjorie Baumgarten Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Babes
The cinematic lovechild of Ilana Glazer and Pamela Adlon is a raunchy exploration of pregnancy pitfalls, bonded women, and bodily fluid mishaps. Navigating early motherhood has rarely been so belly-laugh hilarious or filled with excellent nasty truth reveals about growing bodies inside our bodies.

1:57PM Sun. Mar. 10, Jessi Cape Read More | Comment »

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