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SXSW Panel: The Messy Truth With Van Jones
With a Southern preacher’s vigor and his renowned diplomacy, CNN host and commentator Van Jones reinvigorated his passionate call to “decode Trump” and his supporters, while continuing his walking back of his much-criticized praise of President Trump’s first address to Congress.

1:10PM Sat. Mar. 11, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Barbecue
Where a lazier filmmaker might have turned a documentary about grilling meat into a lusty, slobbering viral video, director Matthew Salleh opted instead for an engaged and celebratory study of international cooking cultures.

12:53PM Sat. Mar. 11, Sean L. Malin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Fits and Starts
The satire is turned up to high, as a talented but neurotic writer (Wyatt Cenac) tries to find himself and escape the shadow of his successful writer wife (Greta Lee) in the world premiere of Laura Terruso’s directorial debut, the dazzling and sweet comedy Fits and Starts.

12:38PM Sat. Mar. 11, Kahron Spearman Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Person to Person
Following half a dozen storylines over the course of a typical day in the city, Dustin Guy Defa’s Person to Person is a familiar indie archetype and a 16mm love letter to the Big Apple.

10:45AM Sat. Mar. 11, Michael Agresta Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: The Transfiguration
It’s easy to tell what kind of vampire movie The Transfiguration wants to be, because its antihero, Milo (Eric Ruffin), comes out and tells us: He likes Let the Right One In and Nosferatu, not True Blood and certainly not Twilight.

10:30AM Sat. Mar. 11, Michael Agresta Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Rat Film
The idea for Rat Film sprouted from a rat trapped in a Baltimore trash can, swirling, scraping, aching to be set free.

12:30AM Sat. Mar. 11, Joe O'Connell Read More | Comment »

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Chronicle Recommends: Protest Movies
Every month, the Chronicle’s film critics select a theme and offer movie recommendations. In honor of March's A Day Without a Woman general strike, we're singling out a few of our favorite protest films.

1:26PM Fri. Mar. 10, Chronicle Film Staff Read More | Comment »

Monstrous Masterpiece Pig at Midnight
Horror fans at SXSW get spoiled this year with three retrospective screenings. There's a classic in Alien, and a cult favorite in Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon. But few titles are more shrouded in mystery and lore than Pig, the extraordinary and near-mythical extreme horror explosion from Adam Mason.

11:40AM Fri. Mar. 10, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

2017 SXSW Film Venue Guide
SXSW is undeniably chaotic, but there is order to be found in this universe. Keep reading for our Austin insider’s guide to film venues, the line system, and tips on how to get fed and when you'll need to pack a sweater.

12:48PM Fri. Mar. 3 Read More | Comment »

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