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Trainwreck Premieres
The line for the SXSW work-in-progress world premiere of director Judd Apatow’s latest comedy, Trainwreck, turned Congress Ave. and the surrounding streets into a mass of humanity waiting and hoping to get a seat inside the Paramount Theatre on Sunday night.

12:52PM Mon. Mar. 16, 2015, Russ Espinoza Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Quitters
Schoolyard angst and affluent dysfunction come together like peanut butter and jelly in Noah Pritzker’s feature debut as writer and director.

11:10AM Mon. Mar. 16, 2015, Anne Harris Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: The Sandwich Nazi
Salam Kahil is totally inappropriate. Even before walking into his Vancouver deli customers are greeted by a page of rules and warnings, the first of which is: “This deli contains coarse language and nudity!” Kahil delivers no less, asking to pimp out especially good-looking customers, and regaling the huddled hungry with tales of his sexual exploits.

9:57AM Mon. Mar. 16, 2015, Andy Campbell Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Good Things Await
Despite what our esteemed legislators might say, it doesn’t take a scientist to see that the world’s farms are straining beneath the weight of climate change and agri-business.

7:10AM Mon. Mar. 16, 2015, Darcie Robert Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Sweaty Betty
Your giant star-filled headliners and big-name Hollywood premieres are all well and good, but the heart and soul of any film festival are the little movies off to the side of the action, the ones with actors and writers and directors you’ve never heard of taking you inside a world you may never have even known was there.

5:00PM Sun. Mar. 15, 2015, Josh Rosenblatt Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Review: Deathgasm
When you think New Zealand comedy horror, you think side-splitting crudity and stomach-churning mutilation. Deathgasm provides both, with a totally brutal metal soundtrack.

4:08PM Sun. Mar. 15, 2015, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Film Review: Breaking a Monster
Metal and punk recognize no age boundaries, as Austinites know (hey, Residual Kid!). Almost anywhere else though, an African-American metal band too young to get behind the wheel of a car is a major story. And Breaking a Monster is that story.

3:16PM Sun. Mar. 15, 2015, Marc Savlov Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film: Ava DuVernay Keynote
Ava DuVernay strolled into the land of LBJ like she owned the place, and by the end of her keynote at the SXSW Film Conference, she might as well have.

12:20PM Sun. Mar. 15, 2015, Kate X Messer Read More | Comment »

The Kiss That Ignited Austin's Punk Scene
It all comes back to Raul’s, the tiny nightclub on Guadalupe, where Austin’s punk scene ignited with a kiss. The kiss in question was planted on the lips of a policeman by Huns frontman Phil Tolstead on Sept. 19, 1978.

11:47AM Sun. Mar. 15, 2015, Joe O'Connell Read More | Comment »

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