Arts+Labor Does SXSW

Checking in with a local production house at the Fest

Arts+Labor Does SXSW

Austin's production house Arts+Labor has been busy in preparation for South by Southwest.

The firm has five films screening, including three world premieres. One of those premieres is The Retrieval, which last night was honored at the SXSW Film Awards with Special Jury Recognition for Acting going to Tishuan Scott.

Check out this video they produced at the world premiere of Chris Eska's second feature.

SXSW 2013 The Retrieval Premiere from Arts+Labor on Vimeo.

The Retrieval screens once more at South by Southwest: Saturday, March 16, 11am, Stateside.

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