Trailer Park: SXSW Film Day 6
Three picks (and clips) from today's screenings
By Monica Riese,
8:42AM, Wed. Mar. 13, 2013
In our Festival preview coverage, we mapped out eight global films that have a geographical home at their heart. But these three documentaries prove we could have found just as many from the nooks and crannies of the U.S. of A. Check out these trailers for some of today's films to help you find your place.
This is … the Trailer Park.
Muscle Shoals24 Beats Per Second
Wednesday, March 13, 11am, Paramount
One tiny Alabama city has spawned some of the most recognizable names in music: Gregg Allman, Alicia Keys, Bono, and so many more. Is there something in the water? This film was acquired yesterday by Magnolia Films for U.S. distribution.
Spark: A Burning Man StoryDocumentary Spotlight, World Premiere
Wednesday, March 13, 1:45pm, Alamo Ritz
Each year, tens of thousands of people gather in "the worst place in the world" to build a city and then blow it all up. Are we oversimplifying? Catch this project from directors Steve Brown and Jessie Deeter, and then you be the judge.
Sound CitySpecial Events
Wednesday, March 13, 7:15pm, Paramount
What do Metallica, Weezer, Neil Young, and Nirvana have in common? One dumpy studio in California. Find out more in this documentary from director Dave Grohl.
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