SXSW Film 2015 Rundown

Reviews, interviews, photo galleries, and more

Over nine days of SXSW Film, we churned out so many reviews and interviews and photo galleries, it’s hard to keep track. Here’s a handy rundown of all our SXSW Film 2015 coverage.

Tab Hunter Confidential

Reviews

Best of Enemies
Danny Says
We Like It Like That
Monte Adentro
Bounce: How the Ball Taught the World to Play
Sneakerheadz
Landfill Harmonic
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck
Animated Shorts program
Midnight Shorts program
They Will Have to Kill Us First
Deep Time
Nina Forever
Dominguinhos
Manson Family Vacation
All Things Must Pass
A Woman Like Me
Peace Officer
Planetary
Made in Japan
Tab Hunter Confidential
Stone Barn Castle
The Damned: Don't You Wish That We Were Dead
Sailing a Sinking Sea
Moonwalkers
The Boy
The Grief of Others
Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine
Madina’s Dream
Funny Bunny
Petting Zoo
Twinsters
The Goob
Creative Control
The Invitation
Naz & Maalik
Pod
Disaster Playground
The Nymphets
The Frontier
She’s the Best Thing in It
The Look of Silence
A Space Program
KRISHA
God Bless the Child
7 Chinese Brothers
Out to Win
Poached
Frame by Frame
Son of the Congo
Texas Shorts
Mavis!
Deep Web
Bone in the Throat
Bikes vs Cars
Quitters
The Sandwich Nazi
Good Things Await
Sweaty Betty
Deathgasm
Breaking a Monster
The Ceremony
Excess Flesh
Uncle Kent 2
Theory of Obscurity A Film About the Residents

Julia Louis-Dreyfus (photo by Jana Birchum)

News & Conference Coverage

SXSW Film Announces Audience Awards
SXSW Film Jury and Special Awards Announced
Jen Sorensen's SXSW Sketchbook 3
Jen Sorensen's SXSW Sketchbook 2
Jen Sorensen's SXSW Sketchbook 1
VEEP Speaks
A princess & a basket case celebrate The Breakfast Club at 30
The Cast of Community on Moving to Digital
A Conversation With Sally Field
Trainwreck Premiere
Ava Duvernay Keynote Address
Made in Texas filmmakers recall the kiss that ignited Austin’s punk scene
A Conversation With Guillermo del Toro and Ryan Gosling

The Jones Family Will Make a Way

Feature Interviews

Peace Officer, Scott Christopherson
Sir Doug & the Genuine Texas Cosmic Groove, Joe Nick Patoski & Augie Meyers
The Jones Family Will Make a Way, Alan Berg
Petting Zoo, Micah Magee
We Are Still Here, Ted Geoghegan
Barge, Ben Powell
Ex Machina, Alex Garland
808, Alex Noyer & Alexander Dunn
7 Chinese Brothers & The Overnight, Jason Schwartzman
Uncle John, Steven Piet
Night Owls, Charles Hood
6 Years, Hannah Fidell
Nina Forever, Ben Blaine
Raiders!, Jeremy Coon & Tim Skousen
Twinsters, Samantha Futerman & Ryan Miyamoto
A Brave Heart The Lizzie Velasquez Story, Lizzie Velasquez & Sara Bordo
T-Rex, Drea Cooper
Hello, My Name Is Doris, Michael Showalter
He Never Died, Henry Rollins & Jason Krawczyk
Knock Knock, It’s Tig Notaro, Tig Notaro
Rolling Papers, Mitch Dickman
Frame by Frame, Mo Scarpelli
iZombie, Rob Thomas
SXSW Film Pro Tips

Tyrese Gibson at the Furious 7 premiere (photo by Gary Miller)

Photo Galleries

Sir Doug and the Genuine Texas Cosmic Groove Red Carpet
Get Hard Red Carpet
The Breakfast Club Anniversary Screening
Spy Red Carpet
SXSW Comedy: An Above Average Evening With the Upright Citizens Brigade
The Comedians Red Carpet
Furious 7 Sneak Screening
Adult Beginners Red Carpet
Trainwreck Red Carpet
SXSW Film Saturday: Ex Machina, Angie Tribeca, Lost River, Fresno, Stone Barn Castle, Hello, My Name Is Doris
Final Girls Red Carpet
SXSW Film Opening Night Party
Texas Film Awards


Keep up with all our SXSW Film coverage at austinchronicle.com/sxsw/film.

Keep up with all our SXSW coverage at austinchronicle.com/sxsw.

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Q&A With Comedian Tig Notaro
Q&A With Tig Notaro
Showtime documentary airs Friday

Andy Campbell, April 15, 2015

SXSW Film Review: <i>Best of Enemies</i>
SXSW: Best of Enemies
Hugely fun doc about Buckley and Vidal's infamous debates

Anne S. Lewis, March 20, 2015

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