SXSW 2009 Film Festival
first column: Make-Out-Violence, That Evening Sun, Youssou Ndour: I Bring What I Love

second column: Three Blind Mice, My Generation, Berlin Calling, Sunshine

third column: Neil Young Trunk Show, Black, Along Came Kinky …Texas Jewboy for Govenor

fourth column: Say My Name, Modern Love Is Automatic

SXSW 2009 Film Festival

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Fri., March 20, 2009

The Festival continues through Saturday, and it's a safe bet there are still plenty of films you have yet to see. Shorts, narratives, docs, music videos, midnight movies, and all the stuff that falls in between – it's all out there for your perusal and enjoyment. See this week's Screens section for reviews and lists of award winners. More coverage can be found in previous issues of the Chronicle and the dailies, which will be published Thursday through Saturday during the Music Conference and Festival. Of course, complete details can be found at www.sxsw.com. Single-admission tickets cost $10.

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