SXSW Film Festival 2011
From top left: How to Die in Oregon, Taken by Storm the Art of Storm Thorgerson and Hipgnosis, Viva Riva!, Who Took the Bomp Le Tigre on Tour

SXSW Film Festival 2011

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Fri., March 18, 2011

The South by Southwest Film Festival continues through Saturday, and there are still tons of movies to see. Look for our coverage and reviews in the Screens section of this issue, as well as in last week's issue, online, and in the print dailies which come out during the companion Music Conference. The Westgate 11 and the Arbor Cinema at Great Hills have been added to the schedule this year as satellite venues are options for those who want to escape the Downtown scene altogether. The complete venue list includes the Paramount Theatre, the State Theatre, Vimeo Theater at the Austin Convention Center, Rollins Theater at the Long Center, Alamo Drafthouse at the Ritz, Alamo Drafthouse South, Westgate 11, and the Arbor Cinema at Great Hills.

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