"...But the bulk of the programming is devoted to less starry stuff – exciting new works in American and international independent cinema. The Austin roll call is encouragingly long this time around: In the Narrative Feature competition slate, there’s former Austinite Hannah Fidell’s 6 Years and Trey Edward Shults' expansion of his SXSW 2014 short, KRISHA..."
"...Congrats to all the winners. SXSW Film 2014 Audience Award Winners..."
"...Goodnight Brooklyn - The Story of Death By Audio Director: Matthew Conboy Death By Audio, an underground art and music venue, is forced to close in 2014. The film focuses on the struggles of maintaining a community in the face of Brooklyn property development, hostile construction workers, and a one billion-dollar company..."
"...Wanna get out of the city and pay homage to the original chiller, Texas Chain Saw Massacre? The Chainsaw house and Last Chance Gas Station are both worthy road trips. (Read our October 2014 TX Chainsaw at 40 piece.) [image-5]..."
"...• Daily keynote speakers are new to the lineup for 2014, and the first three are Jason Blum (founder and CEO of the production company behind the Paranormal Activity franchise), Lena Dunham (Girls), and Jason Neistat (HBO's The Neistat Brothers). “By adding a daily Keynote, we aspire to further highlight and draw all eyes to creators who impact our culture in diverse and fascinating ways,” said SXSW Film director Janet Pierson in a press release..."
"...World-famous as the home of Fantastic Fest, its nine screens hold a total of 975 guests, with the traditional Drafthouse in-screen food and beverage service. Fresh from a 2014 overhaul that saw the complex around it shift from a rundown strip mall to upscale condos and restaurants, all screens are fitted with Sony 4K projectors, and there's still a 35mm set up available. There’s also the full-service Highball Bar next door, featuring seven bizarrely (awesomely) themed karaoke rooms, and a Shake Shack a short walk away. Alamo Lamar A: 126 seats Alamo Lamar B: 126 seats Alamo Lamar C: 86 seats Alamo Lamar D: 198 seats Alamo Lamar E: 198 seats [image-4-right] Alamo Ritz (320 E..."
"...World famous as the home of Fantastic Fest, its nine screens hold a total of 975 guests, with the traditional Drafthouse in-screen food and beverage service. Fresh from a 2014 overhaul that saw the complex around it shift from a rundown strip mall to upscale condos and restaurants, all screens are fitted with Sony 4K projectors, and there's still a 35mm set up available. There’s also the full service Highball Bar next door, featuring seven bizarrely (awesomely) themed karaoke rooms, and a Shake Shack a short walk away. Alamo Lamar A: 191 seats Alamo Lamar B: 126 seats Alamo Lamar C: 126 seats Alamo Lamar D: 191 seats [image-1] Alamo Ritz (320 E..."
"...Writer/director/co-star Trey Edward Shults used what he had on hand to create his first feature film (an expansion of his award-winning 2014 short film of the same name): his parents’ suburban Houston house, many of his own relatives, and most importantly, inspiration from family conflict that most people would rather forget than explore...."
"...This is because Clark, whose previous feature White Reindeer played SXSW in 2014, displays among the most sensitive touches of any independent filmmaker at work today. As in the films of Hedges, James C..."
"...Godzilla: The Japanese Original (Japan) Director: Ishiro Honda, Screenwriters: Takeo Murata, Ishiro Honda The 1954 classic that inspired the modern monster movie (national re-release from Rialto Pictures in April). Q&A with Gareth Edwards, director of the summer 2014 film Godzilla, from Warner Bros Pictures and Legendary Pictures. Cast: Takashi Shimura, Akira Takarada, Momoko Kochi..."
"...It's the first salvo in SXSW Comedy's campaign for 2014, as announced Tuesday afternoon. A full lineup of comics and parties is forthcoming in February, but the release of this quartet of panels certainly whets the appetite for more of the laughs in this year's festival schedule...."
"...So when producer and Outsports.com's Cyd Zeigler dubbed 2014 "the Year of the Gay Athlete," the time on the shot clock to examine "Why?" began to tick. Director Malcolm Ingram (Small Town Gay Bar, Continental) and Zeigler assembled a dream team of LGBTQ athletes: From Seventies San Francisco 49er David Kopay and tennis legend Billie Jean King to contemporary icons including the WNBA's Brittney Griner, NBA's Jason Collins, and Canadian hockey player, Charline Labonte (whose coming out story broke online as she interviewed for the film)...."