SXSW Update

Two more big announcements from SXSW Film 05; plus, stay tuned for the full lineup and be ready to buy up some passes

The SXSW 05 Film Festival (March 11-19) has announced two more special screenings: Louis Leterrier's Unleashed, scripted by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen and starring Jet Li, Morgan Freeman, and Bob Hoskins; as well as Hideo Nakata's The Ring Two, starring Naomi Watts and Sissy Spacek. Stay tuned to see who'll be attending, and be ready to purchase passes at Waterloo Video near the end of February. The full lineup of the film festival will be released on Feb. 7, so see next week's Chronicle or log onto for more information.

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