'SXSW Presents'

Back for year two on KLRU

At 10pm on each Friday from Sept. 16 through Dec. 2, tune into KLRU-TV for SXSW Presents, a 90-minute program showcasing locally connected feature-length and short films, as well as interviews and more with some of the artists responsible for them. After a successful run in 2004, the show returns for its second season with SXSW Film programmer (and occasional Chronicle contributor) Matt Dentler as host.

The lineup:

Sept. 16: Arthur Bradford's How's Your News?

Sept. 23: Josh Pais' 7th Street

Sept. 30: Shorts Program (favorites from past festivals)

Oct. 7: David Zellner's Frontier

Oct. 14: Sarah Price's Caesar's Park

Oct. 21: High School Shorts Program

Oct. 28: Andrew Garrison's The Wilgus Stories

Nov. 4: Dan Brown's American Detective

Nov. 11: Emily Morse's See How They Run

Nov. 18: East Austin Stories Program

Nov. 25: Susan Kirr and Rusty Martin's Bike Like U Mean It

Dec. 2: Jenn Garrison's PrizeWhores

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