'SXSW Presents'

'24 Hours on Craigslist'

KLRU, The Austin Chronicle, and South by Southwest have teamed up for SXSW Presents, an independent film series airing Tuesdays at 9pm on Channel 18 (Time Warner Cable Channel 9). Hosted and co-produced by SXSW Film Producer Matt Dentler, the third season of the series runs through January. This week's installment is Michael Ferris Gibson's 24 Hours on Craigslist, about which, when it screened at SXSW in 2004, Courtney Fitzgerald wrote, "In [it], meet the people behind the posts as eight film crews surf San Francisco's cyber landscape. Watch the virtual exchanges of Aug. 4, 2003, transform to flesh in the city where the online adventure was born." For more information, see Film Listings, p.94, and www.klru.org or www.sxsw.com.

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