Festival Express

SXSW Film 07: March 9-17

Word from across the compound is that SXSW Film 07 – March 9-17 – will release the full list of features next week; shorts, midmonth. In the meantime, we got a peek. For more information, see www.sxsw.com and start consulting this space every week. Features will include:

638 Ways to Kill Castro (Documentary, North American Premiere) D: Dollan Cannell

All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (Narrative Made In Bastrop, U.S. Premiere) D: Jonathan Levine

Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters (Animated Feature, Regional Premiere) D: Matt Maiellaro, Dave Willis

Bella (Narrative, U.S. Premiere) D: Alejandro Monteverde

Big Rig (Documentary, World Premiere) D: Doug Pray

Does Your Soul Have a Cold? (Documentary, World Premiere) D: Mike Mills

Election Day (Documentary, World Premiere) D: Katy Chevigny

Elvis and Annabelle (Narrative, World Premiere) D: Will Geiger

Everything's Gone Green (Narrative, U.S. Premiere) D: Paul Fox

Exiled (Narrative, Regional Premiere) D: Johnnie To

Hell on Wheels (Documentary, World Premiere) D: Bob Ray

Inside the Circle (Documentary, World Premiere) D: Marcy Garriott

Kurt Cobain: About a Son (Documentary, Regional Premiere) D: AJ Schnack

Manufacturing Dissent (Documentary, World Premiere) D: Debbie Melnyk and Rick Caine

Running With Arnold (Documentary, World Premiere) D: Dan Cox

Scott Walker: 30 Century Man (Documentary, North American Premiere) D: Stephan Kijak

The Ten (Narrative, Regional Premiere) D: David Wain

The Unforeseen (Documentary, Regional Premiere) D: Laura Dunn

Zoo (Documentary, Regional Premiere) D: Robinson Devor

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