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SXSW Film Review: <i>Our Father</i>
SXSW Film Review: Our Father
Off-kilter dramedy looks to reconcile an uneasy sisterhood

Trace Sauveur, March 18, 2021

SXSW Interview: Leah Purcell Writes and Rights History in <i>The Drover's Wife</i>
SXSW Interview: Leah Purcell Writes and Rights History in The Drover's Wife
Australian filmmaker takes a classic and gives it three lives

Richard Whittaker, March 18, 2021

SXSW Interview: <i>Without Getting Killed or Caught</i>
SXSW Interview: Without Getting Killed or Caught
Tamara Saviano on the bonds between Guy, Susanna, and Townes

Doug Freeman, March 18, 2021

Blue Starlite Gives Some SXSW-Selected Shorts Some Big Screentime
Blue Starlite Gives Some SXSW-Selected Shorts Some Big Screentime
From the festival to the drive-in

Richard Whittaker, March 18, 2021

Revew: Long Weekend
Long Weekend
Downcast drunk meets manic pixie girl. Can true love prosper?

Movie Review, March 19, 2021

Revew: Keep an Eye Out
Keep an Eye Out
Quentin Dupieux serves a delicious slice of nothing in this police anti-procedural

Movie Review, March 19, 2021

Revew: Dark State
Dark State
Nutty conspiracy theory flick is Pizzagate-style nonsense

Movie Review, March 19, 2021

Revew: The Courier
The Courier
A forgotten Cold War spy story gets a very British, very tragic retelling

Movie Review, March 19, 2021

The Only Constant on Congress Is Change
The Only Constant on Congress Is Change
Liz Lambert chronicles being both sides of the gentrification debate in Through the Plexi-Glass

Anne S. Lewis, March 18, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break</i>
SXSW Film Review: Paul Dood’s Deadly Lunch Break
Bloody British comedy has a delicate heart

Matthew Monagle, March 18, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Gaia</i>
SXSW Film Review: Gaia
South African ecohorror grows a very different creeping death

Marc Savlov, March 17, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Dear Mr. Brody</i>
SXSW Film Review: Dear Mr. Brody
A tragic story of good intentions and desperate need

Josh Kupecki, March 17, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Potato Dreams of America</i>
SXSW Film Review: Potato Dreams of America
Immigrant drama sings a song of finding your own voice

James Scott, March 17, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Women Is Losers</i>
SXSW Film Review: Women Is Losers
Dutiful feminist dramedy has some tricks up its sleeve

Kimberley Jones, March 17, 2021

SXSW Interview: Celeste Bell Finds Her Mother Again in <i>Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché</i>
SXSW Interview: Celeste Bell Finds Her Mother Again in Poly Styrene: I Am a Cliché
Life after the germ-free adolescence

Rachel Rascoe, March 17, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Broadcast Signal Intrusion</i>
SXSW Film Review: Broadcast Signal Intrusion
VHS conspiracy thriller heads down a weird rabbit hole

James Scott, March 17, 2021

SXSW Interview: David Fricke Follows Tom Petty to <i>Somewhere You Feel Free</i>
SXSW Interview: David Fricke Follows Tom Petty to Somewhere You Feel Free
Rolling Stone writer on why Wildflowers changed everything

Doug Freeman, March 17, 2021

SXSW Interview: Mary Wharton Pieces Together <I>Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free</i>
SXSW Interview: Mary Wharton Pieces Together Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free
Finding the man behind the Wildflowers sessions

Richard Whittaker, March 17, 2021

SXSW Short and Sweet: “Sisters”
SXSW Short and Sweet: “Sisters”
Jess Brunetto on her story of sibling rivalry and bonding

Shane Pfender, March 17, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil</i>
SXSW Film Review: Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil
Tell-all documentary can't balance emotional versus promotional

Jenny Nulf, March 17, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror</i>
SXSW Film Review: Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched: A History of Folk Horror
Encyclopedic documentary finds the global roots of a genre

Richard Whittaker, March 16, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Introducing, Selma Blair</i>
SXSW Film Review: Introducing, Selma Blair
The Cruel Intentions star, waving and drowning

Jenny Nulf, March 16, 2021

Waiting for the Fall as <i>Lily Topples the World</i>
Waiting for the Fall as Lily Topples the World
Director Jeremy Workman holds his breath with a domino artist

Shane Pfender, March 16, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Kid Candidate</i>
SXSW Film Review: Kid Candidate
How one young prankster upended Amarillo politics

Matthew Monagle, March 16, 2021

SXSW Film Review: <i>Executive Order</i>
SXSW Film Review: Executive Order
Brazilian speculative drama shows racism transcends borders

Selome Hailu, March 16, 2021

Barry Jenkins and Nicholas Britell Were in a Quar-Pod Together
Barry Jenkins and Nicholas Britell Were in a Quar-Pod Together
Filmmaker & composer pals talk creative collaboration at SXSW Online

Kimberley Jones, March 16, 2021

SXSW Short and Sweet: “Sophie and the Baron”
SXSW Short and Sweet: “Sophie and the Baron”
Alexandria Jackson on her story of collaboration and friendship

Trace Sauveur, March 16, 2021

SXSW Interview: Jacob Gentry Runs the Tape on <i>Broadcast Signal Intrusion</i>
SXSW Interview: Jacob Gentry Runs the Tape on Broadcast Signal Intrusion
Director talks the influences on his period techno-horror

Richard Whittaker, March 16, 2021

Revew: The Father
The Father
Anthony Hopkins gives a timely career highlight in this story of dementia

Movie Review, March 12, 2021

Revew: My Darling Supermarket
My Darling Supermarket
Brazilian documentary is marginally less fun than grocery shopping

Movie Review, March 12, 2021

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