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SXSW Film Review: <i>Mama Bears</i>
Film Review: Mama Bears
Documentary proves the power of love

Jasmine Lane, March 17, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story</i>
Film Review: Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story
Celebrating 50 years of Big Easy music and culture

Michael King, March 17, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>The Locust</i>
Film Review: The Locust
Filmmaking metadrama about the perils of being your own subject

Jenny Nulf, March 17, 2022

SXSW Episodic Review: <i>DMZ</i>
Episodic Review: DMZ
New Ava DuVernay series departs from her usual visual style

Marjorie Baumgarten, March 17, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks</i>
Film Review: Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks
Canada's transgressive comedy kings reunite

Sheryl Lawrence, March 17, 2022

Sarah Silverman, Neil Brennan Will Bask in the Glow of Moontower Just For Laughs Austin
Sarah Silverman, Neil Brennan Will Bask in the Glow of Moontower Just For Laughs Austin
Plus Showtime says I Love That For You

Richard Whittaker, March 17, 2022

The 13 Hours That Changed Texas in <i>Shouting Down Midnight</i>
The 13 Hours That Changed Texas in Shouting Down Midnight
SXSW documentary stands by Wendy Davis during her filibuster

Mike Clark-Madison, March 17, 2022

Revew: The Outfit
The Outfit
Gangster flick is well-tailored but somehow still a little saggy

Movie Review, March 18, 2022

Revew: X
X
Ti West returns with a brilliant period horror-porno (horno?)

Movie Review, March 18, 2022

Revew: All My Friends Hate Me
All My Friends Hate Me
College reunion comedy takes a dark turn

Movie Review, March 18, 2022

Revew: Alice
Alice
Southern slavery drama with a twist

Movie Review, March 18, 2022

SXSW Doc Proves That Being an Evangelical Christian Doesn't Have to Mean Transphobia
SXSW Doc Proves That Being an Evangelical Christian Doesn't Have to Mean Transphobia
Love above all others in Mama Bears

James Scott, March 17, 2022

Revew: Compartment No. 6
Compartment No. 6
Strangers on a train form a tense bond in this Finnish drama

Movie Review, March 18, 2022

The Last Border Crossing
The Last Border Crossing
Iliana Sosa's trips with her grandfather become touching documentary What We Leave Behind

Richard Whittaker, March 17, 2022

Revew: Master
Master
Academic horror puts Black women in the crosshairs of multiple perils

Movie Review, March 18, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>A Lot of Nothing</i>
Film Review: A Lot of Nothing
The Black bourgeoisie contends with police shootings

Rod Machen, March 16, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>It's Quieter in the Twilight</i>
Film Review: It's Quieter in the Twilight
The mortality of machines and their creators gently explored

Richard Whittaker, March 16, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>The Mojo Manifesto: The Life and Times of Mojo Nixon</i>
Film Review: The Mojo Manifesto: The Life and Times of Mojo Nixon
Raucous doc celebrates the legend without seeing much of the man

Doug Freeman, March 16, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>Master</i>
Film Review: Master
Academic horror makes racism its thesis

Marc Savlov, March 16, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>I Love My Dad</i>
Film Review: I Love My Dad
SXSW Grand Jury award winner finds humor in an icky setup

Marjorie Baumgarten, March 16, 2022

SXSW Announces Grand Jury Award Winners
SXSW Announces Grand Jury Award Winners
Austinite Iliana Sosa wins twice for What We Leave Behind

Richard Whittaker, March 16, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>Lover, Beloved</i>
Film Review: Lover, Beloved
Suzanne Vega hunts for Carson McCullers in this filmed stageplay

Josh Kupecki, March 16, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>Linoleum</i>
Film Review: Linoleum
Jim Gaffigan plays two roles in this tale of a life unrealized

Trace Sauveur, March 16, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>Facing Nolan</i>
Film Review: Facing Nolan
A baseball doc that hits even if you don't like baseball

Jasmine Lane, March 16, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>More Than Robots</i>
Film Review: More Than Robots
Sweet family doc profiles STEM dynamos

Kimberley Jones, March 15, 2022

SXSW Episodic Review: <i>The Man Who Fell To Earth</i>
Episodic Review: The Man Who Fell To Earth
First look at the Showtime sequel to the Bowie space oddity

Sarah Jane, March 15, 2022

SXSW Film Interview: <i>The Cellar</i>
Film Interview: The Cellar
How Brendan Muldowney brought fun and family into his horror

Richard Whittaker, March 15, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>Bodies Bodies Bodies</i>
Film Review: Bodies Bodies Bodies
Whipsmart horror is more than its Gen-Z Clue setup

Jenny Nulf, March 15, 2022

SXSW Film Review: <i>Slash/Back</i>
Film Review: Slash/Back
Indigenous alien invasion horror-comedy is an icy blast

Matthew Monagle, March 15, 2022

SXSW Short and Sweet:
Short and Sweet: "Act of God"
Austin-made short busts the disability drama tropes

Richard Whittaker, March 15, 2022

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