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Last Shotgun Blast of SXSW Film Programming
'Hobo,' Spike's 'Scenes From the Suburbs,' and more
"...the goods on the shorts lineups, too – narrative, documentary, animated, etc. – and there are plenty of familiar..."

Feb. 10, 2011 Screens Post by Kimberley Jones

Sundance Announces Competition Slate
Austinite Jeff Nichols will compete in Park City
"...announced the 32 features selected for U.S. Narrative and Documentary Competition – with a couple of Texas names in..."

Dec. 1, 2010 Screens Post by Kimberley Jones

This Is My Life
LZ Love's reveal: dance music!
"...stories. In LZ Love's new CD, Mysterious, there's no mystery. She tells her story without shame or artifice, and..."

June 4, 2010 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

Flash of Genius
Based on the true story of Robert Kearns, who invented the intermittent windshield wiper only to have his idea stolen by the Ford Motor Co., is a real David and Goliath story.
"...Genius, the directorial debut of producer Abraham (Children of Men, Spy Game) has all the ingredients of a great..."

Oct. 3, 2008 Movie Review by Josh Rosenblatt

Roman de Gare
Until its piffling ending, Frenchman Claude Lelouch delivers a film that's intellectually cagey, potentially romantic, and, above all, an entertaining puzzle box.
"...entertaining puzzle box of duplicitous people doing mysterious things, men and women. Contemporary French cinema has been getting a..."

June 20, 2008 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Blade: Trinity
Originality is in as short supply as shirt buttons as Snipes' high tech vampire slayer meets up with what appears to be a steroidal Eurotrash pimp playing Dracula.
"...supply as shirt buttons in Blade: Trinity, as the men are frequently bare-chested. When Blade (Snipes) finds himself framed..."

Dec. 10, 2004 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Auto Focus
"...Wilson, Willem Dafoe and Greg Kinnear. There's a telling moment early on in Auto Focus, the accomplished film about..."

Nov. 1, 2002 Movie Review by Steve Davis

The Latest in Paper
"Like Imperial Rome, Ode to a Banker is a sprawling, remarkable event masquerading as a trade paperback murder mystery," writes Marc Savlov of Lindsey Davis' novel, now in paperback.
"..."Mortui non mordent" -- literally, "dead men don't bite" -- admittedly sounds something like a pitch-black..."

Oct. 18, 2002 Books Feature by Marc Savlov

Signs of Other Times
A photographic guide to some of the markers that still point to parts of Austin that have disappeared.
"...in the mid-Eighties, is a memorial scrawled in the cement: "R.I.P. CACTUS COURTS '84," with a small tombstone drawn..."

Jan. 26, 2001 News Feature

Picking Up the Pieces
Karr Conviction Closes Another Chapter in O'Hair Case
"...exterior. Second was the sloth of the Austin Police Department, which was countered by the incredibly organized and motivated..."

June 9, 2000 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Show and Tell
Spring Previews 2000
"...The movie distributors compartmentalize the year by season -- summer, fall, holiday --..."

Feb. 25, 2000 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Boys Don't Cry
Without resorting to dogma, ideological tracts, or cautionary tales, Boys Don't Cry evocatively tells the true story of a young Nebraska woman who changed her sexual identity and transformed herself (sans surgery) into a young man. Swank won her first Oscar for this role.
"...is a tale that has also inspired a fascinating documentary called The Brandon Teena Story. Wonderfully evocative camerawork by..."

Dec. 24, 1999 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia is a profound existential adventure, twistedly comic and openly bitter, brought to life by those two maniacs: Peckinpah and Oates. An ugly, vicious film about not very glamorous people engaged in ugly, vicious activities, it’s more black comedy than anything. – Louis Black
"...Webber, Helmut Dantine, Kris Kristofferson and Emilio Fernandez. A moment of silence now for the late, great Warren Oates...."

Dec. 2, 1999 Movie Review by Louis Black

Bad to the Bone
"...the affliction under the microscope here, a hereditary cultural ailment that's passed on from father to son...."

Feb. 19, 1999 Screens Feature by Marjorie Baumgarten

Screamlines
"...favorites, there are still so many gaps. No one mentions Vincent Price, whose role in The Pit and the..."

Oct. 30, 1998 Screens Feature

Steak & Shake
Stalking the Elusive "Boobalee-Oobalee"
"...at the Yellow Rose, and just about all the "entertainment" a girl can stand - most of the beef..."

Feb. 13, 1998 Food Feature by Meredith Phillips

The Associate
"...and Austin Pendleton. Whoopi Goldberg's career machinations remain a mystery to me, and this new film from the director..."

Oct. 25, 1996 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Film Reviews
Recommended
"...85 min.) Some stories just write themselves. This fascinating documentary about the life of Leon Theremin is wilder than..."

Nov. 3, 1995 News Feature

Film Reviews
Recommended
"...85 min.) Some stories just write themselves. This fascinating documentary about the life of Leon Theremin is wilder than..."

Oct. 27, 1995 News Feature

Fantastic Fest Interview: Gazing Into The Vast of Night
Director Andrew Patterson's cosmic debut is turning the right heads
"...of kit he couldn't rent easily, he'd buy it, experiment with it, find out what he didn't know...."

Sept. 24, 2019 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Paper Chairs Makes Theatre With a Little Lone Star Surregionalism
The Texas premiere of Will Arbery’s Plano play knows place like home
"...sisters are each suffering from strange household plagues. The men in their lives keep disappearing or doubling; time keeps..."

Sept. 20, 2019 Arts Feature by Wayne Alan Brenner

Romancing the Holmes
What inspired Sherry Thomas to turn Sherlock into Charlotte?
"...a following with a blend of YA fantasy (the Elementals trilogy), Victorian romance (the Fitzhugh series), and homages to..."

Oct. 2, 2018 Arts Post by Rosalind Faires

SXSW Announces Film Lineup
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver, Ben Wheatley's Free Fire, and more
"...Driver, the debut of Starz's American Gods adaptation, and documentaries on subjects from the Grateful Dead to Black Lives..."

Jan. 31, 2017 SXSW Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Thursday Picks & Sleepers
Thursday blurbs slim down from the Wednesday bloat
"...Raise Ye Sunken Ships with several songs focused on mental illness, and notched a coveted spot on Chimes of..."

March 16, 2012 Music Feature

Page Two: Nightmares on Main Street
New media, same old story
"...The covers of these pulps featured spaceships, robots, women sometimes tortured (and sometimes torturing, though often half-clothed regardless),..."

Sept. 17, 2010 Column by Louis Black

High Baptismal Flow: Part 2
The 13th Floor Elevators' ground floors: Where are they now?
"...Instrument: drums..."

Aug. 20, 2004 Music Feature by Margaret Moser

Honor Among Thieves
James Carlos Blake demystifies A World of Thieves and the world of writing.
"...favorite stick-up gang, Bonnie and Clyde. Having that celluloid mental repository of images certainly helps visualize this deliciously visual..."

March 8, 2002 Books Feature by Jesse Sublett

Dead Man Blues
7-CD box set contains all anyone could ever want to know about Charley Patton.
"...Women = the blues. Having seven of your 11 siblings..."

Oct. 26, 2001 Music Feature by Clay Smith

Postmarks
Words on the Jesus video, the Instrumental article, the Dance Festival, and other local points of contention.
"...April 27]. It reduced a complex situation to an elementary assessment of our city's economic and library system challenges...."

May 4, 2001 Column

When We Were Orphans
"...his life and career serving Lord Darlington. The shining achievement of The Remains of the Day is Stevens' delusional..."

Sept. 29, 2000 Books Review by Martin Wilson

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