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Austin-Made Romantic Horror The Carnivores Questions What It Is to Lose Control
Love bites in Caleb Johnson's strange examination of relationships
"...and sometimes you wonder when ever after begins. Austin filmmaker Caleb Johnson's alternative romance The Carnivores was supposed to..."

April 9, 2021 Screens Feature by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Film Review: When Claude Got Shot
Documentary goes beyond the headlines of Black-on-Black crime
"...understandings of shootings, victimhood, and justice. It's a rare film that demonstrates how we might compassionately address issues through..."

April 7, 2021 Screens Post by Shane Pfender

SXSW Film Review: Disintegration Loops
How a simple ambient experiment became a timeless tribute to 9/11
"...ways, it serves as a companion piece to another SXSW title about the catastrophic cultural impact of 9/11, Adam..."

April 7, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

TUFF Enough: Free Streaming Festival Highlights Rising UT Filmmakers
Alamo On Demand hosting this week's Texas Union Film Festival
"...A post-apocalyptic Lego animation, a high stakes mystery horror film about a ventriloquist, and a documentary portrait of multidisciplinary..."

April 5, 2021 Screens Post by Shane Pfender

Brutal drama turns takes the lurid appeal out of the rape-revenge horror
"...version of this review ran as part of our SXSW coverage...."

April 2, 2021 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

30 New Shows, Returning Series, and Other TV Premieres This April
Top Chef, crazy love, and sweet potters
"...premiere theatrically – nabbed poison darts, too, from disgruntled filmmakers and movie theatre operators. But the movies' limited viewing..."

April 1, 2021 Screens Post by Kimberley Jones

SXSW Interview: Bradley Grant Smith’s “Male Gaze Gazes on the Male Gaze” in Our Father
Dick Wolf, Chicago, and the politics of writing female leads
"...With his debut film, Our Father, Bradley Grant Smith is officially a multi-hyphenate,..."

March 26, 2021 Screens Post by Selome Hailu

The Toll
A rideshare into cosmic horror is just worth paying attention
"...The Toll, which played at SXSW 2020 as part of the Midnighters selection, is impressive..."

March 26, 2021 Movie Review by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Film Review: Without Getting Killed or Caught
Guy Clark's life, entwined with his wife and best friend
"...may be a certified hall-of-fame legend now, but as SXSW documentary Without Getting Killed or Caught reveals, it was..."

March 25, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Interview: Kelley Kali and Angelique Molina are Fine (Thanks For Asking)
How a can-do attitude enabled a rapid pandemic production
"...saw I’m Fine (Thanks for Asking) at this year’s SXSW should be shocked if it becomes the quintessential film..."

March 25, 2021 Screens Post by Selome Hailu

SXSW Film Review: Soy Cubana
Spirited doc transcends borders through a capella
"...It was during this in-between period, as captured in SXSW documentary Soy Cubana, that Koset Muñoa Columbié, Maryoris Mena..."

March 25, 2021 Screens Post by Trace Sauveur

SXSW, Oscilloscope, and Mailchimp Come Together to #SupportTheShorts
South by selections available online from today
"...Who said SXSW was over? Starting today, a slate of its best,..."

March 25, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Interview: Inbetween Girl Director Mei Makino
Down with Sixteen Candles says the Visions award-winner
"...SXSW has given us plenty of treasured coming-of-age films over..."

March 25, 2021 Screens Post by Selome Hailu

SXSW Online Offered Lots to Look Forward To
Virtual festival forecasts incoming local debuts and tentative fall touring.
"...sitting on my bedroom floor, staring up at the SXSW app on my little TV, bobbing to pre-taped showcases,..."

March 26, 2021 Music Column by Rachel Rascoe

We Have an Issue: Finding Inspiration in the “Best of Austin”
Check out the nearly 900 (!!) people and places nominated in our "Best of Austin" Readers Poll
"...SXSW Online Highlights: Dubya talks baseball, McConaughey stumps for soccer,..."

March 26, 2021 Column by Kimberley Jones

Minari Tops Austin Film Critics Association Awards
Nomadland, Promising Young Woman win big
"...delayed, but it's now in full flow. The Austin Film Critics Association has voted, and announced that Minari is..."

March 24, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Film Review: Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America
Jeffery Robinson's captivating lecture on America's shared legacy
"...The simplest thing to say about SXSW Documentary Spotlight Audience Award winner Who We Are is..."

March 24, 2021 Screens Post by Michael King

SXSW Film Review: Through the Plexi-Glass: Last Days at the San José
Liz Lambert's self-portrait of Austin's complex gentrification
"...1990's version of the iconic green complex captured in SXSW 2021 selection Through the Plexi-Glass: Last Days at the..."

March 23, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

Tom Petty, Folk Horror Lead SXSW Audience Awards
The Fallout is this year's big winner
"...The people have spoken. The SXSW 2021 Audience Awards have been announced, and it's a..."

March 23, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Film Review: Mau
Portrait of the designer has no room for criticism
"...Directed by Benjamin and Jono Bergmann, SXSW 2021 selection Mau is full of such mottos as..."

March 22, 2021 Screens Post by Josh Kupecki

SXSW Film Review: Sound of Violence
Music-driven thriller doesn’t quite hit all the right notes
"...a good score is typically an element of horror films that will often get singled out as a highlight,..."

March 22, 2021 Screens Post by Trace Sauveur

SXSW Film Review: Under the Volcano
When the island of Montserrat was the center of the music biz
"...Stones, Duran Duran, and Paul McCartney appear in the film, all seeming to share a love for the unique..."

March 21, 2021 Screens Post by Shane Pfender

SXSW Music Review: Northern Expo Perfects the Concept of a Remote Showcase With Arctic Circle Concert Film
Ozas, Oter, I See Rivers, and Heave Blood & Die rep the Arctic Circle
", on the final day of virtual and remote SXSW Online, we’ve witnessed dozens of impressive performances – many..."

March 20, 2021 Music Post by Kevin Curtin

SXSW Short and Sweet: “Learning Tagalog With Kayla”
Austin filmmaker tells how she made an accidental quarantine short
"...Welcome to Short and Sweet, our look at short films playing at SXSW. Today's we talk with Kayla Abuda..."

March 20, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Music Review: Heavy Extremes Fuel Tokyo Sessions
A revolving door of soundscapes
"...computers, megaphone in hand – the group of musicians, film directors, and designers forged an audio-visual experience complete with..."

March 19, 2021 Music Post by Carys Anderson

SXSW Film Review: WeWork: or the Making and Breaking of a $47 Billion Unicorn
How hubris was baked into the mega-startup
"...As a postmortem, the new doc from filmmaker Jed Rothstein (The China Hustle), conveniently titled WeWork: or..."

March 19, 2021 Screens Post by Josh Kupecki

SXSW Film Review: Offseason
Mickey Keating goes to the coast for cosmic horror
"...On the other side of a scream, she adds,..."

March 19, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Film Review: R#J
New Romeo and Juliet may divide like Capulets and Montagues
"...from Siddiq Saunderson leave you to wonder what the film could be without the confines of social media. Only..."

March 19, 2021 Screens Post by Laiken Neumann

SXSW Film Review: The Spine of Night
Rotoscoped fantasy layers myth, legend, and gore
"...As a high fantasy drama, SXSW Midnighter The Spine of Night knows it owes a..."

March 19, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

SXSW Film Review: Lily Topples the World
Prize-winning doc may be the perfect SXSW film
"...The perfect SXSW film would be a confluence of unusual art, unconventional..."

March 19, 2021 Screens Post by Richard Whittaker

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