On the surface, Pet seems like an ordinary psychological thriller, but as the story progresses it twists itself into a knot of an emotional instability that will make your brain bleed.
Half bone-breaking action movie and half amusement park thrill ride, Hardcore Henry is pure unadulterated fun.
Considering it was St. Patrick’s Day, I thought it appropriate to attend a special SXSW screening of the classic, Leprechaun 4: In Space — just how our forefathers would have wanted.
Miles Ahead is a passion project that Don Cheadle decided to share with the world. At times, it wobbles about, but you have to appreciate its passion.
Pee-wee’s Big Holiday was supposed to be welcomed with an uproarious standing ovation and a heaping of praise. Instead, it deserves seated applause and a pat on the back.
Operator is painful, heartfelt, and funny — as all relationships should be.
Alvarez’s mysterious twisted home invasion movie is a brutal thrill ride that could very well be the best thing to come out of SXSW this year.
The stellar doc The Art of Organized Noize, the latest romp from Nicolas Cage, and the dizzying experience of Hardcore Henry. Plus, a guide to navigating the crowds at SXSW.
Kasra Farahani’s directorial debut is a commendable first crack at a genre and concept that has been recycled time and time again.
The SXSW Film Festival announced their 2016 Jury and Special Award-winners at the SXSW Film Awards tonight at the Paramount Theater in Austin.
Michelle Obama will be joined by some big stars during her SXSW keynote address, while Robert Kirkman’s Outcast made its world premiere.
There was enough of the movie screened at SXSW to tell you that this is breaking some major ground when it comes to R-rated, nasty-as-they-wannabe animation.
Gyllenhaal sells us as an emotionally stunted widower, but after Demolition loses steam, the film realizes it needs a resolution and cobbles one together that satisfies its characters more than its audience.
SXSW is in full swing and we have all the news that you need from the festival including exclusive work-in-progress screenings of highly anticipated films, a hearty round-up of movie trailers and clips, and Star Wars, of course.
SXSW puts the spotlight on a program of narrative and documentary films that include a movie about blind over-achieving athlete and his brother who made him that way to a doc about the classic role playing game, Dungeons and Dragons.
True to form, this year’s SXSW competition slate is filled with a brand new batch of narrative features that follow some damaged characters searching for some answers and some docs that are too good to be true — but they are.
SXSW 2016 boasts an impressive list of headlining films — some of which will be making their world premieres. Here is our guide to some of the big-banner films showing at this year’s festival, from Linklater to Pee-Wee.
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama will make their way down to Austin in a few weeks to deliver keynote speeches at the internationally recognized SXSW Film, Music, and Interactive Festival.
A new batch of high-profile names join J.J. Abrams, Andrew Jarecki, Geena Davis, Rami Malek Christian Slater, Kerry Washington, Ken Burns, Abbi Jacobson, and Ilana Glazer of Broad City for the SXSW film conference’s keynotes and featured conversations.
The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival
is thrilled to announce the features lineup for this year’s Festival, March 11 — 19, 2011 in Austin,
Texas. The 2011 lineup continues the SXSW tradition of tapping into the cultural zeitgeist,
highlighting emerging talent and breakthrough performances and supporting first-time filmmakers.