SXSW 2013 Exclusive: SWIM LITTLE FISH SWIM Trailer Makes A Delightful Splash

Director Ruben Amar is no newb to the world of film festivals, what with his slew of short films, including Checkpoint, playing the likes of Slamdance, Saraosta and Palm Springs. Teaming up with his fellow French compatriot Lola Bessis for... More »
By Ben Umstead   

Experience The Dark Side Of Dubstep In The Teaser For SXSW Title SNAP *Video Now Embedded*

You know about those young whippersnappers out there dancing and grinding and convulsing to a new brand of electronic music that they've titled dubstep, right? Well, who would have thought that anybody would ever make a dark, psychological drama with... More »
By Ben Umstead   

Cue the Wagner, Cue The War! Trailer for MILIUS Documentary

Writer.  Filmmaker. Gun-owner.  And all around bad-ass, John Milius, is the man who is responsible in part for the Dirty Harry franchise, Apocalypse Now, The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean, 1941, Conan The Barbarian, Red Dawn and HBO's... More »
By Kurt Halfyard   

Serpents And Sinners In Trailer For Mitchell Altieri's HOLY GHOST PEOPLE

William Faulkner, Flannery O'Connor and the like had it right. When you take people somewhere off the beaten track and stoke a religious fervor in them, strange things can happen. You don't even need to go off the beaten track... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW 2013 Exclusive: Teaser Trailer Debut for GOOD NIGHT

It's festival trailer premiere season and we've got another SXSW exclusive for you. This time it's the feature debut Good Night from director Sean H. A. Gallagher. Though the premise sounds a bit dark, the trailer looks like a... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

SXSW 2013 Exclusive: Trailer Debut for SAKE-BOMB

There's really nothing as funny as some good ironically racist humor, which is exactly what looks to be on full display in this Twitch exclusive trailer debut for Junya Sakino SXSW Premiering debut feature Sake-Bomb. Billed as a sexed-up... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Afghanistan TV Goes Indie in SXSW Selected THE NETWORK

Soon to debut at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas, The Network documents the creation of the first independent television network in Afghanistan. Eva Orner, an award-winning Australian producer, makes her directorial debut with the documentary. The festival describes... More »
By Peter Martin   

First Images From Mitchell Altieri's SXSW Selected HOLY GHOST PEOPLE

Writer-director-producer Mitchell Altieri is best known as one half of The Butcher Brothers - a name he shares with Phil Flores - but he leaves his regular nom de plume behind, along with the strict horror focus of the Butchers'... More »
By Todd Brown   


The final film lineup announcement for SXSW just hit and 14 additional features have been added to the fest. The most notable additions are Zal Batmanglij's Sound of My Voice follow-up and closing night film, The East (our Sundance... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

SXSW 2013: First Trailer For BIG ASS SPIDER Does What It Says On The Tin

Mike Mendez is one of the great underrated directors of low budget splattery horror. I first came to notice him with The Convent back in 2000, a fun little haunted house/possession film starring the great Adrienne Barbeau. In the years... More »
By J Hurtado   

SXSW 2013: YOU'RE NEXT, THE RAMBLER, & (Renamed) V/H/S/2 Lead Midnight and Shorts Announcements

It's been a bit of a wait, but Adam Wingard's home invasion hoedown You're Next (our review) is finally being resuscitated. Although it was purchased after TIFF 2011, the film got caught in Lionsgate-Summit merger purgatory. It's now dated... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

Fabulous First Trailer For SXSW Selected Gang Drama LICKS

Exepct director Jonathan Singer-Vine to turn a lot of heads at SXSW with his debut feature Licks. The story of a young man returning home after a stint in prison the first trailer for this one has just arrived and... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW Doc Selection REWIND THIS Offers Up A New Trailer

There is a compelling argument to be made that nothing has had a larger impact on the film world throughout its entire existence than the VHS tape. Not the arrival of color. Not the arrival of sound. Nothing. Because while... More »
By Todd Brown   

Break Out Your Twenty Sided Die And The Trailer For SXSW Selected Comedy ZERO CHARISMA

Michael Paul Stephenson is on a roll. Once a trivia answer amongst cult film buffs thanks to his childhood acting role in Troll 2 - considered by many to be the worst movie ever made - Stephenson turned that notoriety... More »
By Todd Brown   

Fantastic First Image From Emily Hagins' SXSW Selected GROW UP, TONY PHILLIPS

Austin based filmmaker Emily Hagins occupies a somewhat unique space in the American indie film scene. Completing her first film - Pathogen - when she was only twelve years old, Hagins was embraced by the Austin based blogging community as... More »
By Todd Brown   

Have Sex. Save The World.

Fresh off appearances at the Warsaw and Rotterdam film festivals and on its way to SXSW, Michal Marczak's documentary Fuck For Forest is sure to raise eyebrows for its racy subject matter.Berlin's Fuck For Forest is one of the world's... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW Announces 2013 Features Lineup, Including I AM DIVINE, REWIND THIS!, SNAP, and Much More

The South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival, otherwise known as SXSW, gets underway next month, and has now announced this year's lineup of feature films. Joining previously-announced titles, such as Evil Dead and Spring Breakers, are 109 features, including... More »
By Peter Martin   

Get Charmed By Existentialist Crime Rom-Com EVERYONE'S GOING TO DIE

SXSW issued their first programming announcement yesterday and while The Evil Dead and The Incredible Burt Wonderstone may have dominated the headlines there were other worthwhile gems lurking within. Gems like Everyone's Going To Die, a feature film by UK... More »
By Todd Brown   

SXSW Announces THE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE as Opener + 6 Other Titles

Just as Sundance is about to kickoff, SXSW has borrowed a bit of the spotlight to announce a few choice titles from its upcoming festival lineup. WB/New Line comedy The Incredible Burt Wonderstone will kick off the fest on... More »
By Ryland Aldrich   

SMALL APARTMENTS, Big Cast, Off-beat Trailer

Premiering last spring at SXSW, Jonas Akerlund's Small Apartments garnered decent buzz as a starring vehicle for British comedian Matt Lucas then went on its merry way to a string of other festivals, but hasn't really been heard from much... More »
By Ben Umstead   
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