7th May, 2020
Have you ever hate scrolled through someone’s social media account? Then Chelsea Devantez’s deliciously acerbic SXSW comedy 'Basic' is for you.
Live Action, Premiere
22nd April, 2020
Ben Strang dives deep into the trials and tribulations of shooting in challenging conditions on a remote fishing island for SXSW winning drama 'Beast'.
30th March, 2020
Fresh from a cancelled SXSW Janina Gavankar & Russo Schelling get in-depth about the monstrous manifestations in award winning midnight horror 'Stucco'.
Film Festival, Podcasts
11th April, 2011
With a few weeks’ perspective (and a whole lot of sleep) on our side after the intense 10 days that was SXSW 2011, I asked DN friend Andrew Johnson,
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
5th April, 2011
Much of what I decided to see at SXSW came from the recommendations of others, so when Andrew Johnson of MovieChatter called me up to insist I join him and
Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts
Sitting somewhere between documentary and art piece, Convento looks at the work of Dutch kinetic artist Christiaan Zwanikken and the restored monastery in
2nd April, 2011
With his first feature Down Terrace, Ben Wheatley breathed new life into the hackneyed corpse of the British Gangster flick, so Kill List, his take on the
31st March, 2011
Athina Rachel Tsangari’s Attenberg has been a critical favourite (see our review) since its premiere at the Venice Film Festival last year. I got to
30th March, 2011
Despite living a 50 minute train ride from my house, it took, two planes and the SXSW film festival for me to catch up with actor and director Tim Plester.
29th March, 2011
For her directorial debut feature Green, Sophia Takal explores the fraught ground of jealousy and insecurity, and the tricks a mind can play when consumed
28th March, 2011
Around the time of the band’s Celebrity Skin album, original Hole drummer Patty Schemel disappeared from the rocket ride of musical stardom and into a
27th March, 2011
With its solid 10 track album structure, SXSW Best Documentary Feature & Best Cinematography winner Dragonslayer lets us vicariously live in the world
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