A year ago, pretty much to the day, I hit the streets of Austin, Texas determined to find my way at SXSW for the very first time. It’s fair to say I was
Saman Keshavarz seems to be hot property at the moment, his Freeze Tag commercial for Canon won him all kinds of plaudits, whilst his multipart video for Russ
Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
A word of advice, if the quiet, mousy girl asks you to the prom say yes. Otherwise you too may find yourself slow dancing through hell under a disco ball, as
Described as a slacker revenge movie, Simon Rumley’s latest feature Red White & Blue tracks the emotionally damaged Erica through the bars and beds
As a festival that features such strong music and film strands, SXSW was the perfect place for Bruce McDonald to premiere his Broken Social Scene concert meets
Documentary, Film Festival, Podcasts
No other filmmaker in history has been able to garner the equal levels of adoration and hate as George Lucas has through the Star Wars series of films.
Co-directed by Amy C. Elliott and Elizabeth Donius, World’s Largest takes a tour of small town America and the over-sized, roadside attractions hoping to
It’s in the nature of festivals that certain films build up an unstoppable wave of buzz; be it for stand out performances, record sales deals or a brake
For his second feature Lovers of Hate, director Bryan Poyser took inspiration from a Park City house to explore his uncomfortable tale of two brothers locked
To say webbie award winning director, Bobby Miller hit on a strange concept for his short TUB would be a pretty large understatement, but it’s a setup
If you’re in a strong, loving relationship you can withstand anything right? In her debut feature, The Freebie, actor turned director Katie Aselton
Animation, Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts
Alongside the feature strands, SXSW runs several shorts programmes throughout the festival, which often provide an early chance to see the work of up and
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