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SXSW Documentary Film Reviews

SXSW Documentary Film Reviews

‘Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton’ Director Jeff Broadway‘s niche look into the history of  Stones Throw Records, one of hip hop’s most forward thinking and experimental labels is as deeply comprehensive a look into such territories as one will ever be privy to.  Spanning the origins of Stones Throw as a destination for diverse, mostly

SXSW Interview: Alexandre O. Philippe (Director) & Tom Savini (Makeup Artist) – ‘Doc of the Dead’

Brought to the screen by the creators of the hit doc ‘The People vs. George Lucas,’ ‘Doc of the Dead‘ delves deep into the evolution of the zombie genre in film and literature, as well as its impact and influence on pop culture, to deliver a comprehensive, fast-paced, highly entertaining look at a contemporary social

10 Films to Watch at 2014 SXSW Film

Held in and around one of America’s great cities of Austin, the SXSW Film Festival & Conference offers a versatility only recently adopted by the other members of the festival circuit elite.  Having championed technology, Transmedia and independent music since its inception, SXSW Film boasts its place amongst the upper class of national film talent discovery destinations with a

Jon Favreau’s CHEF To Open SXSW Film 2014

SXSW has announced the world premiere of ‘Chef‘ as its Opening Night Film, from director Jon Favreau, which will screen on Friday, March 7, 2014. SXSW also revealed a diverse handful of titles that will premiere at the 2014 event, comprised of an array of topics that tap into the buzzing pulse of SXSW culture.

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