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Review: The Overnight

Review: The Overnight

Less frisky than it leads on, but more explicit than you’d expect, The Overnight, a short-circuited suburban comedy, offers an unpredictable excursion into latent marital and sexual anxieties. At least, those are the broad themes director Patrick Brice brings to some previously mined territory, most notably 1969’s “Bob & Carol &Ted & Alice,” about two

SXSW Narrative Film Reviews

‘Sequoia’ Upon diagnosis of a life-threatening oral cancer, Riley (Aly Michalka) departs the dysfunction of her family, both new and old, with intentions of ending her life amongst the picturesque backdrop of Sequoia National Park.  En route she befriends an introspective, Mandolin playing musician Ogden (Dustin Milligan), who’s devout Christian background, as well as immediate

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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