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SXSW Film Festival Announces Audience Awards

shortterm12sxsw SXSW Film Festival Announces Audience AwardsToday is the final day of the 2013 South by SouthWest Film Conference and Festival and it comes to a close with the announcement of the audience awards for the 20th annual Austin film fest.

Earlier this week, Destin Daniel Crettons Short Term 12 won the Jury Award for Narrative Feature and it followed that up by also taking the Audience Award in the Narrative Feature category… Continue reading SXSW Film Festival Announces Audience Awards

Perri Nemiroff writes for Movies.com, but she also produced a short film screening at this year’s South by Southwest Film Festival. Here she writes about her expectations before the screening, and will return later to tell us what happened after.

Child Eater SXSW Before & After: What Its Like to Have a Movie Playing the SXSW Film Festival


Our short film Child Eater plays to an adoring crowd, we get up and charm the audience further during our… Continue reading Before & After: What It's Like to Have a Movie Playing the SXSW Film Festival

This past week, I traveled to Utah to cover the Sundance Film Festival for Moviefone. This was my first trip to the annual event, and for the most part, things went very well. Granted, I did make one big mistake in not staying long enough, which means I missed several buzzed-about films, including “Lovelace,” “A.C.O.D.” “Fruitvale” and “Escape From Tomorrow.”

Nevertheless, I still got to see 14 movies in my four-and-a-half… Continue reading Sundance: 14 Films We Saw at the 2013 Film Festival

The 50th annual New York Film Festival is in full swing and celebrities near and far have gathered to celebrate.

A number of buzz-worthy flicks have bowed at the Big Apple’s festival, including “The Paperboy,” “Frances Ha” and Ang Lee’s “Life of Pi,” which kicked off the event.

From Zac Efron to Greta Gerwig, check out a bevy of

The Toronto International Film Festival of 2012 is officially over and while we had a great time and saw a lot of different movies, it was definitely a far more bittersweet experience than past years, maybe because we didn’t feel there was an Up in the Air or No Country for Old Men or Slumdog Millionaire or 127 Hours in the bunch – a movie that’s guaranteed to be… Continue reading Toronto Film Festival 2012 Wrap-Up and 'Best of the Fest'