Sometimes, a location stops being a setting and starts being a character. You see this happen to New York City in the films of Woody Allen and Martin Scorsese, and you see it happen to Los Angeles in the films of Paul Thomas Anderson and Robert Altman, to give you just two examples. The nature of those cities can be seen and (metaphorically) smelled and felt in every frame of… Continue reading How SXSW 2013 Helped Define the "Austin Movie"
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Today 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
Features, Interviews, and Reviews
A Guide to the Best Movie Magicians by Evan Saathoff
Movies for Every Occasion: St. Patrick’s Day by Amanda Mae Meyncke
In Honor of St. Patrick’s Day, We Rank the ‘Leprechaun’ Movies by Scott Neumyer
The Schmoes Know Movie Show: The Movies’ Top 5 Rivalries by Movies.com
South by Southwest Film Festival Coverage
Is the ‘Evil Dead’ Remake the Most Terrifying Film You Will Ever Experience? by… Continue reading The Best of the Week: Movie Magicians, 'Evil Dead' and Other SXSW Reviews, and More