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SXSW 2011

SXSW Movie Review: ‘The Divide’

March 21, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘The Divide’

I caught (that verb seems appropriate) Xavier Gens’ (Hitman, Frontier(s)) The Divide as a midnight screener at the Ritz theatre, and by far the best thing I can say about the experience is that the volunteers running the show just let us in instead of making us wait in line and thus subjecting us to the...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘Becoming Santa’

March 17, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Becoming Santa’

In the interest of full disclosure, I had the good fortune to meet Becoming Santa’s star, Jack, on the shuttle ferrying us from the horrendous labyrinthine beast of the Austin Convention Center to the heavenly outpost that is the Alamo Drafthouse. Yes, I know I’m mixing mythologies there, so bite me. Anyway, I met...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘Kill List’

March 17, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Kill List’

Kill List suffers from a case of schizophrenia. It tries to be a jack of all trades, but masters none of those said trades during the course of the film. Though I personally found the film gratifying, I was sorely disappointed in the disjointed quality of the final product. The film starts out a...
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SXSW Day 2 Wrap Up

March 16, 2011
SXSW Day 2 Wrap Up

Better late than never, right? I ‘m finally home at my own writing desk, and will start cranking out reviews for you, but first, this recap of my second day at the festival. I started off with some interviews that I can’t wait to share with you. First up was Zal Batmanglij, director and...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘Tabloid’

March 16, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Tabloid’

Of the three films I’ve been most excited to see at SXSW, two of them were documentaries, and the two documentaries that pretty much everyone else has been the most excited to see: Werner Herzog’s Cave of Forgotten Dreams and Errol Morris’s Tabloid. Of the two, the one I was a little unsure of...
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SXSW 2011: Day 5 Wrap Up

March 16, 2011
SXSW 2011: Day 5 Wrap Up

I am happy to say that my last day of seeing films was a productive and gratifying one – the screening library was an excellent resource and I was able to catch Caught Inside (which I wasn’t crazy about) and several narrative and documentary shorts. The High Level Bridge (directed by Trever Anderson) was...
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SXSW 2011: Day 4 Wrap Up

March 16, 2011
SXSW 2011: Day 4 Wrap Up

The Dish and the Spoon (directed and written by Alison Bagnall) begins with an emotional introduction to Rose (Greta Gerwig) who has just left her husband after discovering that he has cheated on her. Distraught and still wearing her pajamas, Rose procures some beer and drives to the seaside with the intention to get...
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SXSW Announces 2011 Award Winners

March 15, 2011
SXSW Announces 2011 Award Winners

It seems like only yesterday when our planes were touching down, we were packing into our roach-heavy hotels, and ordering that first pint at the Alamo Drafthouse, eager to welcome SXSW 2011, but those days are long gone, and the Film Festival’s award-winners have now been announced. Of course, those days really aren’t long...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘A Matter of Taste’

March 15, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘A Matter of Taste’

Like most folks, I love food; its sheer edibleness, its eat-tastic-tude, its ability to be eaten…anything that better facilitates the process of receiving nourishment from something is tops in my book. Paul Liebrandt, however, might disagree. He views food as a work of art, and the New York chef has made a name for...
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SXSW Movie Review: ‘Paul’

March 14, 2011
SXSW Movie Review: ‘Paul’

I’m a shameful(less?) Anglophile, which in turn makes me an unabashed(ful) Francophobe, and some of the tenderest English patches of my otherwise iron heart are reserved for Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and, of course, Edgar Wright, the three gents who, through their collaborations in such fine works as the sitcom Spaced, and the films, Shaun...
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