If a dive bar, tiny stage, and light beer couldn't phase this Seattle septet, nothing could.
In a year where social media was an afterthought at SXSW, what really mattered? Space exploration, that's what.
Holy Ghost People takes viewers on a trip through a snake-handling church in the heart of the Appalachian mountains as a young woman attempts to discover what happened to her sister with the help of a downtrodden, alcoholic ex-Marine.
Carlos Puga's first feature-length film since The S1gnificance of Se7eventeen is a thoughtful family drama that invites contemplation and deserves praise for its excellent ensemble cast.
Short films are often put aside or overlooked as the appetizers of the film world. The shorts program at SXSW, however, is full of tasty gems that deserve to be seen.
Brand is so omnipresent at SXSW that companies strap fur to cars to try and catch your numbed out attention.
The Lords of Salem made its debut at SXSW but might not have been what Rob Zombie fans have been waiting for.
3-D printing is the big draw at SXSW this year and it's getting plenty of love. And no wonder – Obama highlighted it in his State of the Union.
Upstart pop country duo outshines bigger, more established names in surprising Tuesday night set.
The animated short is the perfect vehicle for filmmakers who want to reach audiences in a fascinating, often whimsical way while making substantial technical and artistic advancements. This year's SXSW animated shorts selections don't disappoint on either counts.