Notes from the Road

March 2013

SXSW 2013 Spotlight: Animated Shorts

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.

Django Django: 6 March 2013 - New York

Carefully controlled studio versions of songs were set aside for amped up live versions to create one big dance party.

SXSW Interactive Day 1: What Drives Elon Musk?

Elon Musk is an entrepreneur with a mission. SXSW is full of entrepreneurs with a mission, but Elon Musk ups the ante.

Abra-Abra-Cadabra: A Little Magic with Burt Wonderstone

A solid vehicle for the talents of Jim Carrey, Steve Carell, and Steve Buscemi, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone will open in theaters across the US, UK, and Canada on March 15.

February 2013

Bonnie “Prince” Billy: 7 February 2013 - New York (‘American Songbook’ Photos)

Bonnie "Prince" Billy captivated the Allen Room audience with a two-hour set.

Alice Smith: 5 February 2013 - New York

At Alice Smith's show, one fan exclaimed she would win a Grammy after witnessing her dynamic songwriting capabilities, on songs like "Ocean", "Shot" and "Another Love" from her forthcoming album She.

The Lumineers: 2 February 2012 - New York

Folk rock act, the Lumineers sold out two shows at Terminal 5 in New York. The Saturday evening featured some very special guests...

January 2013

Modern Rivals: 3 January 2013 – New York

Modern Rivals offer farewell show before returning to studio.

Local Natives Record a Live Version of Their Unreleased Album

The LA band Local Natives have done the unprecedented and recorded a live preview of their new album, set to be aired on Morning Becomes Eclectic on January 11th, 2013.

December 2012

The Instagram Trend: Adding Effects to My Favorite 2012 Event Photos

Our lead photographer, Sachyn Mital presents ten of his (own) favorite photos from 2012 revisited with artistic filters and effects.

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NYFF 2017: 'Mudbound'

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"Dee Rees’ churning and melodramatic epic follows two families in 1940s Mississippi, one black and one white, and the wars they fight abroad and at home.

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