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Music Days 3 & 4

PopMatters' concerts crew sends SXSW out with a bang, breaking down the Belles of the Ball and flushing out the Bathroom Breaks.

Brian Bartels and Kevin Pearson
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Music: Days 1 and 2

Arms bedecked with stamps and weighed down with wristbands, PopMatters' SXSW concert crew forges into the fray, bringing you the best and worst from days 1 and 2 of the festival.

Brian Bartels and Kevin Pearson
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Film: Days 6-7

PopMatters takes back its anti-anti-Moore attack, pushes further into an inconvenient truth, and explores the webs that sisters weave.

By Terry Sawyer and Anita Schillhorn
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Film: Day 5

You'd think exhaustion would dull the senses, but, as SXSW wears on, your critical faculties actually begin to sharpen -- it's only natural. As time passes, the real world fades away; home and family become distant memories. By day five, you have no family -- only films.

Terry Sawyer and Anita Schillhorn
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Film: Day 4

The gloves come off as PopMatters' SXSW Film crew digs into a drug-addled drama, takes on the terminator, and goes to blows over the mirth of marijuana.

Terry Sawyer and Anita Schillhorn
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Film: Day 3

PopMatters' SXSW film crew ventures off the beaten path today, taking a trip to Frownland, deconstructing a Supersize Me-style documentary that really pops, and feigning fondly over a horror apocalypse of the human mind.

Terry Sawyer and Anita Schillhorn
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Film: Days 1 and 2

In Day 1 and 2 of our SXSW coverage, PopMatters dives deep into the film festival, fraternizing with zombies, dissing deep on mindless Michael Moore attacks, and rocking a little Bible study with the folks from The State.

Terry Sawyer and Anita Schillhorn
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PopMatters @ SXSW 2007

Cook videoblogs from this year's SXSW festival, interviewing Mike Watt and Swamp Dogg in the process.

Edited and produced by Andrew Phillips, Megan Milks, and Sarah Zupko
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