New wave trailblazers Spandau Ballet are performing live and screening the world premiere of their documentary ‘Soul Boys of the Western World’ at South by Southwest on March 12. We know this much is true.
Ethan Hawke, Julie Delpy and Richard Linklater in Austin for the “Before Midnight” premiere is totes awesome.
Cine Las Americas showcases new films spanning from North America, South America, the Caribbean and the U.S. to name a few. Cine Las Americas enters its 16th annual fest with approximately 100 films lined up.
Writer/director David Riker is known for his controversial and political films that raise questions and concerns about the immigration culture. His latest film, The Girl, will makes its Austin theater run at the AMC Barton Creek Square 14 starting April 5.
Whether you want to get hyped for SXSW or chill out after all the festivities, ‘March at the Drive-In’ has got you covered. There’s themed nights for SXSW-goers, as well as tributes to directors like Hitchcock, Romero and Tarantino. There are different packages up for purchase on Blue Starlite Drive-In’s website.
The critically acclaimed novel “Bless Me, Ultima’ has been adapted for the big screen in part by writer/director Carl Franklin. Find out more about the mystic, New Mexico-based story in our review.
The smartphone maker Nokia is expanding into the music and documentary scene. For music and movie lovers, Nokia Music is releasing its documentary series “New American Noise”. On Jan. 18, the one hour documentary special is airing on the Sundance Channel.
Fatboy Slim is about to drop a CD/DVD combo called Big Beach Bootique 5 on Feb. 19 that gives fans a taste of his now-infamous throwdowns at England’s Brighton Beach.
Violet Crown Cinema invites moviegoers to kick start their weekend with the Sputnik Beer Release Party along with a screening of Man on a Mission: Richard Garriott’s Road to the Stars this Thursday, Dec. 20.
Alfred Hitchcock’s persistence to create great films made him a well-known director, but his eye for making the audience feel as uncomfortable as the actors in his psychological thrillers made him iconic. Check out the biopic starring Anthony Hopkins for free.
‘Shmoikel’s Twilight,’ a mockumentary or spoof of the ‘Twilight’ films, tells a story about a a Brooklyn math teacher who brings to light his contribution as writer, director, and star of ‘Shmoikel’s Twilight,’ a huge budget film shot a year before the infamous movie Twilight began production.
The game of baseball changed because of one courageous man. Jackie Robinson’s courage and bravery were influential in ending segregation in professional sports.
When drugs, sex and risk start to define the relationship, their love is tested. Ira Sachs (Forty Shades of Blue) directs the story of two men who come from different worlds.
Director Ruben Fleischer takes us back to the 1940 and ’50s era with Gangster Squad. Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling, Josh Brolin and Emma Stone star in this seductive piece of noir and action.
Three directors, three stories and one purpose that connects each character: The Fourth Dimension. With a mixture of each director’s culture, oddity and euphoric elements, the characters are in search of the height of their existence. This search for purpose leads each character on an interesting journey. If you’ve searched for an enlightening movie with an eclectic […]
Words by Caroline Wallace. It’s been a full 20 years since director Richard Linklater released his breakout film Slacker, but that didn’t stop hundreds of people from posting up in the Austin Studios parking lot to see the film that so notably chronicled Austin’s disaffected youth culture of the early ’90s reprise its role on […]
Review by Annar Veröld. Everything Must Go is an adaptation of 5-paged short story, “Why Don’t You Dance?” by Raymond Carter. The film– debut feature film of director Dan Rush– tells the story of an alcoholic salesman, who experiences a series of losses on the same day. Returning home after being fired for misconduct on […]