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From SXSW to Your Local Theater, Part 2: Bernie

Written by | Published March 19, 2012
In my previous post, I mentioned lucking into an added screening preview of the Will Ferrell comedy Casa de mi…

SXSW 2012: Now Just a Memory

Written by | Published March 19, 2012
(Win a CD: See below) Like a whirlwind weekend with a beloved old friend, there are mixed feelings as we…
During the past few evenings, I’ve had the good fortune to catch some of the biggest SXSW Film comedy premieres.…

Today's theme: Change

Written by | Published March 15, 2012
In line the other day to see Hunky Dory, the coming-of-age film starring Minnie Driver entered in the “Narrative Spotlight”…

Seen (and Heard) at SXSW Film

Written by | Published March 13, 2012
My SXSW Film journey started off slowly—I admit, rain plus crowds were enough to deter me from my usual energetic…

Five films in three days

Written by | Published March 12, 2012
It’s day four of the South By Southwest Film festival, and I’m reflecting on the busy weekend. So far, my…

Pass to Inspiration

Written by | Published March 7, 2012
What’s the old saying about March roaring in like a lion? In Austin this year, it seems especially appropriate: Blooming…

SXSW Film: A Texas Preview

Written by | Published March 7, 2012
The SXSW Film Conference & Festival 2012 begins in Austin on Friday, March 9 (along with SXSW Interactive) and runs…

(CMigrator copy 3)

Written by | Published February 6, 2012
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Pig Predicts an Early Spring!

Written by | Published February 2, 2012
It’s the dead of winter, supposedly—February 2—and a quick survey of mid-afternoon temperatures across Texas (70 degrees in Austin, 72…

Anticipating Blooms

Written by | Published February 1, 2012
It’s sometimes difficult to know when the seasons change in Texas, but one of the most anticipated seasons is that…

Groundhog Day, Texas-Style

Written by | Published February 1, 2012
It may be February 1 where you are, but at the TH editorial office, we’re thinking April. We just put…
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