Texas Highways at SXSW
TH @ SXSW
Check for regular updates from the trenches of South By Southwest.
Texas Creatives add Pulse to SXSW: Even with SXSW's vast selection, Texans are cream of the crop – including film director Richard Linklater and blues singer Marcia Ball.
SXSW 2012: Now Just a Memory: The tents have come down and Austin gets back to it's old self, which is pretty much the same ... just a little less crowded.
Final Days of SXSW Film: Movies and Music: Jane Wu wraps up her SXSW season with a couple of Texas-related screenings.
From SXSW to Your Local Theater – Casa de mi Padre: Jane Wu lucks into a screening of Casa de mi Padre, starring Will Ferrell.
Theme: Change: The themes of change permeate SXSW films as well as the SXSW experience.
From SXSW to Your Local Theater – Bernie: Jane Wu takes you to the red-carpet premiere of Richard Linklater's film Bernie, shot in Central Texas and Carthage.
Seen (and Heard) at SXSW Film: They may be in a theater near you soon. See Jane Wu's takes on the films she saw.
Five Films in Three Days: Lori Moffatt reflects on her SXSW filmgoing experiences ... so far.
Pass the Inspiration: I visited recently with SXSW Film Conference and Festival Director Janet Pierson about the event’s growth, maturation, and significance, and why choosing a film you’ve never heard of may be the most direct route to inspiration.
SXSW Film – A Texas Preview: SXSW Film brings together up-and-coming and veteran filmmakers, industry dealmakers, actors and celebrities of all stripes, serious film geeks, and avid moviegoers with a taste for discovery. Here is a list for those wanting a more Tex-centric movie experience.
How I Survived SXSW: A primer on making the most of your SXSW experience.
TH Traveler: Hill Country Film Festival happens April 26-29 at Fredericksburg's Stagecoach Theater.
Weekender: Smithville/the Movietown Megalopolis