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The 2013 SXSW Film Conference and Festival is going to held March 8 to16 at Austin in Texas. The event will announce more awards included in the short films and midnight showings on Wednesday 6th February.
NARRATIVE SPOTLIGHT:
“Much Ado About Nothing” – Director: Joss Whedon, Cast: Amy Acker, Alexis Denisof, Nathan Fillion, Fran Kranz, Jillian Morgese (U.S. Premiere)
“Drinking Buddies” – Director/Screenwriter: Joe Swanberg, Cast: Olivia Wilde, Jake Johnson, Anna Kendrick, Ron Livingston (World Premiere)
“The Bounceback” – Director: Bryan Poyser, Screenwriters: David Degrow Shotwell, Steven Walters, Bryan Poyser, Cast: Marshall Allman, Ashley Bell, Zach Cregger, Sara Paxton, Michael Stahl-David (World Premiere)
“Coldwater” – Director/Screenwriter: Vincent Grashaw, Screenwriter: Mark Penney, Cast: PJ Boudousque, James C. Burns, Chris Petrovski, Octavius J. Johnson, Nicholas Bateman (World Premiere)
“Go For Sisters” – Director/Screenwriter: John Sayle, Cast: Edward James Olmos, Lisa Gay Hamilton, Yolonda Ross (North American Premiere)
“Good Night” – Director/Screenwriter: Sean H. A. Gallagher, Cast: Adriene Mishler, Jonny Mars, Alex Karpovsky, Chris Doubek, Todd Berger (World Premiere)
“Grow Up, Tony Phillips” – Director/Screenwriter: Emily Hagins, Cast: Tony Vespe, AJ Bowen, Devin Bonnee, Katie Folger, Byron Brown (World Premiere)
“Gus” – Director/Screenwriter: Jessie Mccormack, Cast: Michelle Monaghan, Radha Mitchell, Jon Dore, Michael Weston, Mimi Kennedy (World Premiere)
“Holy Ghost People” – Director: Mitchell Altieri, Screenwriters: Kevin Artigue & Joe Egender, Mitchell Altieri & Phil Flores, Cast: Emma Greenwell, Brendan McCarthy, Joe Egender, Cameron Richardson, Roger Aaron Brown (World Premiere)
“Hours” – Director/Screenwriter: Eric Heisserer, Cast: Paul Walker, Genesis Rodriguez (World Premiere)
“I Give It A Year” (U.K.) – Director/Screenwriter: Dan Mazer, Cast: Rose Byrne, Anna Faris, Rafe Spall, Simon Baker, Minnie Driver, Jason Flemyng, Stephen Merchant (North American Premiere)
“Kilimanjaro” – Director/Screenwriter: Walter Strafford, Cast: Brian Geraghty, Alexia Rasmussen, Abigail Spencer, Chris Marquette, Bruce Altman (World Premiere)
“Loves Her Gun” – Director/Screenwriter: Geoff Marslett, Screenwriter: Lauren Modery, Cast: Trieste Kelly Dunn, Francisco Barreiro, Ashley Rae Spillers, Melissa Hideko Bisagni, John Merriman (World Premiere)
“Milo” – Director/Screenwriter: Jacob Vaughan, Screenwriter: Benjamin Hayes, Cast: Ken Marino, Gillian Jacobs, Peter Stormare, Stephen Root, Mary Kay Place (World Premiere)
“Reality Show” – Director/Screenwriter: Adam Rifkin, Cast: Adam Rifkin, Scott Anderson, Kelly Menighan Hensley, Monika Tilling, Valerie Breiman (World Premiere)
“Scenic Route” – Directors: Kevin Goetz, Michael Goetz, Screenwriter: Kyle Killen, Cast: Josh Duhamel, Dan Fogler (World Premiere)
“Some Girl(s)” – Director: Daisy Von Scherler Mayer, Screenwriter: Neil LaBute, Cast: Adam Brody, Kristen Bell, Zoe Kazan, Mia Maestro, Jennifer Morrison, Emily Watson (World Premiere)
“Zero Charisma” – Directors: Katie Graham, Andrew Matthews, Screenwriter: Andrew Matthews, Cast: Sam Eidson, Garrett Graham, Brock England, Anne Gee Byrd, Cyndi Williams, Brian Losoya, Vincent Prendergast, Katie Folger, John Gholson, Dakin Matthews (World Premiere)
NARRATIVE FEATURE COMPETITION:
“Awful Nice” – Director/Screenwriter: Todd Sklar, Screenwriter: Alex Rennie, Cast: Alex Rennie, James Pumphrey, Christopher Meloni, Brett Gelman, Keeley Hazell (World Premiere)
“Burma” – Director/Screenwriter: Carlos Puga, Cast: Christopher Abbott, Gaby Hoffmann, Chris McCann, Dan Bittner, Emily Fleischer (World Premiere)
“Improvement Club” – Director/Screenwriter: Dayna Hanson, Cast: Magge Brown, Dave Proscia, Wade Madsen, Jessie Smith, Pol Rosenthal (World Premiere)
“LICKS” – Director/Screenwriter: Jonathan Singer-Vine, Screenwriter: Justin “Hongry” Robinson, Cast: Stanley Hunt, Koran Jenkins, Tatiana Monet, Devon Libran, Les Aderibigbe (World Premiere)
“The Retrieval” – Director/Screenwriter: Chris Eska, Cast: Ashton Sanders, Tishuan Scott, Keston John, Bill Oberst Jr., Christine Horn, Alfonso Freeman (World Premiere)
“Short Term 12″ – Director/Screenwriter: Destin Daniel Cretton, Cast: Brie Larson, John Gallagher Jr., Kaitlyn Dever, Rami Malek, Keith Stanfield (World Premiere)
“Swim Little Fish Swim” (U.S., France) – Director/Screenwriter: Ruben Amar, Lola Bessis, Cast: Dustin Guy Defa, Anne Consigny, Brooke Bloom, Lola Bessis, Olivia Durling Costello (World Premiere)
“This Is Where We Live” – Directors: Josh Barrett, Marc Menchaca, Screenwriter: Marc Menchaca, Cast: Ron Hayden, CK McFarland, Marc Menchaca, Tobias Segal, Frankie Shaw (World Premiere)
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE COMPETITION:
“12 O’Clock Boys” – Director: Lotfy Nathan (World Premiere)
“Big Joy: The Adventures of James Broughton” – Directors: Stephen Silha, Eric Slade (World Premiere)
“Hey Bartender” – Director: Douglas Tirola (World Premiere)
“Los Wild Ones” – Director: Elise Salomon (World Premiere)
“The Short Game” – Director: Josh Greenbaum (World Premiere)
“Touba” – Director: Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi (World Premiere)
“We Always Lie To Strangers” – Directors: AJ Schnack, David Wilson (World Premiere)
“WILLIAM AND THE WINDMILL” – Director: Ben Nabors (World Premiere)
HEADLINERS:
“Evil Dead” – Director/Screenwriter: Fede Alvarez, Screenwriter: Rodo Sayagues, Cast: Jane Levy, Shiloh Fernandez, Lou Taylor Pucci, Jessica Lucas, Elizabeth Blackmore (World Premiere)
“Hawking” (U.K.) – Director: Stephen Finnigan (World Premiere)
“The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” – Director: Don Scardino, Cast: Steve Carell, Steve Buscemi, Olivia Wilde, Alan Arkin, James Gandolfini, Jim Carrey (World Premiere)
“Spring Breakers” – Director/Screenwriter: Harmony Korine, Cast: James Franco, Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Benson, Rachel Korine, Gucci Mane (U.S. Premiere)
“When Angels Sing” – Director: Tim Mccanlies, Screenwriter: Lou Berney, Cast: Harry Connick Jr., Connie Britton, Chandler Canterbury, Fionnula Flanagan, Lyle Lovett, Dana Wheeler-Nicholson, Eloise DeJoria, Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson (World Premiere)
DOCUMENTARY SPOTLIGHT:
“An Unreal Dream: The Michael Morton Story” – Director: Al Reinert (World Premiere)
“Before You Know It” – Director: PJ Raval (World Premiere)
“Continental” (U.S., Canada) – Director: Malcolm Ingram (World Premiere)
“Downloaded” – Director: Alex Winter (World Premiere)
“Getting Back to Abnormal” – Director: Louis Alvarez, Andrew Kolker, Peter Odabashian, Paul Stekler (World Premiere)
“Good Ol’ Freda” – Director: Ryan White (World Premiere)
“I Am Divine” – Director: Jeffrey Schwarz (World Premiere)
“Medora” – Directors: Andrew Cohn, Davy Rothbart (World Premiere)
“MILIUS” – Directors: Zak Knutson, Joey Figueroa (World Premiere)
“Mr. Angel” – Director: Dan Hunt (World Premiere)
“The Network” (Australia, U.K.) – Director: Eva Orner (World Premiere)
“The Other Shore” – Director: Timothy Wheeler (World Premiere)
“Rewind This!” – Director: Josh Johnson (World Premiere)
“Spark: A Burning Man Story” – Directors: Steve Brown, Jessie Deeter (World Premiere)
“TINY: A Story About Living Small” – Directors: Christopher Smith, Merete Mueller (World Premiere)
“Unhung Hero” (Germany) – Director: Brian Spitz (World Premiere)
“We Cause Scenes” – Director: Matt Adams (World Premiere)
VISIONS
“ELENA” (Brazil) (North American Premiere)
“euphonia” (World Premiere)
“Everyone’s Going to Die” (U.K.) (World Premiere)
“Fuck for Forest” (Poland) (North American Premiere)
“Harry Dean Stanton: Partly Fiction” (Switzerland) (U.S. Premiere)
“Kelly + Victor” (U.K.) (North American Premiere)
“Lunarcy!” (Canada) (U.S. Premiere)
“Maidentrip” (World Premiere)
“Maladies” (North American Premiere)
“Our Nixon” (North American Premiere)
“Sake-Bomb” (U.S., Japan) (World Premiere)
“Snap” (World Premiere)
“These Birds Walk”
“The Wait” (World Premiere)
“White Reindeer” (World Premiere)
“Yellow” (U.S. Premiere)
24 BEATS PER SECOND:
“All the Labor” (World Premiere)
“Artifact”
“A Band Called Death” (World Premiere)
“Broadway Idiot” (World Premiere)
“Brothers Hypnotic” (World Premiere)
“Cuatro!”
“Finding the Funk” (World Premiere)
“Good Vibrations” (U.K., Ireland)
“The Punk Singer” (World Premiere)
“Reincarnated” (North American Premiere)
“Twenty Feet from Stardom”
SX GLOBAL:
“And Who Taught You To Drive?” (Germany)
“Diario a Tres Voces” / “Three Voices” (Mexico)
“Dog Flesh” / “Carne de Perro” (Chile)
“The Fifth Season” (Belgium, Netherlands, France)
“Museum Hours” (Austria, U.S.)
“The Punk Syndrome” (Finland)
“Sofia’s Last Ambulance” (Bulgaria)
“Zayiat” (Turkey)
FESTIVAL FAVORITES:
“The Act of Killing” (Denmark)
“A Teacher”
“Before Midnight”
“Computer Chess”
“Don Jon’s Addiction”
“First Cousin Once Removed”
“Imagine” (Poland, Portugal, France)
“Mud”
“Pit Stop”
“Prince Avalanche”
“Upstream Color”
SPECIAL EVENTS:
“Bates Motel: Story to Screen” with Carlton Cuse (World Premiere)
“Burning Love” (World Premiere)
“No More Road Trips?” (World Premiere)
“Sound City”
“This Ain’t No Mouse Music!” (World Premiere)
“TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard” (Sweden, Denmark, Norway) (North American Premiere)

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