The End Of Us is a must-watch comedy that is so relatable that it will hit you right in the gut. Written and directed by Henry Loevner and Steven Kanter. The End Of Us stars Ben Coleman, Ali Vingiano, Derrick DeBlasis, Gadiel Del Orbe, Kate Peterman, Colin Weatherby, Caroline Kwan,
My first film of the festival is Gaia. Directed by Jaco Brouwer, the film stars Monique Rockman, Carel Nel, Anthony Oseyemi, and Alex Van Dyk. Visual effects for science fiction/horror films are extremely important. Without the visual effects, Gaia would not be possible. The practical effects are equally awesome. From
The trend of virtual festivals continues with SXSW. It was just announced that the iconic Austin festival is going virtual. Keep reading to learn more. Official Press Release: How do you build the future from scratch? At SXSW we’re known for being the world’s foremost gathering of creative professionals, and
It’s not typical of a movie review to be written of a work in progress cut of a film, and it’s even less typical of a studio publicist to insist upon a review of said work in progress cut. Well, comedy legends Key and Peele are not your typical filmmakers
Life in Color is an endearing, true-to-life story of two people stuck in a proverbial rut who come together to learn the importance of friendship and moving forward, whatever that may mean at any given moment in one’s life. I had the opportunity to speak with Emmer at SXSW this
I walked in to the film, The Sandwich Nazi expecting to be entertained by what was presented as an outgoing Lebonese sandwich shop owner who would regale us with tales of his former life as a male escort. What I came away from was something much more personal and human.
During SXSW 2014 in Austin, Texas, Simon Helberg and Jocelyn Towne brought their true-life relationship misadventure to the big screen for everyone to see with We’ll Never Have Paris. They brought a stellar cast with them to share the fantastically realistic film with festival-goers, including Maggie Grace, Melanie Lynskey and
Maggie Grace may be best known for her roles in the Taken franchise and on television series like Lost and Californication. I sat down with her at the SXSW 2014 Film Festival to talk about one of her latest projects, Simon Helberg and Jocelyn Towne‘s real life romance mishap, We’ll Never
Heather McIntosh is a badass. She may or may not corroborate this estimation of her character, but how else can you describe someone with her resume? Ms. McIntosh is a cellist with a penchant for electronic music and a passion to share her creative spirit with the world. Heather scored
Creep is the first feature for writer, director and star Patrick Brice, which he made with long-time friend Mark Duplass. The film follows Aaron (Patrick Brice) as he agrees to film Josef (Mark Duplass) for reasons unknown to him after he answers a Craigslist ad for a videographer. As the film
Nicholas McCarthy received acclaim in recent years for his short turned feature film, The Pact. After a successful first feature, McCarthy is back this year with horror film and SXSW Midnighter Home. The film has been getting praise from horror film fans at SXSW and sites like FEARNet. Home has a
Dir: Kat Candler Coming into SXSW, Hellion had a tremendous amount of buzz. A movie by local Austin director Kat Candler (Cicadas, Black Metal) that stars Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul (most recently of Need For Speed) set expectations high. By all accounts Hellion surpasses expectations and is Candler’s finest work to
Nicholas McCarthy’s horror film HOME makes it’s debut at SXSW 2014 & stars Catalina Sandino Moreno, Ashley Rickards & Naya Rivera.