Joss Whedon and "Cloverfield" scribe Drew Goddard's horror deconstruction will open this year's festival while other highlights include the return of "Tiny Furniture" writer/director Lena Dunham and a new doc on Bob Marley from Kevin Macdonald.
Six promising films got the nod to play at this year's SXSW Film Festival, but they need your help to get there.
Anointing a would-be cynical exercise in cashing in on a long-dead franchise a new comedy classic is only the first of many surprises in store for Phil Lord and Chris Miller's refreshingly affectionate high school satire.
This inspiring dance documentary has the potential to bring down the venerable Paramount with its hometown premiere. Thankfully, it's the artists' day job to pick up the pieces afterwards.
Ashley Sabin and David Redmon's incredible new documentary reveals the sad, disturbing reality of the global operations that exploit young women who pursue a career in the beauty biz.
Despite an early uneven tone, the latest documentary from "Protagonist" director Jessica Yu finds its footing as an eye-opening look at the global water crisis.
After a prison stretch, a woman finds herself with more in common with her beloved pets than people in this piercing portrait from directors Brian M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatsky.
After charming SXSW last year with the road trip romance "Surrogate Valentine," the director and his troubadour star return with an expansion of the universe, and talk about expanding it further.