Sacha Baron Cohen's longtime collaborator makes his directorial debut and naturally takes a genre and turns it inside out to gutbusting effect.
The filmmaker behind this year's Best Documentary Short talks about how his dad led him to find the incredible subject of his new film, a former doctor with a high-flying lifestyle that gave it all up to fly high on skates on the beach boardwalks of San Diego.
A well-made coming-of-age story with touches of magical realism, the feature debut of Rebecca Thomas only begins to lose its way when its lead decides she's on a quest.
Making sure everything was big in Texas, the premieres of two eagerly awaited music docs had some extra oomph after their main subjects took the stage to perform post-screening at SXSW.
With just a story outline and a director, the stars of "Pitch Perfect" and "Office Space" talk about taking a leap of faith to make this beautifully improvised comedy about co-workers who flirt with taking their relationship beyond the office to the chagrin of their respective partners.
The directorial debut of the producer behind indie favorites "The Myth of the American Sleepover" and "The Freebie" proves to be every bit as accomplished in following a couple who have a harder time navigating their relationship than the wilderness.
The writer/director of the relationship drama talks about his own connection to the story of two couples who share their worst with each other while trying to make the best of their long weekend together.
A newfangled take on an entertainment capital steeped in tradition should please audiences regardless of their feelings about Branson.
The director talks about making a documentary as strong as the resolve of three Brazilian women providing for their families in the country's water slums in uncertain times.
After winning awards at SXSW and the Seattle Film Fest last year, this harrowing drama is finally hitting theaters and its director talks about her own discovery of this amazing true story.
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.