The "Period. End of Sentence" filmmakers talk about their new ride to remember with champion mutton buster Marlie McDonald.
A profile of Del Close, the godfather of improv comedy, shares a spark of creativity with its subject.
A friendship that's so sweet on the surface quickly turns sour in this comedy short about a most curious pajama party.
For a company that found success getting real with games like "Mortal Kombat" and "NBA Jam," this candid history is an appropriate tribute.
SXSW 2020 Review: The Uneasy Process of Grieving is Elegantly Aired Out in Katrine Philp’s “Beautiful Something Left Behind”
A deeply humane film about how the young process grief allows older audiences to understand what they're going through.
The shine wears off in interesting ways in this drama about a young woman who starts to see the world differently.
SXSW 2020 Interview: Geeta Gandbhir on Capturing a Place That Can Never Be Called Home with “Call Center Blues”
The director talks about placing audiences in the unsettled space of recent deportees attempting to find their footing in their new lives in...
SXSW 2020 Interview: Alexis Manya Spraic on Preserving the Mystery of the Magic Castle in “M for Magic”
The filmmaker talks about the fantastic story of the family responsible for the amazing staying power of an institution where things disappe...
The data analyst-turned-director talks about how a variety of different life experiences led to putting her formative years in perspective i...
SXSW 2020 Review: A Wakaliwood Filmmaker Achieves Some Truly Special Effects in “Once Upon a Time in Uganda”
After all the wild and crazy films that Isaac Nabwana has made, his life story may exceed them.