Two members of the Broken Lizard comedy collective break away for this amusing comedy about infertility that nearly goes off the rails.
A clever narrative feature debut from "Darkon" director Andrew Neel, this sharp, darkly funny character study of a fame-hungry teen over the course of 24 hours turns the ubiquitous nature of handheld media in on itself.
The sophomore film from the co-directors of the elegaic "45365" already found great success at SXSW, but a release beyond the festival circuit may not be in the cards unless they can clear the music rights with your help.
The trio of Boston pals talk about making their first film together, a promising debut that tells the story of a petty thief whose plans for a better life have been complicated by his brother's arrest.
A ventriloquist with an identity crisis must decide what to do when her mentor passes away and leaves behind all his puppets in this delightful doc from England.
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.
The blood spilled offscreen as well as on it for the young duo at the heart of the intense SXSW Midnighter thriller, but still they lived to tell all.
First-time filmmakers the McManus brothers show a sure hand with this comedy about altar boys with ulterior motives that's a devious delight.
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 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.
A by-the-book account of a Los Angeles-based '70s cult is transcended by their unbelievable story in this extraordinarily detailed documentary.
A lyrical nailbiter reminiscent of "Badlands," the directorial debut of Amy Seimetz holds more than its share of surprises, and while we don't spoil them, we got the director and her two leads to spill on the production.