SXSW Film Preview

Posted in Film, SXSW
By Sam Bathe on 28 Feb 2014

With the reputation of the Film Festival quickly catching up with SXSW Music, this year boasts as stellar a line-up as they’ve ever had. With Jon Favreau’s Chefplaying on opening night, the out of competition films include some big names.

The line-up includes Jason Bateman’s directorial debut, crude spelling bee comedy Bad Words Richard Linklater’s 12-year epic Boyhood, the Zellner brothers’ Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter and Sundance favourite Obvious Child. Plus of course, Vergonica Mars and action sequel The Raid 2.

In competition there are a lot of hot properties competing for the crown. From teen comedy Premature, moody drama The Wilderness of James and quirky Brooklyn movie Fort Tilden, to Aussie comedy The Mule, hotly-tipped drama Before I Disappear and tennis comedy Break Point.

While the Midnighters line-up includes intriging thriller 13 Sins, camping horror Exists and newlywed thriller Honeymoon, plus much more.

SXSW Film hits Austin from March 7th-15th, we’ll be at the festival so check back then for reviews and much more.

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