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The go to festival for new and original works coming to screens around the world in 2022 and beyond.
This year's SXSW runs from 11 to 20 March.
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- Animated Shorts Competition
- Documentary Feature Competition
- Feature Competition
- Festival Favourites
- Out of Competition
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SXSW Latest Reviews
A documentary exploring the mystery behind the infamous 1985 heist of Willem de Kooning’s seminal painting, Woman-Ochre.
A meditation on the power of sound to bend time, cross borders, and profoundly shape our perception of the world around us.
When a satellite falls from orbit and crashes into the suburban home of a dysfunctional family in Ohio, the father seizes the opportunity to fulfil his dream of becoming an astronaut by re-building it into his own rocket ship. While his wife and daughter believe he's experiencing a midlife crisis, surreal events begin to unfold around him.
Marcel, a one-inch-tall shell, lives a miniature life with his grandma Connie and their pet lint, Alan. When the trio goes viral, they get millions of fans and new hope for finding their long-lost family.
Blocked on social media and concerned for his son’s life, a father impersonates a waitress online and starts checking in with the boy. But things begin to spiral when his son falls for this imaginary girl.
A group of teenage girls living in the sleepy hamlet of Pangnirtung, Nunavut, discover an impending alien invasion and set out to defend their homeland.
An afternoon in the life of Emily, a female white supremacist and elementary school teacher.
Steve Glew spent the 1990s smuggling rare pez dispensers into the USA from Eastern Europe, making millions of dollars. It was all magical until his arch-nemesis, The Pezident decided to destroy him.
A documentary about two conservative, Christian mothers who have become fierce advocates for LGBTQ+ people—and a young lesbian whose struggle for self-acceptance exemplifies why the mama bears are so important.
After a lifetime of bus rides to the US to visit his children, Julián quietly starts building a house in rural Mexico. In filming his work, his granddaughter crafts a personal and poetic love letter to him and his homeland.
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