Austin, Texas is the place to be this spring if you want the chance to catch first sight of some of the exciting titles that will be doing the festival circuit over the year to come. Texas itself features quite a bit, but there are also films from around the world, including a particularly impressive selection of documentaries. Taking place alongside the famous music festival of the same name, SXSW is strong on musical themes.

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Sasquatch Sunset
Sasquatch Sunset
A year in the life of a singular family.
The Queen Of My Dreams
The Queen Of My Dreams
Against the backdrop of a shared obsession with Bollywood fantasy, Mariam, a Pakistani Muslim woman, and her Canadian-born daughter Azra come of age in two different eras.
Toll
Toll
Suellen, a toll booth attendant, realises she can use her job to raise some extra money illegally. But this is only for a noble cause: to send her son to an expensive gay conversion workshop led by a renowned foreign priest.
Transylvanie
Transylvanie
A bullied ten-year-old on a French housing estate endeavours to fulfil her destiny as a vampire.
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