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  1. The Heart Machine: SXSW Review

    5:00 pm 3/8/2014

    Zachary Wigon's debut explores deception in the age of online dating.Read more

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  2. Patrick's Day: SXSW Review

    4:41 pm 3/8/2014

    Moe Dunford plays a schizophrenic man struggling after his first sexual experience.Read more

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  3. Big Significant Things: SXSW Review

    3:55 pm 3/8/2014

    Harry Lloyd plays a young man on the run from big decisions.Read more

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  4. SXSW: Seth Meyers Checks in on 'Late Night'

    3:55 pm 3/8/2014

    The NBC host joined producer Mike Shoemaker and actress Olivia Munn for a discussion about his first few weeks on the job. Read more

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  5. SXSW: Nate Silver and Bill Simmons Reveal How ESPN Won FiveThirtyEight

    3:50 pm 3/8/2014

    From how the New York Times dropped the ball on the deal to Bill Simmons’ dad chatting with Silver at the NBA Finals, the pair dished on the process at SXSW.Read more

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  6. SXSW: Neil DeGrasse Tyson Says 'Cosmos' Shows a Hunger for Science

    3:12 pm 3/8/2014

    The astrophysicist spoke about the Fox series during his keynote speech in Austin. Read more

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  7. SXSW: Stars of 'Neighbors' Get Laughs During Facebook Live Chat

    2:28 pm 3/8/2014

    The film, starring Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne as a young couple suffering from arrested development, will make its world debut in Austin. Read more

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  8. Premature: SXSW Review

    10:43 am 3/8/2014

    Dan Beers riffs on Harold Ramis in a sex-centric take on "Groundhog Day."Read more

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  9. SXSW: Marc Webb 'Embraced the Spectacular' for 'Spider-Man 2'

    10:18 am 3/8/2014

    And don't worry about villain overcrowding: "Paul [Giamatti] is in the movie for four minutes," the director said at Saturday's keynote.Read more

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  10. SXSW: Julian Assange Says Living in Ecuadorian Embassy Is 'Like Prison'

    10:03 am 3/8/2014

    The WikiLeaks founder spoke with Benjamin Palmer of the The Barbarian Group via Skype from London to discuss security and Internet privacy. Read more

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