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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. Did Twitter Pay for Placement in Jon Favreau's 'Chef'? The Director Says No

    7:23 am 3/8/2014

    Tweet "thought bubbles" pop up in clusters above the characters, as little bird logos fly off in every direction.Read more

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  5. Chef: SXSW Review

    10:25 pm 3/7/2014

    Jon Favreau gets personal again in a film about a chef whipping his life back together.Read more

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  6. The Infinite Man: SXSW Review

    8:54 pm 3/7/2014

    Hugh Sullivan's debut features a man wooing his girlfriend via paradox-laden time travel.Read more

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  7. Thank You a Lot: SXSW Review

    6:25 pm 3/7/2014

    Real-world country singer James Hand plays himself in Matt Muir's debut feature.Read more

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  8. SXSW: YouTube's Grace Helbig and Tyler Oakley Talk Building Audiences, Give Advice

    4:05 pm 3/7/2014

    Bravo's Andy Cohen sat down with BuzzFeed's Ze Frank and YouTube stars Tyler Oakley and Grace Helbig for a "Watch What Happens Live"-style conversation. Read more

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  9. SXSW: Austin Kleon Asks 'Is SXSW Over?' During Keynote Address

    12:35 pm 3/7/2014

    The Austin resident and best-selling author opened SXSW Interactive on March 7. Read more

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  10. SXSW: 'Mateo' Tells the Tale of the World's Unlikeliest Mariachi

    12:18 pm 3/7/2014

    Matthew Stoneman learned to love Mexican folk music while doing prison time for a record store robbery.Read more

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