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  1. 'Everybody Wants Some': SXSW Review

    6:30 pm 3/11/2016

    More than two decades after his classic high-school film 'Dazed and Confused,' Richard Linklater goes to college in this comedy that premiered at SXSW.Read more

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  2. 'Silicon Cowboys': SXSW Review

    5:33 pm 3/11/2016

    An upstart Texas company sells the world on mobile computing.Read more

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  3. Louis Meyers, SXSW Co-Founder, Dies

    1:54 pm 3/11/2016

    He was part of the original team that birthed SXSW out of New York's New Music Seminar.Read more

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  4. SXSW: 'A Song For You: The Austin City Limits Story' Debuts Poster (Exclusive Image)

    8:13 am 3/11/2016

    The doc about the longest-running music show in TV history will have its world premiere on Thursday, March 17 in Austin.Read more

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  5. SXSW: Obama Calls for Tech Industry to Join With Government to Solve Problems

    6:04 am 3/11/2016

    "The reason I’m here really is to recruit all of you," the President said at the Long Center for Performing Arts on the first day of the Austin-based festival.Read more

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  6. SXSW: How the Fest Landed President Obama

    5:00 am 3/11/2016

    Obama is the first sitting president to speak at SXSW since it launched 30 years ago.Read more

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  7. SXSW Film Preview: Buzzy Studio Fare and Austin Indie Favorites to Collide

    11:38 am 3/8/2016

    SXSW film head Janet Pierson talks to THR about fest highlights, ranging from Richard Linkater and Jeff Nichols' latest pics to 'Keanu.'Read more

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  8. SXSW: J.K. Simmons Eyes a Heckled Hero in 'And Punching the Clown' (Exclusive Video)

    10:04 am 3/8/2016

    The film follows Henry Phillips as a comedian-songwriter who is lured to LA by renowned TV producer who hopes to create a television series about the life of a struggling performer.Read more

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  9. SXSW: 'Beware the Slenderman' Doc Director Says 'the Internet is Not the Enemy Here' (Q&A)

    2:22 pm 3/7/2016

    "I think with a story that is this tragic, you want to blame someone or something," says director Irene Taylor Brodsky, who followed the true story of two 12-year-old girls who stabbed their friend and left her for dead based on an internet meme.Read more

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  10. What to See at SXSW: Netflix's 'Pee-wee' Film, Richard Linklater's 'Boyhood' Follow-Up

    5:00 am 3/4/2016

    A springboard for last year's 'Spy,' 'Trainwreck' and 'Mr. Robot,' the Austin festival will have TV, music and tech vying for similar attention.Read more

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