South By Southwest 2007 video coverage

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Music day 4
Our coverage of SXSW wraps with clips from some of the many musical acts at this year's event, as well as some thoughts from Paul Simonon, Simon Tong and Damon Albarn of The Good, The Bad & The Queen.


Music day 3
KCRW's Nic Harcourt talks the about the evolution of the music portion of South by Southwest and what bands get out of attrending Among the bands offering their viewpoint today are Albert Hammond Jr. of The Strokes (and the band's manager, Ryan Gentles), Erika Foster of Au Revoir Simone and Billy Crooked of The Vacancies.


Music day 2
More musicians share their hopes and plans for South By Southwest, including Grace Potter and Scott Tournet of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Matt Tong of Bloc Party and Megan Hickey of The Last Town Chorus. Plus, highlights of a performance by Pete Townsend.


Music day 1
The South By Southwest festival shifted gears Wednesday to the music half of the event, which draws major-label hopefuls from around the world. Among those on-hand, and on-camera, were Nik Armstrong and Glynn Wedgewood of IV Thieves, Rachel Cox and Claudia Mogel of Oakley Hall, Rachel Smith and Robbie Overbey of Looker and musician Joseph Israel.


Film day 4
Mike Knowles, director of "Does Your Soul Have a Cold" director Mike Knowles, "Everything's Gone Green" writer Doug Coupland and "Honeydripper" filmmaker John Sayles and producer Maggie Renzie discuss bringing their films to SXSW, with Independent Film Channel's Evan Shapiro on the dynamic for film buyers.


Film day 3
The top of religion takes center stage today as "Audience of One" director Michael Jacobs, "Fall From Grace" director Ryan Jones and "What Would Jesus Buy?" director Rob VanAlkemade and producer Morgan Spurlock discuss their projects unspooling at SXSW.


Film day 2
As the festival continues, "Monkey Warfare" director Reginald Harkema, "Frownland" director Ronald Bronstein, "Pretty in the Face" director Nate Meyer discuss their films. In other coverage, Magnolia Films' Eamonn Bowles discusses acquisition activity and spotting new talent, and Current TV's Jason Meil and Think Film's Erin Owens discuss how they shop the fest.


Film day 1
"Elvis & Anabelle" producers Nick Quested and Carolyn Pfeiffer and "The Lookout" writer-director Scott Frank and actress Carla Gugino talk about what makes SXSW such a popular event, and Bill Paxton votes Austin a better party town than Park City.

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