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  1. Soul Boys of the Western World: SXSW Review

    12:15 pm 3/12/2014

    Following the premiere of George Hencken's archival documentary charting the evolution of Spandau Ballet, the '80s Brit band is set to perform its first U.S. gig in 28 years at SXSW.Read more

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  2. SXSW: Snoop Dogg on 'Take Me to the River': 'I Laughed and I Cried'

    10:26 am 3/12/2014

    The Martin Shore-directed film honors the Memphis music tradition by pairing elder musicians with young rap and rock artists.Read more

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  3. SXSW: Coldplay and Imagine Dragons Kick Off iTunes Festival

    10:50 pm 3/11/2014

    "We’ve been away a long time and I can’t think of a better place to come back into the world," Coldplay’s Chris Martin told fans on Tuesday night at South By Southwest."Read more

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  4. Doc of the Dead: SXSW Review

    4:32 pm 3/11/2014

    Alexandre O. Philippe offers a little of everything for zombie lovers.Read more

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  5. SXSW: 'Fort Tilden,' 'The Great Invisible' Take Top Awards

    3:43 pm 3/11/2014

    "Animals," "10,000KM (Long Distance)," "Vessel" and "Print the Legend" were all recognized with special jury prizes.Read more

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  6. Beginning With the End: SXSW Review

    3:43 pm 3/11/2014

    A volunteer program sends teens to work in hospices in David Marshall's doc.Read more

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  7. The Great Invisible: SXSW Review

    2:54 pm 3/11/2014

    Margaret Brown looks at the aftermath of BP's Deepwater Horizon oil spill.Read more

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  8. Open Windows: SXSW Review

    12:55 pm 3/11/2014

    Elijah Wood plays a website operator manipulated by a master hacker into tormenting Sasha GreyRead more

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  9. American Interior: SXSW Review

    12:08 pm 3/11/2014

    This playful, poetic, surreal documentary follows musician Gruff Rhys across America in the footsteps of a fabled Welsh explorer.Read more

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  10. 'Take Me to the River' Trailer

    11:44 am 3/11/2014

    Martin Shore's documentary following numerous generations of musician from the Memphis and Mississippi Delta area. The film features Snoop Dogg, Terrence Howard, William Bell, Mavis Staples and Otis Clay and many more. Read more

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