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SXSW 2016

‘Accidental Courtesy: Daryl Davis, Race & America’: SXSW Review

Meet the black musician who counts high-ranking Klansmen among his close friends.

‘The Bandit’: SXSW Review

'The Overnighters' director Jesse Moss turns to a lighter subject.

‘Thank You Del: The Story of the Del Close Marathon’: SXSW Review

See how the Upright Citizens Brigade celebrates the legacy of one of comedy's least-known, most influential figures.

‘Slash’: SXSW Review

Two teens enter the "adult" world of writing pornographic fan-fiction.

‘And Punching the Clown’: SXSW Review

Can Henry Phillips ride failure all the way to the top?

‘Honky Tonk Heaven: Legend of the Broken Spoke’: SXSW Review

Come have a Lone Star at one of the last great two-steppin' joints.

SXSW: Gunshots Fired in Downtown Austin During Festival

The shots sent a large crowd running in panic near a restaurant where a local rock band was playing a free show.

Critic’s Picks: The 5 Best Films of SXSW 2016

THR film critic John DeFore ranks his five faves from the fest, including Richard Linklater's latest, a doc examining America's first campus massacre, and a cartoon from Seth Rogen…

SXSW: ‘Transpecos,’ ‘Tower’ Take Audience Awards

Jean-Marc Vallée's 'Demolition' also received an honor.

Why Paul Reubens Is Returning to Pee-Wee Herman After 30 Years (Q&A)

"It's a little bittersweet that [the SXSW] audience is among a very, very tiny number of audiences who are going to be full audiences for it," says Reubens of the Netflix release.

‘Transpecos’: SXSW Review

Three border patrolmen have a deadly encounter with a Mexican drug cartel.