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Austin, Texas, January 16, 2019 — South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conference and Festivals announced the features and episodic premieres lineup for the 26th edition of the Film Festival, which takes place from March 8-17, 2019 in Austin. The acclaimed program draws thousands of fans, filmmakers, press and industry leaders every year to immerse themselves in the most innovative, smart and entertaining new films of the year. Interactive, Film, and Music badges include expanded access to more of the SXSW Conference and Festivals experience. With one unified conference that spans 25 tracks of programming SXSW offers more opportunities for networking, learning, and discovery than ever before. Platinum badges give primary access to all SXSW programming. All categories, with the exception of Special Events, will be eligible for section-specific Audience Awards.

San Antonio foodies should note that director Elizabeth Carroll’s documentary, “Nothing Fancy: Read More

Richard Linklater’s latest film to open 2016 SXSW Film Festival

Director Richard Linklater and actor Ellar Coltrane shared their experiences in the making of the groundbreaking film, "Boyhood", with Friends of the LBJ Library members at the LBJ Presidential Library on April 27, 2015. The program was moderated by LBJ Library Director Mark Updegrove and welcomed by Jim Ritts, Executive Director of the Paramount Theatre. Photographer Matt Lankes signed copies of his book, "Boyhood: Twelve Years on Film," before the program with Linklater and producer Cathleen Sutherland. Photo by Lauren Gerson.
Director Richard Linklater shared his experiences about making the groundbreaking film, “Boyhood” with Friends of the LBJ Library members at the LBJ Presidential Library on April 27, 2015. (Photo by Lauren Gerson.)

Richard Linklater’s latest film, Everybody Wants Some, will open the 23rd South by Southwest® (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival on March 11, 2016. The coming-of-age comedy, directed and written by Richard Linklater, is framed by college life in the 80s. The film focuses on a group of college baseball players working their way through the new-found liberties and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood. In an interview, Mr. Linklater said this film picks up where his award-winning film Boyhood ended.

In a recent press release, SXSW organizers explained Mr. Linklater, who also founded the Austin Film Society in 1985, is a world-class filmmaker who put Austin on the map.

His credits include Slacker, Dazed and ConfusedWaking Life, … Read More

Anthony Bourdain’s BONE IN THE THROAT premieres Saturday March 14

bone in the throat

Posted by Amanda Venable

Based on celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain’s novel BONE IN THE THROAT, the film is a gritty fast- paced story about a young ambitious chef who finds himself trapped as a witness to a murder in his own kitchen. He gets pulled into the East End London mob by his Uncle who expects him to step up and join the family business. He now has to work quickly to undo his uncle’s mess, while staying alive and out of jail.

BONE IN THE THROAT was written by Graham Henman and Mark Townend and directed by Graham Henman. The film stars Ed Westwick (“Gossip Girl”), Tom Wilkinson (“Selma”, “Michael Clayton”), Andy Nyman (“Death at a Funeral”) and Vanessa Kirby (“Jupiter Ascending”). It is executive produced by Anthony Bourdain, Ron Perlman, and Jamie Donaldson, and produced by Lenny Beckerman, Maggie Monteith, and Nick Thurlow.  It runs for 96
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“CHEF” serves up warm delights at SXSW 2014


At the movies with Covo & Covo

In almost every issue, we screen and review a film related to food. For our reviews on current feature films, check www.EdibleSA.com and sign up for the free Edible SA newsletter, which premieres in August.

By Angela Covo and Frederic Covo

Jon Favreau, writer, director and lead in the new film “Chef,” gets back to his cinematic roots and serves up a delicious indie based on an idea “that hit me all at once.”

“And then I wrote this thing (I have a lot of really, really good 8-page scripts, by the way). I didn’t want to lose the scent, I was tracking it like a creature in the woods — and in less than a couple of weeks it was written,” he shared.

After a couple of huge films (think Ironman), the friendly, easygoing filmmaker said the landscape is ripe for doing … Read More