An examination of acting and the sacrifices required, featuring Frances Mc Dormand, Melissa Leo, Tyne Daly, Valerie Harper and others.
(World Premiere)‘Twinsters’ Directors: Samantha Futerman, Ryan Miyamoto Imagine there was someone out there who you'd never met, looked exactly like you and was born on your birthday.
(World Premiere)‘The Final Girls’ Director: Todd Strauss-Schulson, Screenwriters: M. Fortin, Joshua John Miller Max and her friends are mysteriously transported into a famous 1980s horror movie that starred Max's mother, a celebrated scream queen.
Reunited, they team up to fight the film's maniacal killer and find their way back home.
And there are big Hollywood films I’m looking forward to as well, ‘Get Hard’ with Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart, ‘Spy’ with Melissa Mc Carthy and Jason Statham, and ‘Judd Apatow’s ‘Trainwreck’ starring Amy Schumer.
And then on top of that there’s, oh I don’t know, 50 more movies that sound amazing. SXSW 2015 runs March 13 through 21 in Austin, Texas.
‘7 Days in Hell’ is described as “a fictional documentary-style expose on the rivalry between two tennis stars who battled it out in a 1999 match that lasted seven days” and stars Andy Samberg, Kit Harrington, Will Forte, Lena Dunham, Fred Armisen, John Mc Enroe, and Serena Williams.
She stirs the pain of past betrayals but might also offer an unforeseen gift: a way out of their isolating grief.
(World Premiere)‘Sweaty Betty’ Directors/Screenwriters: Joseph Frank, Zachary Reed On the border of Washington DC, two stories of big dreams take place – a family is determined to turn their 1000 pound pig into the Redskins’ football team mascot, and two teenage fathers scheme a better life for themselves and their children.
When we’re not busy gorging ourselves on barbecue, the Screen Crush team will be covering as much of this as we possibly can.
Here’s the full lineup: Director/Screenwriter: Hannah Fidell A young couple bound by a seemingly ideal love begins to unravel as unexpected opportunities spin them down a volatile and violent path and threaten the future they had always imagined.