Richard Linklater's next film Everybody Wants Some, which has been promised as a "spiritual sequel" to Dazed and Confused, will be the opening night film of the South by Southwest Film Festival on March 11, 2016.
Richard Linklater's new film Everybody Wants Some, which has been billed as a "spiritual sequel" to Dazed and Confused, will premiere March 11th, 2016 as the opening night film of the 23rd South by Southwest Film Conference, The New York Times reports. Linklater wrote and directed Everybody Wants Some, which is set in the...
The spiritual sequel to Dazed and Confused stays home in Austin, Texas.
Appropriately for the Austin cultural festival, South By Southwest 2016 will open with the world premiere of Richard Linklater’s new comedy Everybody Wants Some. Written and directed by Linklater, the film (formerly titled That’s What...Show More Summary
This morning the organizers of the annual South By Southwest (SXSW) Music Conference announced a massive round of acts slated to perform at the event, which takes place March 11-20 in Austin, Texas. Check out the huge roster of performers...Show More Summary
Funny Bunny premired at the 2015 South by Southwest Film Festival and follows Titty (Olly), an emotionally arrested 19-year-old who has successfully sued his own father to win back a large inheritance. Titty encounters Gene (Kentucker...Show More Summary
By Michael Lanza A vast sea of liquid glass spread out before us as we aimed our kayaks out into Milford Sound, a 4,000-foot-deep fjord in Fiordland National Park, on the southwest coast of New Zealand’s South Island. A thick … Continue reading ?
BuzzFeed said it would only come back to the South by Southwest festival panel roster if organizers put online harassment back on the agenda, and it's making good on its word. The web firm tells Recode that it's returning to SXSW 2016's lineup now that the event has instituted a day-long Online Harassment Summit. Show More Summary
The Texas driver who killed four people when he plowed into a crowd at the South by Southwest Music Festival will spend the rest of his life behind bars.A Travis County jury found Rashad Owens guilty Friday of capital murder, which carries an automatic sentence of life in prison without the possibility of parole. Show More Summary
A jury on Friday found a driver guilty of capital murder in a crash that killed four people last year at the South by Southwest festival in Austin. Authorities said the crash happened after Rashad Owens fled police during an attempted midnight traffic stop and accelerated through the festival crowd....
Rashad Owens, 23, was intoxicated when he struck a crowd attending South by Southwest in Austin last year. He was found guilty of capital murder, which brings a prison sentence of life without parole.
A jury on Friday found a driver guilty of capital murder in a crash that killed four people last year at the South by Southwest festival in Austin. The Austin American-Statesman reports the Travis County jury returned with the verdict against 23-year-old Rashad Owens after a little more than three...
killed four peopleRashad Owens, the man who killed four people as he drove his car his into a group of people during South by Southwest in 2014, will spend the rest of his life in prison. A Travis County jury found the 23-year-old guilty of capital murder Friday, according to...
A man charged with killing four people by plowing his car into a crowd at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival last year was found guilty of capital murder by a Texas jury on Friday and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Show More Summary
June 1938. "Railroad tracks in Southwestern New Mexico." 4x5 nitrate negative by Dorothea Lange for the Resettlement Administration. View full size.
The man accused of murdering four people when he rammed a car through a crowd at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival last year acted maliciously and with abandon, a prosecutor said in opening statements of the suspect's trial on Monday. Show More Summary
South by Southwest (SXSW), the popular Austin, Texas–based annual event for music, film and digital culture and technology, has reinstated the two panels on harassment in the gaming industry originally canceled over safety concerns. The cancellation of the panels—titled “SavePoint: A Discussion on...
"Earlier this week we made a mistake," South by Southwest acknowledged in a public statement Friday. The festival of film, music and interactive media held in Austin, Texas, has officially responded to its decision to cut panels related to diversity in the gaming community. In an effort to make...
Amid boycott threats from two major media outlets, the director of the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas, acknowledged Friday that he made a mistake by caving to Internet trolls and canceling two scheduled panels about online harassment in the gaming community. Show More Summary
South by Southwest organizers earned the ire of the internet this week after canceling two panels aimed at addressing online harassment and "GamerGate" culture in the video game industry. SXSW canceled the discussions because it received...Show More Summary