THIS WEEK'S FILM EVENTS

All times are subject to change!! Please check them beforehand!
 
 
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Wednesday at 7pm
The Paramount Theatre
 
Tuesday at 7pm
Thursday at 9:35pm
The Stateside Theatre
 
Wednesday at 9:25pm
The Paramount Theatre
 
Wednesday at 9:15pm
Thursday at 7:15pm
The Stateside Theatre
 
Thursday at 7pm
The Paramount Theatre
 
Saturday at 1pm
The Paramount Theatre

Saturday at 4pm
The Stateside Theatre
 
Saturday
 at 6:20pm
The Stateside Theatre 

 

Sunday
 at 7pm
The Stateside Theatre

 

AUSTIN FILM SOCIETY SCREENINGS:

AFS Screening Room
1901 E. 51st St.
 
WORKING GIRLS (1931)
Tuesday at 7:30pm
Sunday at 4pm
AFS at the Marchesa
6226 Middle Fiskville Rd.
 
AFS Screening Room
1901 E. 51st St.
 
AFS at the Marchesa
6226 Middle Fiskville Rd.
 
AFS at the Marchesa
6226 Middle Fiskville Rd.

AFS at the Marchesa
6226 Middle Fiskville Rd.
 

 

 
Wednesday at 9pm
 
Thursday at 9pm

  

 
TERROR TUESDAY GOES
Tuesday at 9:35pm
Alamo Drafthouse Ritz
 
Wednesday at 10pm
Alamo Drafthouse Ritz
 
Fri. & Sat. at 7pm & 10pm
Alamo Drafthouse Ritz
 
ACTION PACK
Saturday at 10:15pm
Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter
 
Tues. - Thurs. at 9:40am
Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar
June 26th - July 2nd at 10am
Alamo Drafthouse Village
Friday at 9:50pm
Alamo Drafthouse Village
 
ALAMO KIDS CAMP
Tues. - Thurs. at 9:45am
Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter
Sat. - Tues. at 9:30am
Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar
 
ALAMO KIDS CAMP
Tues. at 9:45am, Wed. at 9:20am
Thurs. at 10am
Alamo Drafthouse Village
Fri. - Mon. at 9:40am
Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline
 
ALAMO KIDS CAMP
Tues. - Thurs. at 9:55am
Alamo Drafthouse Lakeline
Fri. - Tues. at 10am
Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter
 
Saturday at 12:45pm
Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar

 

SXSW 2015 Film Award Winners Print E-mail

Feature Film Jury Awards

NARRATIVE FEATURE COMPETITION

Grand Jury Winner: KRISHA
Director: Trey Edward Shults

Special Jury Recognition for Visual Excellence: Creative Control
Director: Benjamin Dickinson

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE COMPETITION

Grand Jury Winner: Peace Officer
Directors: Scott Christopherson, Brad Barber

Special Jury Recognition for Directing: A Woman Like Me
Directors: Alex Sichel, Elizabeth Giamatti

Special Jury Recognition for Editing: Twinsters
Editor: Jeff Consiglio

 

Short Film Jury Awards

NARRATIVE SHORTS
Jury Award Winner: Pink Grapefruit
Director: Michael Mohan

Special Jury Recognition: Share
Director: Pippa Bianco

DOCUMENTARY SHORTS
Jury Award Winner: Boxeadora
Director: Meg Smaker

MIDNIGHT SHORTS
Jury Award Winner: Kiss Kiss Fingerbang
Director: Gillian Wallace Horvat

ANIMATED SHORTS
Jury Award Winner: World of Tomorrow
Director: Don Hertzfeldt

Special Jury Recognition: teeth
Directors: Daniel Gray, Tom Brown

MUSIC VIDEOS
Jury Award Winner: Paolo Nutini - “Iron Sky”
Director: Daniel Wolfe

Special Jury Recognition: DJ Snake featuring Lil’ Jon - "Turn Down for What"
Director: DANIELS

TEXAS SHORTS
Jury Award Winner: The Samaritans
Director: John Bryant

TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL SHORTS
Jury Award Winner: It's A Thing
Directors: Meredith Morran, Sage McCommas

 

SXSW Film Design Awards

EXCELLENCE IN POSTER DESIGN
Jury Award Winner: Manson Family Vacation
Designer: Yen Tan

Special Jury Recognition: The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson
Designer: Jonny Halifax

EXCELLENCE IN TITLE DESIGN
Jury Award Winner: Manhattan
Designer: Dan Gregoras for Imaginary Forces

Special Jury Recognition: The Fitzroy
Designers: Chris Tozer, Marko Anstice

 

SXSW Special Awards

SXSW Gamechanger Award
Winner: Yvonne Kerékgyártó, Free Entry

Louis Black “Lone Star” Award
Winner: Western
Directors: Bill Ross, Turner Ross

Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellowship
Presented to: Anna Gustavi

 

SXSW Film 2015 Audience Award Winners

24 Beats Per Second: Landfill Harmonic
Directors: Brad Allgood, Graham Townsley

Narrative Spotlight: The Little Death
Director: Josh Lawson

Documentary Feature Competition: Peace Officer
Directors: Scott Christopherson, Brad Barber

Festival Favorites: The Look Of Silence
Director: Joshua Oppenheimer

Narrative Feature Competition: KRISHA
Director: Trey Edward Shults

Documentary Spotlight: A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story
Director: Sara Hirsh Bordo

Visions: Uncle Kent 2
Director: Todd Rohal

Episodic: Mr. Robot
Creator/Showrunner/Executive Producer: Sam Esmail

SXGlobal: Kings of Nowhere
Director: Betzabé García

Midnighters: Turbo Kid
Director: RKSS Collective

Headliners: Hello, My Name is Doris
Director: Michael Showalter

Poster Design Audience Award Winner: Pink Grapefruit
Designer: Simon Dargan for Mustaa Luntaa

Title Design Audience Award Winner: The Fitzroy
Designers: Chris Tozer and Marko Anstice

 
SXSW: Spy Print E-mail

By JJ Pollack

She's back, guys! Melissa McCarthy is at the height of her career. What better to add to her line of credits than with reteaming with Bridesmaids Director, Paul Feig, who puts her front and center this time to follow her antics as a CIA agent and mock the spy genre in this action/comedy film.

In Spy, Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) starts out a CIA analyst who has a desk job. She assists her partner, Bradley Fine, in his missions. When Fine ends up missing and the bad guys end up knowing the names and descriptions of all the CIA field agents, there's only one thing left to do. Put Cooper out in the field undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer.

You know what you are going to get with McCarthy in Spy. There's a few fat jokes here and there, but just when you think the script is going to poke fun of Cooper being an unlikely spy, it shows that she is smarter than your average spy and knows how to defend herself. Some of the hilarious moments come from each time she is figured out, she has to change her undercover costume as you can see above. There's really heart at the core of the story. Everyone is excellently cast, especially Miranda Hart. You may know her from the BBC series, Miranda, or Call The Midwife, but she makes a worthy partner to McCarthy.

 
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