by Rebecca Pahle | 5:00 pm, March 13th, 2013
by Rebecca Pahle | 2:30 pm, March 10th, 2013
We’ve already shown you two pieces from Mondo’s Game of Thrones exhibit, which opened on Friday to coincide with the start of SXSW. And now we have ten more examples of awesome Game of Thrones art you could be seeing if you happened to be in Austin right now. Which I am not. Not that I’m bitter or anything.READ MORE
by Jill Pantozzi | 2:22 pm, March 8th, 2013
Austin’s Mondo art gallery is putting on a Game of Thrones exhibition at South by Southwest with HBO and are soon to reveal eight new posters inspired by the show. My mouth is hanging open after looking at this first one, another, featuring Jon Snow and Ghost is after the jump.READ MORE
by Jill Pantozzi | 6:00 pm, February 2nd, 2013
Troll 2 actor and director of Best Worst Movie, a documentary about Troll 2, Michael Paul Stephenson, has produced a South by Southwest comedy entry called Zero Charisma. Directed by Katie Graham and Andrew Matthews, with a script by Matthews, the trailer seems to have a stereotypical view of a game master and his roleplaying crew. But will the film turn into something more? Give it a watch and let us know your first impressions.
by Jill Pantozzi | 5:03 pm, March 13th, 2012
by Jamie Frevele | 10:58 am, February 21st, 2012
The South by Southwest festival — better known as SXSW — is quickly approaching, and just one movie being shown at the Austin, Texas gathering of talented and creative types is the documentary Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines, about female superheroes and how much they’ve been overlooked. Produced by Kristy Guevara-Flanagan and Kelcey Edwards, the film features commentary by such influential women in feminism and creative fields such as Gloria Steinem, Shelby Knox, and Lynda Carter. You’ll want to see the trailer, and good news! It’s after the jump, plus more excited news about the film.READ MORE
by Jamie Frevele | 1:15 pm, March 16th, 2011
At SXSW, filmmakers are given the opportunity to create shorts that run before screenings, usually comedic. This is director Joe Nicolosi‘s live action, moody re-imagining of Super Mario Bros., which should make up for that other live action Super Mario Bros. movie that the world would really rather forget. I always knew Bowser was nothing but hipster scum. See all of Nicolosi’s bumpers here.
by Susana Polo | 9:33 am, March 15th, 2011