Tag Archives: SXSW
Screening at SXSW on Saturday, the film's Cold War-era footage never feels distant — perhaps because both careless stewardship of the bomb and surreal official propaganda seem to be making a comeback.
When Jayne Loader was a child growing up in 1950s and ’60s Fort Worth, she lived across the street from E.O. “Soapy” Gillam, the “bomb shelter king of N...Read More
A new documentary on the 2003 Baylor athletics scandal sheds light on just how fleeting institutional memory can be. ...Read More
"The Work" raises important questions about masculinity and violence, but the film’s ties to a controversial men’s movement cloud the picture....Read More
The everyday struggles of a San Antonio abortion clinic services director are at the heart of the acclaimed documentary 'Trapped.'
San Antonio clinic director Marva Sadler is at the center of an acclaimed new documentary tracking anti-abortion laws' effects on providers and patients....Read More
As Texans hotly debate the impact of looser gun restrictions, the new documentary 'Tower' looks back at one of the first mass shootings in the country....Read More
At SXSW, advocates say Texas lawmakers could add some financial cushioning to the budget by legalizing — and taxing — marijuana.
At SXSW, advocates say Texas lawmakers could add some financial cushioning to the budget by legalizing — and taxing — marijuana....Read More
The film touches on the effects of Austin's economic boom, but focuses on the music that made the Broken Spoke famous.
A music documentary that touches on the effects of Austin's economic boom, 'Honky Tonk Heaven' is historical and cultural preservation through film....Read More
Film students and "Slacker" fans alike will appreciate Louis Black's new film about Richard Linklater, a kind of "love song" in documentary form....Read More
The former Texas state senator says her new venture, Deeds Not Words, will provide a "toolkit" for millennial women to tackle economic and social change....Read More