The 2019 SXSW Film Festival wrapped on Saturday, bringing to a close a festival that boasted 60 percent of female-directed films screening in competition and taking home a number of major awards.
Director Jenna Ricker's inspiring documentary Qualified is a testament to the sheer will and courage of race car driver Janet Guthrie.
Director Aaron Kunkel's documentary The Boy Band Con: The Lou Pearlman Story is a humanizing portrait of a music mogul who seemed to be pure evil to many.
Netflix’s latest original movie The Highwaymen packs in the star power but does it live up to the thrilling tale of the hunt for Bonnie and Clyde?
Director Olivia Wilde's Booksmart is an endearing teen break-up and coming-of-age film rolled into one.
Director Amy C. Elliott examines the Yellowknife tradition of scavenging the local garbage dump in her new documentary Salvage, which just had its SXSW premiere.
Brent Hodge's documentary Who Let The Dogs Out examines not only what makes a hit song a hit song, but what makes us human.