I'm still down in Austin for the last few days of SXSW. We've had three stellar screenings, and have two more (including a bonus screening just added yesterday due to popular demand). I've also eaten guacamole, tacos and salsa and chips for 70% of my meals. That is a fact.
If you're interested in seeing Girl Walk down at SXSW and don't have a badge, email me at email@example.com and I can get you a ticket.
- Tonight, 3/15 at Alamo Village, 9:30 p.m.
- Tomorrow, 3/16 at the Vimeo Theater 9:30 p.m. (in the Austin Convention Center)
Trash Dance -- choreographer Allison Orr teaches the sanitation workers of Austin, TX to make their machines dance. (I cried for 2/3 of this movie).
Gayby -- gay man has baby with straight best friend. Funny, and by Brooklynite Jonathan Lisecki.
Uprising: Hip Hop + the LA Riots -- a look back at the Rodney King beating and how the LA riots coincided with the changing world of hip hop born out of South Central LA.
Youth Lagoon -- 22 year old Trevor Powers does it awesome.
Father John Misty (i.e. former Fleet Foxes member J. Tillman) -- liked his recordings but live performance attitude was pretty sarcastic and disappointing.
Razika -- fun, high energy, all - female Norwegian ska-punk band.
I've been fairly camera-less in Austin, but have a huge backlog of West Coast and Northeast pictures; these are from our drive down Highway 1 from SF to LA.