Lewis Del Mar was set to perform at the Pandora Stage in The Gatsby toward the end of the third day of SXSW Music Festival.
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If you go on Google and search “gold music band,” you’ll find bands called GOLD, Gold, Band of Gold and several others if you scroll through the first couple pages. That’s why the Milwaukee-based band GGOOLLDD doubled every letter and made it all-caps.
Milwaukee band GGOOLLDD will perform at the Majestic Theatre this fall.
Workplace comedies have become a massive hit in television. From “The Office” to “Parks and Recreation,” there is something hilarious that can be drawn from the mundanities of typical office life.
Six years after his film “Kill List” premiered here, director Ben Wheatley returns to SXSW with his film “Free Fire.” The film focuses on a group of criminals who meet to broker a gun sale in a large warehouse.
From left: Ben Wheatley, Sharlto Copley and Armie Hammer attended the premiere of "Free Fire" at SXSW.
With the music section of SXSW officially underway, musicians have already started bringing their A-game across the gorgeous city of Austin, Texas.
“Game of Thrones” creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss made first-time appearances at SXSW this week to discuss their popular show. They were joined on stage by “GoT” stars Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner, who play Arya and Sansa Stark, respectively. The two women served as moderators for the talk, asking Benioff and Weiss several behind-the-scenes questions regarding the show.
Lee Daniels, director of “Monster’s Ball,” “Precious” and “The Butler,” as well as co-creator of Fox’s hit television series, ”Empire,” gave an inspiring, personal keynote on Sunday.
Fresh off the successes of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” director Gareth Edwards hosted a SXSW keynote to discuss how he got his start in filmmaking.
The Griswolds performed both newer and older tracks from their album during their sold-out show.
Immediately as the four-piece band stepped onto the stage and dove into their set, you wouldn’t realize that The Griswolds’ indie rock beats originated 9,000 miles away in Sydney, Australia.This did not stop them from kicking off the night like it was 1999, as lead vocalist Chris Whitehall said.
Sunday night kicked off with “Atomic Blonde,” a film based on the graphic novel, “The Coldest City.” Set in Berlin before the collapse of the Berlin Wall, the film stars Charlize Theron as Lorraine Broughton, an MI6 agent who teams up with Berlin spy David Percival, played by James McAvoy, to take down a group of spies who assassinated an undercover agent.
On Sunday, James Franco premiered one of the wackiest comedies with “The Disaster Artist.” The film is inspired by the real-life 2003 independent film, “The Room,” that gained a massive cult following for being known as the worst film ever made.
From Left: David Benioff, D.B. Weiss, Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner discuss the behind-the-scenes details of "Game of Thrones."
Spring break is great because you can do a lot of great things during spring break: Break up with significant otherGet back with significant otherSpend time with high school friendsIgnore high school friendsSpend time with familyIgnore familySit alone watching Netflix, wondering if you should spend time with your high school friends or family, or maybe get back with your significant otherGo on a road tripComplain about how short spring break isEveryone knows that option #8 is the best option.
Walking down State Street, it is easy to become distracted by the many flashing signs, cries from the street corners or the stunning view of the Capitol in the distance. Amidst all the clutter, tucked between the Asian Kitchen and Pita Pit, is Four-Star Video Cooperative.
Netflix’s “Win It All” is a small film with a simple premise and a surprisingly large amount of charm.
“American Gods” was the first screening I attended at SXSW and may have even been the best of the events so far.
Passion is truly the name of the game here at SXSW. Every filmmaker, well-known or not, poured heart and soul into these productions, and that couldn’t be more evident when Edgar Wright premiered his new film, “Baby Driver,” at the Paramount Theatre.