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SXSW 2021: Clerk (2021) Review

From a film about a guy who was "not even supposed to be here today", 27 years later Kevin Smith is, for better or worse, still here. Clerk is a documentary that takes a Quick Stop down memory lane. Malcolm Ingram's film is a

SXSW 2017 – The Hero (2017)

Iconic stars don’t die, they simply fade away until we only remember their defining roles. That certainly seems to be the case for forgotten western actor Lee Hayden (Sam Elliott), largely out of work and out of contact with his family.…

SXSW 2017 – Gemini (2017)

The hardest thing to do when filming in Los Angeles is to make the city come to life. It’s featured so regularly in backdrops it begins to feel stale very quickly. There're no such problems in Gemini, though the life Aaron Katz breathes…

SXSW 2017 – Atomic Blonde (2017)

In a breathless opening sequence, an inappropriately dressed man dashes around the streets of Berlin only to get repeatedly run over and then shot by a KGB agent, all while “Blue Monday” roars out. Atomic Blonde is not out to cause any…