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South by Southwest (SXSW) reveals its line up

The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival is thrilled to announce its complete lineup of features, for the 14th edition to be held in Austin, TX on March 9-17, 2007. The festival is scheduled to screen 110 feature films, in various sections and sidebars, over those nine days. Of those 110 features, there are 61 World Premieres, nine North American Premieres, and seven U.S. Premieres. The festival will open with the previously announced World Premiere of Scott Frank's 'The Lookout,' on March 9.

"This year, we received a record number of submissions and thankfully that also means the quality was higher than ever," says SXSW Film Festival Producer Matt Dentler about the approximately 3100 submissions. "People will probably look for themes in the program, but no theme rings more true than just a great batch of films we're eager to screen for our audiences. It's going to be a fun ride."

The newly announced additions to the "Spotlight Premieres" section of the festival include: Judd Apatow's 'Knocked Up,' Katy Chevigny's 'Election Day,' Jonathan Levine's 'All the Boys Love Mandy Lane,' Mike Mills' 'Does Your Soul Have a Cold?,' Michele Ohayon's 'Steal a Pencil For Me,' Doug Pray's 'Big Rig,' and David Wain's 'The Ten.' In both the Narrative and Documentary Feature Competitions, SXSW announced eight films each, including new work from acclaimed filmmakers. They include, in the Narrative Feature
Competition: Jamie Babbitt ('Itty Bitty Titty Committee'), Ryan Eslinger ('When a Man Falls in the Forest'), Michael Lehmann ('Flakes'), and Adam Rapp ('Blackbird'). In the Documentary Feature Competition, audiences will see new work by acclaimed nonfiction filmmakers including: Macky Alston ('Hard Road Home'), Andrew Berends ('When Adnan Comes Home'), and Marlo Poras ('Run Granny Run').

The full lineup of features can be accessed at or email SXSW is scheduled to announce its complete list of short films, retrospective screenings, and panels/seminars, on February 13. Information on attending SXSW, can be found online at:

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