'Ugh, I am so bored,' says Jenny. 'Any ideas?' asks Martin. The four twenty-somethings look around their apartment for inspiration on a sunny afternoon. Suddenly Craig jumps up and screams, 'Holy cow, I've got a terrific idea!' BLAM. His head explodes. Blood flies everywhere. Everyone starts screaming. Nobody knows what to do. Kate has an idea. BLAM. More blood. More screaming. Jenny and Martin try to escape but find 'It's happening everywhere!' screams Jenny. BLAM. Outside the plague is affecting everyone: dogs, cats, men, women. No one is safe.
An emerging music pioneer of the new D-town (Dallas) sound is producer/ artist Fat Pimp. Mr. Rack Daddy was born in Houston but later relocating to Duncanville, a suburb of Dallas. Fat Pimp, given his moniker by a high school classmate, began developing his love for music first as a producer, but he was known for his impromptu free style sessions at lunch. While attending college at Texas Southern University (TSU) Fat honed his skills as a producer and his first hit was born. "Rack Daddy" spread like a virus through youtube and the south and Fat Pimp has been cranking out hits ever since!
Hot off the press (well, the edit suite), check out this essential video detailing all the great venues in this year's SXSW Film Festival. There's also great info on shuttles during the event, which this year will run all nine days of SXSW Film.
Filmmakers in Focus keeps on keeping on, and this edition looks at four films that deal with some controversial issues and subjects.
A Teacher dissects a most inappropriate teacher/student relationship; Milo is, well, an "ass monster movie"; Snap takes us on "a dark and terrifying journey into the depths of the psychopathic mind"; and Unhung Hero confronts the ultimate questions - does size matter?
Click on a title below to read the conversation, then start planning your SXSW with our film schedule.
Kickback with Canon on Monday, March 11 for an evening of celebration with SXSW's creative community. Get your hands on Canon's latest technology while mingling over food, drinks and beats with fellow directors, cinematographers, producers and digital content gurus. The evening will feature a one of kind interactive DJ performance. Check out Pulse, the EOS C100 film inspired by this new technology.
I listen to Rory Scovel a fair amount vis a vis Doug Loves Movies, and I'm psyched he'll be here for the most excellent SXSW Comedy programming, which I've watched grow from having pretty much my own private Marc Maron show (which was f'ing amazes) into this THING that is big and groovy thanks to Charlie Sotelo who books this stuff like nobody's business.