The South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival announced its feature lineup Thursday, including dozens of world premieres, critical smashes at Sundance and music documentaries for every taste.
A mess of movies that already made a splash at Sundance will be here, including Richard Linklater’s groundbreaking “Boyhood,” filmed over the course of 12 years; Austinite Kat Candler’s “Hellion,” starring Aaron Paul; Jeffrey Radice’s “No No: A Dockumentary” about ground-breaking pitcher Dock Ellis; Austin filmmaker Michael Tully’s “Ping Pong Summer,” about the magical year of 1985; and the Zellner brothers’ “Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter,” about a Japanese woman convinced the Coen brothers’ “Fargo” was real and a movie for which the Austin band Octopus Project took a Sundance special jury prize for their soundtrack.
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