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SXSW 2022: The 20 Most Anticipated Films and TV Shows at This Year’s Festival
Showsat One Download was moved to a virtual-only affair, SXSW is zipping back to (in-person) life with its upcoming 2022 event. Once again, movie junkies, TV obsessives, tech whizzes, and music nuts are all about to descend on Austin, TX for ten days of cultural mirth and discovery.
The festival, in its 29th edition, will run from March 11 – 20. As previously announced, Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert’s film, “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” will open the festival. The Season 3 premiere for FX’s “Atlanta,” starring Donald Glover, LaKeith Stanfield, and Brian Tyree Henry, will screen on Closing Night. Both make this list for obvious reasons (i.e. they’re good and well worth anticipating).
We’ve pored over the slate to pick out a variety of new projects to get excited for, including some already bound for a screen near you and a few still hoping to lock in new homes. All are among the best SXSW has to offer.
David Ehrlich and Ben Travers also contributed to this article.
“Apollo 10 1/2:” A Space Age Childhood
Richard Linklater’s latest animated gamble combines the youthful nostalgia of “Boyhood” with the rotoscoped imagery of the director’s “Waking Life” and “A Scanner Darkly,” this time through his most personal lens.
A dreamy trip back to Houston circa summer of 1969, “Apollo 10 1/2” explores the moment that NASA landed on the moon through the memories of an elementary school boy who imagines his own lunar journey at the same time.
Woven together with an immersive feature-length monologue by no less than Jack Black as the adult-aged protagonist, the movie is a charming and playful look at the space race and the fantasies it inspired for a subset of American society eager for distraction from other Earthly problems.
Yet another Linklater meditation on time and memory that doesn’t overstate its complex ambition on the surface, “Apollo 10 1/2” proves that ultimate slacker filmmaker remains America’s great “hangout movie” director, and you couldn’t ask for a better time for that reminder than the first in-person SXSW Film Festival in two years. The film arrives on Netflix next month. —EK
“Bodies Bodies Bodies”
Showsat One Apk Director Halina Reijn (“Instinct”) comes to SXSW with this A24-produced slasher movie with a stacked cast: Amanda Stenberg, Maria Bakalova, Rachel Sennott, and Pete Davidson are among the stars in this story of affluent young people who huddle down in an isolated mansion during a hurricane as their playful games take a deadly turn.
With a script c-written by filmmaker Chloe Okuna (whose Sundance hit “Watcher” also plays midnight at SXSW), “Bodies Bodies Bodies” promises to be dark and funny look at the vapidity of wealth among Gen Z-ers whose self-obsession can easily turn into self-destruction.
It’s also an Avengers-level team-up of emerging talent, with everyone from “Shiva Baby” breakout Sennott to “Borat 2” Oscar nominee Bakalova set to bring their acting chops into fresh satiric territory. —EK
“I Get Knocked Down”
Yes, they made a documentary about “Tubthumping,” the ubiquitous Chumbawamba song that essentially soundtracked the last three years of the 20th century. But “I Get Knocked Down” — directed by Sophie Robinson and founding Chumbawamba member Dunstan Bruce — is no straightforward music doc about the birth of a radio classic. On the contrary, the film catches up with Bruce on the cusp of 60, as the former rock star/political firebrand (FYI: Chumbawamba were all hardcore leftists!) stares down the collapse of Western civilization and looks for the strength to fight against the tides.
Fresh from directing a few episodes of HBO’s “Winning Time,” Trinidadian filmmaker Damian Marcano’s first feature is a rascally and unpredictable stoner comedy about the efforts of a disillusioned weed dealer who tries to hawk his product by burying it in the cheese he makes at a dairy factory.
In the meantime, he evades the advances of the pregnant woman he may or may not want to spend the rest of his life with and copes with the ongoing advances of the law. Strange visions and slapstick hijinks ensue, as the movie chugs forward with a goofy energy so infectious that even the subtitles have a tendency to dance around.
A welcome snapshot of an underrepresented society that enlivens a genre that needed the sprucing up, “Chee$e” is both an endearing romp and a serious look at one man eager to escape his insular island life at all costs, even if it destroys him in the process. —EK
“Diamond Hands: The Legend of WallStreetBets”
Showsat One Apk Unless you were hiding under a rock early last year (and, hey, who can blame you), you probably heard about the time that a bunch of Reddit users inflated the stock price of GameStop and sent stock market analysts into a frenzy of confusion and speculation. Well, you read the stories…now see the movie!
Directors Drea Cooper and Zackary Canepari track the way the playful Redditors of r/WallStreetBets tossed some cash around from their pandemic-era stimulus checks and wound up rocking the foundations of America’s financial system.
It’s the ultimate cautionary tale of a social media age filled with them: crowdsourced lunacy more powerful than even the tricksters themselves could have anticipated. Fingers crossed that the movie can bring some clarity to this madness before it happens again…or at least clue us in if it’s already too late. —EK
“Everything Everywhere All at Once”
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Showsat One v3.3.1 Mod Apk is an easy-to-use app for Android Phone,Android Box,Android TV and Tablet. Two years after its 2020 edition was moved to a virtual-only affair, SXSW is zipping back to (in-person) life with its upcoming 2022 event. Once again, movie junkies, TV obsessives, tech whizzes, and music nuts are all about to descend on Austin, TX for ten days of cultural mirth and discovery.
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