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Hong-Sik Yu <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 28 Aug 1997 13:51:37 CDT
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South by southwest 1998 film festival & music festival
March 13-21, 1998
SXSW Film Conference and Festival provides you with a unique place to
listen to and learn from the best voices in all phases of independent
filmmaking, as well as showcasing the best new independent films. The
confeence expands in 1998 with four days of panels, workshops,
mini-meetings and industry mentoring sessions.
Speakes hsve included Susan Bodine, Rana Joy Glickman, Ruby Lerner,
Emanuel Levy, John Pierson, Richard Linklater, Robert Rodriquez, John
Sloss, Kevin Smith, Steven Soderberg, Quentin Tarantino and Deborah
Zimmerman, Films have included: Chasing Amy, Schizopolis, In the
Company of Men, Family Name, Full Tilt Boogie, Still Breathing,
Traveller, Letter from Waco and Pin Gods.
March 14-17, 1998
SXSW Interactive Festival brings together content providers, web
designers and multimedia producers for three days of panel
discussions and networking. In addition to learning tips and
techniques regarding the newest technologies, attendees gain
important informatin from industry experts on how to advance their
career in the ever-expanding field of new media. Speakers have
included John Bates, Jim Bumgardner, Nicholas Butterworth, Thomas
Dolby, Jamie Fragen, Richard Garriott, Lisa Goldman, Buzz Hays, Hal
Josephson, Bill Kolomyjec, Jaron Laniew, J.J. Rosen , Todd Rundgren
and Bruce Sterling.
March 18-22, 1998
In its twelfth year, the South By Southwest Music and Media
Conference and Festival continues to attract the international music
industry to Austin, Texas every March for five days of music
andconversation. SXSW remains an enlighening, confounding,
controversial, and exhilarating place where artists, the media and
the industry renew their passion for music in an atmosphere charged
with possiblities.
For more detailed information, Contacts:
SXSW Headquarters
PO BOX 4999, Austin, TX 78765, USA
e-mail: [log in to unmask]
SXSW Music Europe
Una Johnston and Lisa Tinley
22 Belgrave Rd., Garden Flat
Rathmines, Dublin 6, Lreland
3531 497 0381
Fax) 3531 491 0631
SXSW Music Asia
Hiroshi Asada
1-39-7-Lions Station Plaza 303, Sangenjaya, Setagaya-Ku, Tokyo, Japan
Fax) 81(3) 5486-7576
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