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SXSW 2011 ended Sunday, but live music recordings from the festival live on. Here's a roundup of coverage from public media outlets from around the nation.
For many directors, SXSW presents an opportunity not only to screen their films, but to screen them for the first public audiences.
Creators of three of the many music videos screening at SXSW talked to Art Beat about directing and producing their short films and their role in the music industry.
At the 2011 SXSW Interactive Festival, two presenters decided to reevaluate their work in interactive design by way of a metaphor that taps the festival's 25-year-old roots: music.
The winners of the 14th Annual SXSW Interactive competition were announced at an award ceremony Tuesday night in Austin, Texas. More than 20 designers of websites and mobile projects were recognized for work in categories that included activism, installation, mobile, technical achievement and more.
Two films were big award winners at the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas. "Natural Selection" by director Robert Pickering and "Dragonslayer" by director Tristan Patterson took home Jury Awarded Best Feature Narrative and Documentary, respectively.
Possibly due to a South by Southwest press accredidation mixup, PBS "reporter" Steve Goldbloom was granted unprecedented acceess to the festival. From befriending app developers to crashing the red carpet, he survived to bring you his hilarious -- and oddly poetic -- video diaries.
SXSW Flashback 2012 takes viewers back to March 2011 for one hour of SXSW excitement, once again featuring a wide variety of interviews. Highlights for 2012 include Channing Tatum, Willem Dafoe, Kimbra, Matthew McConaughey, Lance Gross, Jack Black, Jonah Hill, and many more, discussing their experiences during SXSW.
You'll see a wide variety of interviews ranging from the already-made-its to the up-and-comers of the entertainment world, discussing their latest movies and music as well as their experiences here visiting Central Texas and SXSW. Highlights include Bill Murray, Paul Wall, Chamillionaire, Ed Norton, and Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead.