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Poll: What We're Excited to See at SXSW 2015

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Results of 1,265 votes:

  1. 1.

    Alicia Vikander in Ex Machina (2014)

     
    Sexy, modern, creepy. Because Alicia Vikander's robot reminds me of Bjork's 'All Is Full Of Love' robot - I can't wait to see this film. --Kris And Oscar Isaac has become one of my favorite actors. …
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    Jared Breeze in The Boy (2015)

     
    Short filmmaker Craig William Macneill has assembled a noteworthy supporting cast for his feature debut.
  3. 3.

    Taissa Farmiga and Ben Rosenfield in 6 Years (2015)

     
    The new film from Hannah Fidell, who made me all sorts of uncomfortable with her previous movie, A Teacher, sounds like it focuses on a less taboo relationship, but one that is fraught with danger.
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    Bill Hader and Amy Schumer in Trainwreck (2015)

     
    When the Trainwreck trailer first came out, I watched it more times (on private browse) than I care to admit. Amy Schumer is my new favorite comedian and I love that Bill Hader has been cast as the le…
  5. 5.

    Lost River (2014)

     
    I know there have been serious mixed reactions to Ryan Gosling's directorial debut, but I liked the trailer and the story idea intrigues me. I hope it's slow-moving and goes well with bourbon. --Arno
  6. 6.

    Manson Family Vacation (2015)

     
    This could be the movie-going equivalent of buying a used record just based on the title/artwork, but we're intrigued by the premise and newly hooked on Jay Duplass.
  7. 7.

    Sally Field in Hello, My Name Is Doris (2015)

     
    Sally Field at SXSW as a sixty-something woman who decides to romantically pursue her young colleague? With Wendi McLendon-Covey, Natasha Lyonne, Stephen Root, and Max Greenfield in supporting roles? …
  8. 8.

    Lizzie Velasquez in A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story (2015)

     
    A bit of disclosure: one of our favorite people in the movie industry is involved in the making of this documentary. The subject, Lizzie Velasquez, seems like one of the coolest and toughest people on…
  9. 9.

    Steve Jobs in Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine (2015)

     
    Steve Jobs will always be fascinating - especially in documentary form. No disrespect to the past and future biopics, but we want to see the real man in thought and action. --Kris
  10. 10.

    Paul Dano and Mark Linett in Love & Mercy (2014)

     
    When I blur my eyes and think about Paul Dano and John Cusack, I realize they do resemble one another; their performances as Brian Wilson at different stages of his career have been as well received a…
  11. 11.

    Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made (2015)

     
    The story of the greatest fan film ever made and its parallels with Hollywood ego clashes has our expectations set perhaps a touch too high.
  12. 12.

    Malin Akerman in The Final Girls (2015)

     
    A friend was developing a script that sounds quite similar to this ingenious idea; I want to see this movie to tell him whether to make a better movie or just give up and move on to a new idea. --Arno
  13. 13.

    Tab Hunter Confidential (2015)

     
    Jeffrey Schwarz's commitment to telling the stories of queer Hollywood and underground cinema has resulted in a couple excellent documentaries already: Wrangler: Anatomy of an Icon and I Am Divine. Vi…
  14. 14.

    Ross Ulbricht in Deep Web (2015)

     
    We want to see where our money went for so many years. Thanks for all the semi-memories.
  15. 15.

    7 Chinese Brothers (2015)

     
    Jason Schwartzman is in every scene of this movie and I've heard that his work reveals another layer of him as an actor.
  16. 16.

    Max Burkholder in Babysitter (2015)

     
    We're also hooked on Amy Landecker and very curious about Danièle Watts, who plays the Wiccan, pot-smoking title character.
  17. 17.

    John Ashton in Uncle John (2015)

     
    This plot sounds like it would make for good television, and the wordless trailer builds a lot of tension.
  18. 18.

    Ben Konigsberg, Morgan Turner, and Kara Hayward in Quitters (2015)

     
    "A teenager's family falls apart, so he finds a better one." Never has a single plot outline intrigued me more. --Arno
  19. 19.

    She's The Best Thing In It (2015)

     
    I have a feeling this could be one of the strongest films at the festival of any genre. No distributor has picked it up yet as far as I know.
  20. 20.

    All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records (2015)

     
    I pretty much grew up in record stores and the Tower Records in Boston was a destination when my friends and I first got our licenses. We all know what brought about the demise of the record store, bu…
  21. 21.

    Barbara Crampton in We Are Still Here (2015)

     
    Mainly because I want to see Barbara Crampton, who is as well known for her horror movies as she is for her work in soap operas, in a leading role. --Arno
  22. 22.

    Josh McDermitt and Katharine Emmer in Life in Color (2015)

     
    I just watched this I-don't-quite-know-how-to-come-of-age drama and have many questions for writer/director/co-star Katharine Emmer. Josh McDermitt from "The Walking Dead" co-stars.
  23. 23.

    Mavis! (2015)

     
    The Staple Singers helped me 'get' gospel music when I was younger, and, quite simply, Mavis Staples has one of the most legendary voices in all of music. I'm excited to hear her personal story.
  24. 24.

    For the Record (2015)

     
    I just watched this documentary and it has Spellbound-like moments as a handful of stenographers get ready for a competition. I think it could be a breakout with a slight re-edit. There's a great stor…
  25. 25.

    We Like It Like That (2015)

     
    Enough with New York City circa 1970s and beyond; it's time to start going back a bit further into the city's arts history. --Arno

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