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A new arrival in Los Angeles, Chris Murphy is making his debut at the Fringe with this solo show.
The show's producer talks about this offbeat comedy that is making its world premiere at the Fringe.
This solo show tells the controversial story of the legendary Annie Sprinkle.
Howard’s portrait of celebrity chef and humanitarian José Andrés and his World Central Kitchen is anything but a dry documentary.
This meticulously researched documentary chronicles the history of the mouse and the world's relationship with him.
Dunstan Bruce's documentary about his band Chumbawamba is an odd bird.
Joseph and Vanessa Winter's hilarious horror comedy opened this year's SXSW Midnighters series.
This Quentin Tarantino wannabe looks great but is an ultimately vacuous stumble down familiar roads.
In this true memory piece set in Cape Cod in 1973, a teenager comes to grips with her father's sexuality.
Tukel talks about his most recently released film, 'That Cold Dead Look In Your Eyes.'
Come to the Hollywood Fringe! Fun shows this weekend.
This poignant story of forbidden love is set against the backdrop of the Cold War.
The show comes back to San Antonio where it all began to close out Teatro Audaz's 2020-21 season.
The stories of two men who lost their lives at the hand of a West Hollywood political activist are told in this absorbing documentary.
James Suttles’ fun, slow-burning thriller mixes genres to good effect.
This Argentian thriller recalls 'Misery' and 'What Ever Happened to Baby Jane,' but with its own nasty twist.
Koen Mortier's film is a fictionalized, artistically surreal story about the life of a real Tour De France racer in his final hours.
Writer/director Chyna Robinson's feature debut is a powerful indictment of spousal abuse.
Filmmaker Lisa Immordino Vreeland merges the stories of two of the twentieth century's most eccentric and talented writers in this fascinating documentary.
Perhaps not as well-regarded by today’s generation as he was during his 1970s heyday, the late director Rainer Werner Fassbinder was an important — if galvanizing — figure in German ci…
Anita Rivaroli's exuberant documentary about passion in music made its North American debut at SXSW Online 2021.
The legendary cult actor makes the most of a role as a small-town hairdresser tending to a client one final time.
A video geek goes in search of the "Night Pirate," a man who hacked into television broadcasts and may hold the clue to his wife's mysterious disappearance.
Satya Chávez is terrific as Paloma, a young lesbiana coming to terms with her own sexuality.
The life of the acclaimed artist Frida Kahlo is related by the marvelous Victoria Gutierrez in this assured one-hander.
The new film by Anna Kerrigan tackles the subject of gender identity in a unique way.
Five actors express their thoughts about surviving creatively during the pandemic.
An intriguingly surreal film from a feature debut director.
Ray Buffer is a Southern California actor, singer and jack-of-all-trades performer in Los Angeles whose career has taken him to the stage, on television, in film and even theme parks. Althou…
Fully Committed is a 1999 one-act comedy written by Becky Mode that depicts the trials and tribulations of a receptionist working the phones at a fashionable New Y0rk eatery during the holid…
WRAPS ITS 26TH ANNIVERSARY WITH DECEMBER
MINI-FEST STREAMING ONLINE DEC 9-13
SAFILM-San Antonio Film Festival wraps the 2020 (pandemic) season of online mini-fests with…