Film Trailers

Asleep at the Wheel Then and Now - SXSW 2013 Accepted Film

This short film,followed by a short performance by Ray Benson and band members, chronicles the improbable four-decade transformation of a group of ragtag hippies into today's status as Texas cultural icons. From the early days in Paw Paw, WV to the big breaks in San Francisco, settling permanently in Austin, and then on to each of the unpredicted come-backs through the years, the story culminates in a triumphant 2010 concert that reunites the "family" for its 40th anniversary.

Skin To Bone - SXSW 2013 Accepted Film

"Skin To Bone" is a visual representation of Linkin Park's song by the same name. The video was filmed in darkness and highlighted with special effects created by producers Brandon Torio and Taha Dawoodbhoy. The video reflects upon the death and darkness present in the song's words "ash to ashes, dust to dust, skin to bone, steel to rust". Director: Taha Dawoodbhoy, Brandon Torio

Zero Charisma - SXSW 2013 Accepted Film

Metal-loving gamer geek, Scott Weidemeyer, lives with his ornery grandmother and works a lousy job at a donut shop. But every Tuesday night, he is the omnipotent Game Master, guiding his role-players through a tabletop journey of fantasy and adventure. However, when neo-nerd hipster Miles joins his game, Scott begins to resent the admiration Miles receives from the other players. To make matters worse, the health of his grandmother begins to falter, and his estranged mother visits town, reminding Scott of a childhood he'd just as soon forget.

And Who Taught You To Drive? - SXSW 2013 Accepted Film

Driving through traffic at home is already stressful enough. Now imagine driving a car in a completely foreign country. Mirela, moving from Germany to India, Jake moving from the USA to Japan and South Korean Hye-Won living in Germany are facing the same problem. They are all forced to obtain a new local driver's license. Driving lessons soon become lessons of life when it starts to dawn on our protagonists that getting through the day will involve much more than just obeying the rules of the road in their host country.

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