SXSW Eco is extremely proud to announce the 2015 Finalists of our Place by Design competition. Place by Design showcases projects that transform our everyday surroundings, pushing places to their greatest potential to engage, educate and achieve lasting impact. See finalists and learn more »
Every film festival has their own specific rules concerning screening eligibility. Below are some important eligibility points for features and shorts that we consider at SXSW Film:
- Your Film's Completion Date
- Your Film’s Runtime
- Your Film’s Public Exposure ...
Storytellers have long since looked to film as a powerful medium to highlight real world issues in education and inspire change. At SXSWedu, the film program seeks to share these poignant narratives and documentaries with the education community that attends the event, March 7-10, 2016....
We’re pleased to share that applications are now open for the 2016 Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellowship. Each year at SXSW, we honor the memory of the much-loved editor who passed away in 2010. A close collaborator of Errol Morris, Karen inspired a generation of young editors, and the Fellowship,...
SXstories is a place to share the lesser known moments of SXSW. This story comes from photographer Michael Hernandez, who witnessed some pretty serious skateboarding following the rainout of the Thrasher Magazine Death Match at SXSW Music 2015.
Get all the information you need about the SXSW Housing department's wait list policies and procedures with these simple FAQ's.
SXSW Eco announces new speakers! Hear from our nation’s leading energy experts including Dr. David Danielson (DOE), Dr. Cheryl Martin (Harwich Partners), Dr. Ellen Williams (ARPA-E) and more.