Hopper makes it clear that we all need to be active in changing the current conditions for women and creating a more fair place to work for all people in this industry.
Watch Silicon Valley cast members Thomas Middleditch, Zach Woods, Martin Starr and Josh Brener, joined by executive producers Mike Judge and Alec Berg, during their SXSW 2016 panel "Silicon Valley: Making the World a Better Place" moderated by writer and filmmaker Steven Leckart.
You never know what to expect when you give NOFX an hour and four microphones at a music conference. In the trusty hands of Kyle Ryan of The A.V. Club, the group took the chance to get intimate (not like that, really) and tell some jaw-dropping tales.
Writer/Director Jeff Nichols (Mud, Take Shelter), along with cast members Michael Shannon, Joel Edgerton, Kirsten Dunst, and Jaeden Lieberher, joined us at the 2016 SXSW Film Festival for the North American Premiere of Midnight Special.
Hailing from Colombia, and a resident of the US for the past several years, Ela Minus guided the crowd through 30 minutes of heavenly dream pop tracks. Watch this performance and more from the Kichink On showcase here.
Watch as Rob Fraboni, Mark Needham, Shel Talmy (via Skype), and Bob Rock, along with SiriusXM’s Matt Pinfield moderating, share stories about working with some of the aforementioned artists to create timeless pieces of music.
Not only did Dirk Ahlborn come to SXSW Interactive 2016 armed with plenty of information on what the Hyperloop is and how it can improve our lives, but he also brought ideas on how it could potentially shape our future behaviors.
Peruvian duo Dengue Dengue Dengue brought their blend of bass, tropical, psychedelia, and Peruvian rhythms, along with hypnotizing visual production, to Austin for SXSW Music 2016.
Interviewed by NPR’s Ann Powers, Kidjo shared and discussed her women’s rights, education, and public health work in Africa, as well as her art. Watch the full interview here.
Mr. Robot stars, Rami Malek and Christian Slater, along with series creator Sam Esmail, returned to SXSW this past March to discuss the realistic depiction of tech culture in the USA Network hit series.