SXSW Alumni Film Releases – January 2017

Discover some of the SXSW alumni films on release this month, such as ACCIDENTAL COURTESY: DARYL DAVIS, RACE AND AMERICA, CLAIRE IN MOTION, and GOODNIGHT BROOKLYN: THE STORY OF DEATH BY AUDIO. Continue on for a complete list with trailers and more info.

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ACCIDENTAL COURTESY: DARYL DAVIS, RACE AND AMERICA
Documentary Feature, World Premiere, 2016
Website | Trailer

Idiosyncratic and provocative, protagonist Daryl Davis offers a conduit to difficult, nuanced questions about race in fragile society seeking answers more urgently than ever.
In Theaters January 6

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BEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL THINGS
Documentary Feature, World Premiere, 2016
Website | Trailer

Touching, tough-minded, and unafraid to address taboo head-on, this is a striking look at what it means to strike out as a young person in the 21st century.
Now In Theaters

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CLAIRE IN MOTION
Narrative Feature, World Premiere, 2016
Website | Trailer

A delicate, enigmatic performance from Breaking Bad’s Betsy Brandt anchors this poignant mystery that gradually reveals a world of devastating secrets.
In Theaters January 13

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GOODNIGHT BROOKLYN: THE STORY OF DEATH BY AUDIO
Documentary Feature, World Premiere, 2016
Website | Trailer

The struggles of sustaining an ongoing cultural enterprise laid bare in this tribute and farewell to the iconic Death by Audio venue in Brooklyn.
Now in Theaters

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IN A VALLEY OF VIOLENCE
Narrative Feature, World Premiere, 2016
Website | Trailer

Tough, lean, and steeped in classic western and genre lore, Ti West’s latest brings out some wonderfully idiosyncratic performances from John Travolta and Ethan Hawke.
On Blu-ray and DVD

LONG NIGHTS SHORT MORNINGS
Narrative Feature, World Premiere, 2016
Website | Trailer

Shiloh Fernandez confronts a long night of the soul…multiple times. An acerbic look at one young man’s occasionally disastrous attempts at modern romance.
Now On Demand

QUADRANGLE
Documentary Short, 2010
Website | Trailer

Amy Grappell’s award-winning documentary short offers an entirely fresh use of a familiar documentary format to explore the dynamics of an unusual family arrangement amid the height of the 1970s counterculture.
Now online

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