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By Film Threat Staff | February 8, 2001

The South by Southwest Film Conference and Festival (SXSW), which will run from [ March 9th ] to [ March 17th, 2001 ] is beginning to flesh out. The official selections are just now being announced; here are a few:
[ NARRATIVE FEATURES ] ^ Jonathan Parker’s “Bartleby” ^ John Gianvito’s “The Mad Songs of Fernanda Hussein” ^ James Crowley’s “The Journeyman” ^ Eric Schaeffer’s “Never Again” ^ Gabrielle C Burton & Maria Burton’s “Manna from Heaven” ^ Steve Hanft’s “Southlander” ^ Sean Baker’s “Climax” ^ Ian Gamazon’s “Freud’s 2nd Law” ^ John Ryman’s “The Zeros” ^ Doris Wishman’s “Satan Was A Lady”
[ DOCUMENTARY FEATURES ] ^ Tom Thurman’s “Jerry Wexler: Immaculate Funk” ^ Hector Galan’s “Accordion Dreams” ^ Micha X Peled’s “Store Wars: When Wal Mart Comes To Town” ^ Arthur Borman and Steve Danielson’s “Karaoke Fever” ^ Eric Saperston’s “The Journey” ^ Arthur Bradford’s “How’s Your News?” ^ Julia Pimsleur’s “Brother Born Again” ^ Heather Courtney’s “Los Trabajadores/ The Workers” ^ TJ Morehouse’s “Pavarotti of the Plains: Don Walser’s Story” ^ Mitko Panov’s “Comrades”
For more from SXSW, check back with the [ official site. ]

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