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European films galore at SXSW

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- Spaceship, Dead Slow Ahead and Ghostland make the cut

European films galore at SXSW
Spaceship by Alex Taylor

The edgy Austin-based SXSW (South by Southwest, 11-19 March) returns for its 23rd edition with a raft of European selections. The Narrative Spotlight features Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah’s Ghent, Tallin and Toronto award-winner Black [+see also:
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(Belgium); Jamie Adams’ Edinburgh winner Black Mountain Poets [+see also:
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(UK); Billy O’Brien’s I am Not a Serial Killer [+see also:
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 (Ireland/UK); Argyris PapadimitropoulosSuntan [+see also:
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 (Greece); and John Michael McDonagh’s War on Everyone [+see also:
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. The Documentary Spotlight has Amy Hardie’s Seven Songs for a Long Life [+see also:
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 (UK). 

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The Visions strand features Kuba Czekaj’s Venice winner Baby Bump [+see also:
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(Poland); Sophie Robinson and Lotje Sodderland’s Amsterdam winner My Beautiful Broken Brain [+see also:
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 (UK); Alex Taylor’s Spaceship [+see also:
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 (UK); and Vitaly Mansky’s Jihlava winner Under the Sun [+see also:
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(Czech Republic/Germany/Korea/Latvia/Russian Federation).

The 24 Beats Per Second strand has Matthew JonesArtist & Repertoire (UK); Robert Budreau’s Born To Be Blue [+see also:
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(Canada/UK); Steve Read and Rob Alexander’s Gary Numan: Android In La La Land (UK); Yoon-ha Chang’s I Go Back Home - Jimmy Scott [+see also:
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(Germany/US); and Stephen Kijak’s Sundance winner We Are X [+see also:
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(UK/US). 

The SXGlobal strand includes Kaweh Modiri’s Bodkin Ras [+see also:
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(Belgium/Netherlands/UK); Mauro Herce’s Doclisboa, Locarno and Jihlava winner Dead Slow Ahead [+see also:
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(Spain); Simon Stadler’s Ghostland [+see also:
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(Germany); Emma Rozanski’s Papagajka (Australia/UK); and Una Lorenzen, Þórdur Bragi Jónsson and Heather Millard’s Yarn (Iceland).

The Headliners segment features Ilya Naishuller’s Toronto winner Hardcore Henry (Russian Federation), while the Festival Favourites strand includes Athina Rachel Tsangari’s London, Sarajevo and Thessaloniki winner Chevalier [+see also:
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(Greece).

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