March 14, 2013
2:00 pm to 3:40 pm

Thursday, March 14
2:00PM – 3:40PM
Paramount Theatre
713 Congress Ave
Austin TX
for more info: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2013/events/event_FS14299

A compilation of iPhone videos shot by the Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne, a chronicle of the recording of Stevie Nicks’ last album and a documentary on New Orleans piano legend James Booker have been added to the SXSW Film Festival. All three are making their world premieres.

Other additions include “Gimme the Power,” Olallo Rubio’s documentary on the Mexican band Molotov, Jeanie Finlay’s “The Great Hip Hop Hoax” about rap duo Silibil n’ Brains, and William Eigen’s film about Pete Seeger’s post-Blacklist globe-trotting 50 years ago in “Pete and Toshi got a Camera.”

“Muscle Shoals” and “Pussy Riot – A Punk Prayer,” both of which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, have been added to the schedule as well.

“A Year in the Life of Wayne’s Phone,” which Coyne directed in much the same way as his music video for Ariel Pink two years ago, was created from 28 hours of personal videos. It is being billed as “the world’s first vertical iPhone movie.”

Nicks and producer Dave Stewart shot “In Your Dreams” in 2010 in her home studio to explore their collaborative creative process.

“Bayou Maharajah: The Tragic Genius of James Booker” is director Lily Keber look at the life and music of Booker, who Dr. John once called “the best black, gay, one-eyed junkie piano genius New Orleans has ever produced.”

Short films on Western swing veterans Asleep at the Wheel and Memphis studio guitarist Mabon “Teenie”Hodges will also make their world premieres.

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5 Comments

  1. Danielle Kirby says:

    Are there tickets available I can buy? This would be a dream come true <3

    Thank You,
    Danielle Kirby

  2. Lucheena Carifa says:

    I have been a longtime Stevie fan since i was just a small child. My mommy listened to Fleetwood Mac while I was cutting my teeth. The first concert I ever attended was Stevie Nicks’ Wild Heart with my mommy at age 11. Stevie Nicks is even more important to me since I just lost my mommy in January. I want to see this movie, please let me know if coming to Ohio. Rock On Stevie

  3. Patti Reust says:

    I am a huge fan and I just hope this documentary comes to St. Louis, Mo.

    Thanks

  4. PATTY BOYLE, says:

    I CAN NOT WAIT TO SEE THIS DOCUMENTARY, I THINK THEY SHOULD HAVE DONE A BOOK WITH LOTS OF PRESS AND PICTURES, I AM SURE IT WOULD HAVE BEEN A SELL OUT. I HAVE KNOWN THAT WHEN STEVIE IS TALKING YOU ARE SEEING HER AS SHE IS AND SHE IS NOT GIVING YOU A PILE OF JUNK. I WIH HER MUCH SUCCESS WITH THIS ALBUMN, AND I AM SURE SHE WILL BE SO POSITIVE IN THE DOCUMENTARY THAT IT WILL GIVE HER A SPECIAL PLACE IN HISTORY.
    SHE AND DAVE STEWART SEEN TO REALLY WORK WELL TOGETHER.
    AND MAY I SAY , THANK YOU STEVIE FOR AGAIN ADDING TO OUT LIVES WITH YOUR BEAUTIFUL MUSIC AND YOUR MEMORIES THAT YOU SHARE. GOD BLESS YOU IN ALL YOU DO. PATTY B

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