By mattdentler | Matt Dentler's Blog February 4, 2010 at 4:32AM
The complete lineup of films for SXSW 2010 has been announced, and it's looking great. In addition to previously announced titles such as the Opening Night Film, Kick-Ass, the gang in Austin has added high profile films such as MacGruber, Cyrus, and The Runaways. And, of course, there are the smaller films premiering in the festival's Competition sections. From the SXSW announcement:
The festival’s main competition categories once again find 8 Narrative Features and 8 Documentary Features, vying for their respective Grand Jury Prizes. The Narrative Feature Competition includes: Brotherhood, directed by Will Canon, Dance With The One, directed by Mike Dolan, Earthling, directed by Clay Liford, Helena from the Wedding, directed by Joseph Ifantolino, The Myth of the American Sleepover, directed by David Robert Mitchell, Phillip The Fossil, directed by Garth Donovan, Some Days are Better than Others, directed by Matt McCormick and Tiny Furniture, directed by Lena Dunham. The Documentary Feature Competition includes: Beijing Taxi, directed by Miao Wang, Camp Victory, Afghanistan, directed by Carol Dysinger, The Canal Street Madam, directed by Cameron Yates, Dirty Pictures, directed by Etienne Sauret, For Once In My Life, directed by Jim Bigham and Mark Moormann, Marwencol, directed by Jeff Malmberg, Pelada, directed by Luke Boughen, Rebekah Fergusson, Gwendolyn Oxenham and Ryan White and War Don Don, directed by Rebecca Richman Cohen.
The boys at indieWIRE have the complete lineup on their site, so go check it out. And, we'll see you in March!