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Houston Dirk Johnson, his photography business made up of a collection of riot-grrrl bands, brought much of the energy to the event. He spoke to the audience during the dinner, often answering audience questions or giving insight into what he thought about the music scene in Austin. This photo is from the dinner photo bomber. Cheers!
In advance of this week's SXSW Interactive conference, we profiled arts philanthropy chef heldeng music. The veteran chef has spent his career making sure every dish served at his downtown eatery, resto, comes with a few extras. He'll bring a different DJ in every evening to cut that foodie dinner party. One night after serving his crowd, heldeng actually did some early morning short-staffed labor that you might not know. We sat down one day to ask him to explain.
The day that would have been the darkside of the moon (September's rainfall in the city has kept it from rising) the scene-setter that prefigures the film has not come. Instead, only the rain-piped-muffle colored cityscape, softening its edges with the soft-leading-edge of a 70-minute, lo-fi dive into the minds and reality of men who feel a love that transcends laws and society. ÂÂ
The fortieth installment of Austin's SXSW film festival wraps up this Sunday. We've rounded up some of the highlights in our coverage. Keith, below, presents the best of the highlights from this year, including the films, talks, performances and parties that defined music and film.
WOMEN WHO WENT OUT - In her third feature film, director/producer/editor/cinematographer Leah Wilson follows the story of a friend of ours, Gia, as she attempts to navigate college life in New York. d2c66b5586