8 New SXSW Movie Trailers

SXSW Film Festival

A new batch of movie trailers for film playing at the 2008 South By Southwest film festival have hit the interwebs. Check out the trailers for Beautiful Losers, FrontRunners, Nerdcore Rising, Mister Foe, Yeast, The Ostrich Testimonies, Present Company, and Dreams With Sharp Teeth after the jump. Also we have included a round up of links to other SXSW Movie trailers below.

Beautiful Losers
Directors: Aaron Rose & Joshua Leonard.
A feature documentary film celebrating the independent and D.I.Y. spirit that unified a loose-knit group of American artists who emerged from the underground youth subcultures of skateboarding, graffiti, punk rock and hip-hop. (World Premiere)

[flv:http://media2.slashfilm.com/slashfilm/trailers/beautifullosers.flv 470 256]

Director: Caroline Suh
The campaign for student body president at Stuyvesant, perhaps the most prestigious public high school in the country, is almost as sophisticated as any presidential election. But unlike presidential candidates, they also have to do their homework, take their SATs and write their college applications. (World Premiere)

[flv:http://media2.slashfilm.com/slashfilm/trailers/frontrunners.flv 470 350]

Dreams With Sharp Teeth

Director: Erik Nelson
A documentary portrait of acclaimed author Harlan Ellison, as he looks back on his fabled and influential career as one of the world’s top genre writers for television and print.

[flv:http://media2.slashfilm.com/slashfilm/trailers/dreamswithsharpteeth.flv 470 350]

Mister Foe
Director: David Mackenzie. Writers: David Mackenzie, Ed Whitmore.
Starring: Jamie Bell, Sophia Myles, Ciaran Hinds, Claire Forlani.
Driven to expose the true cause of his mother’s death, young Hallam Foe instead finds himself searching the rooftops of the city of Edinburgh for love. (U.S. Premiere)

[flv:http://media2.slashfilm.com/slashfilm/trailers/misterfoe.flv 470 204]

Nerdcore Rising
Director: Negin Farsad.
“Nerdcore” is the newest, dorkiest wave of hip-hop, born out of the internet and made possible by computer-obsessed geeks. (World Premiere)

[flv:http://media2.slashfilm.com/slashfilm/trailers/nerdcorerising.flv 470 264]


Directed and written by: Mary Bronstein
Starring: Mary Bronstein, Amy Judd, Greta Gerwig, Sean Williams.
YEAST is a film about a maddeningly un-self-aware, tyrannical and emotionally stunted young woman trying to negotiate two toxic friendships. Relations between these young women aren’t just a little bit ripe…they are Ebola-infested, maggot-filled and bursting at the seams. Conceived and made by an actor with no concept of the language of filmmaking, YEAST takes traditional dramatic structure and throws it out of the window to be swept away by the street cleaners (World Premiere)

[flv:http://media2.slashfilm.com/slashfilm/trailers/yeast.flv 470 352]

The Ostrich Testimonies
Director: Jonathan VanBallenberghe. The dramatic story of the Rooster Cogburn Ostrich Ranch near Tucson, Arizona, where in 2002, two hot-air balloons triggered a stampede of 1,600 ostriches.

[flv:http://media2.slashfilm.com/slashfilm/trailers/theostrichtestimonies.flv 470 270]

Present Company
Director/Writer: Frank V. Ross.
Starring: Anthony Baker, Tamara Fana Sasha Gioppo, Allison Latta
Leading very separate lives, Christy and her boyfriend Buddy live together in her parent’s basement with their baby Mikey. As they struggle with the realities of their lives, questions are formed about obligations, consequences, and all the identities we employ to get through the day.

[flv:http://media2.slashfilm.com/slashfilm/trailers/presentcompany.flv 470 354]

Other SXSW Movie Trailers

American Teen [Video Clip]
Assassination of a High School President [Video Clips]
Choke [Video Clip]
Forgetting Sarah Marshall [Trailer, Red Band]
Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay [Trailer, Teaser, Red Band]
My Effortless Brilliance
New Orleans Mon Amour
One Minute to Nine
Reformat The Planet
Run Fatboy Run
Second Skin
Where In The World is Osama Bin Laden?
Up With Me

via: Matt Dentler

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