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The long, strange story of Conan O’Brien‘s exit from NBC and the national comedy/music revue tour that followed gets its final chapter — or coda, really — in the form of the documentary Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop. The film premiered at SXSW and landed distribution that will see the film hitting VOD and AT&T’s U-verse platforms before a small theatrical opening. (In other words, watch it on VOD when you get the chance, because it might not play your town.) The film was praised for offering a relatively unvarnished look at the behind the scenes production of Conan’s tour, and for showing people the less-flattering aspects of his mental state at the time. You’ll get a glimpse of that in the new trailer for the film, which is after the break. Read More »
One of the documentaries to get the most attention at this year’s South by Southwest Film Festival has been Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop, directed by Rodman Flender, which chronicles the days after the comedian left NBC and created the ‘Legally Prohibited From Being Funny on Television’ tour that traveled cross-country as a comedy/music revue.
Now the 88-minute film, which premiered Sunday night, has been set for distribution via a strange conglomerate: AT&T, Abramorama and Magnolia Home Entertainment will all handle different aspects of the film’s release. Read More »
The South by Southwest Film Festival has announced their features lineup for the 2011’s Festival, which will take place March 11th to the 19th in Austin Texas. Read the full press release after the jump.
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SXSW announced today that a handful of additional titles were being added to the line-up for the 2011 SXSW Film Festival, including Jodie Foster‘s Mel Gibson dramedy The Beaver, Greg Mottola‘s sci-fi comedy Paul starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Seth Rogen, and Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop, a documentary that follows behind-the-scenes of O’Brien’s summer tour, among others. Read the full press release after the jump.
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