SXSW 2015: All Our Coverage + Top Picks

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The 2015 edition of South By Southwest has concluded, and though we may have a few last gasps that will appear in the next day or two, we are happy to celebrate by recounting the reviews and interviews we've published, along with a few final thoughts by our contributors who were on the ground in Austin, Texas.

First up, here are the films we covered. Below, click through the gallery to see the last word from our contributors.

Reviews
6 YEARS by Ryland Aldrich
DEATHGASM by Zach Gayne
THE ECSTASY OF WILKO JOHNSON by Peter Martin
THE INVITATION by Peter Martin
MANSON FAMILY VACATION by Zach Gayne
MOONWALKERS by Peter Martin
T-REX by Peter Martin
UNCLE JOHN by Peter Martin
UNCLE KENT 2 by Zach Gayne
UNFRIENDED by Peter Martin
WE ARE STILL HERE by Peter Martin
WESTERN by Jason Gorber

Interviews and Features
THE FINAL GIRLS: Todd Strauss-Schulson by Chase Whale
GET HARD: Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart by Chase Whale
HELLO, MY NAME IS DORIS: Michael Showalter by Zach Gayne
MANGLEHORN: David Gordon Green by Chase Whale
ONE AND TWO: Andrew Palermo by Chase Whale
THE ROAD WARRIOR / MAD MAX: FURY ROAD: George Miller (report) by Peter Martin
WILD HORSES: Robert Duvall and Josh Hartnett by Chase Whale
A WONDERFUL HEART: Eugene Kotlyarenko by Jeremy O. Harris


Zach Gayne and contributed to this story.

What was your overall favorite film?
By Zach Gayne

From reading the premise of Manson Family Vacation, I was really hoping it would deliver as the standout film of SXSW, but admittedly, I was skeptical. Thankfully, the film surpassed all my expectations. Knowing the creative team behind it, I was anticipating a smart film, but what I did not predict was that it’d also end up being the most touching film I caught all week.

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