Whether you plan to be on the ground or following along at home, we’ve got the ultimate guide to what’s happening at this year’s SXSW Festival.
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See images of Russell Brand smoking smack in actual footage from his junkie days.
Play ball with a master documentarian in this exhaustive 18.5-hour examination of America’s favorite pastime (no, the other one).
Kevin MacDonald’s look at the life, times and legacy of one of the 20th century’s most influential artists is rousing, fascinating and perhaps a little too reverential.
Arnold and Elaine Friedman were a typical couple living in Great Neck, NY in the 80s. Arnold was a schoolteacher who also ran a computer school out of their home while Elaine cared for the three boys Jesse, Seth and David. All was happy until 1987, when Arnold and Jesse were accused of multiple counts of child abuse. A police raid revealed a sizable collection of child pornography, and Arnold confessed to some charges; Jesse, however, firmly insisted he was innocent.