SXSW March 8-17 2013 Event Details for Film, Music and Interactive

The South by Southwest (SXSW®) Conferences & Festivals kicks off from March 8-17 2013

SXSW is unique in its ambitions and its scope in providing a forum, conferences, venues and showcases for emerging and established talent in a wide variety of disciplines.



As a film festival SXSW is an eclectic addition to the season fitting nicely between Sundance in Park City, Utah in January and the Cannes Film Festival in France in May.



The music conference and festival element of SXSW has become the preeminent showcase and gathering point for bands, artists and the industry supporting and exploiting their work (for better or worse.)  Having a gig at SXSW is a critical part of an up and coming bands schedule and for the established acts a crowd pleaser adding to the excitement surrounding the events.

Interactive has grown over the years to become a major focus of SXSW as the tech world has exploded and found new ways to encourage participation in a seemingly closed world.  SXSW provides the space for the interactive, internet, start-up, venture capital world to coincide with the content creators of the film and music sectors.

Together the three disparate worlds of film, music and interactive create a blend of excitement and enthusiasm not replicated anywhere toward the advancement of independent thinking in each of their genres and together, creating a nuturing, creative and passionate atmosphere of exploration, sharing and advancement.

Here are the key facts:  (Check back often for updates)

SXSW ® Conference & Festivals

When:   March 8th to 17th 2013

Film:  March 8-16

Interactive: March 8-12

Music: March 12-17

Where:  Austin, Texas


Map:   SXSW Google Maps

Twitter:   SXSW Twitter Feed


Interactive Section Highlights

29 SXSW Panels You Can’t Miss


Film Section Highlights

The Film Section is made up of the SXSW Film Conference,  SXSW Film Screenings,  the Digital Domain and the SXSW Trade Show

The SXSW Film Conference contains:


Talent, Producers, Directors, Writers and Executives discussing their individual crafts from writing, realizing the right film budget for a project, producing and directing war stories.


Industry leaders talk about their experience and provide instruction on the business of filmmaking.


Provide hands on experience with the rapidly changing technology of film production, social marketing and distribution.

Mentor Sessions

Attendees gain access to industry leaders in their respective fields and proximity to mover and shakers working in the film business today.


…to be continued: (Music)  stay tuned to for further details.

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About Jack Binder

Film Producer Jack Binder is the producer of 'Reign Over Me' starring Adam Sandler, Don Cheadle; 'The Upside of Anger' starring Kevin Costner and is the Founder of Film Budget Incorporated and owner of the website which is the international leader in worldwide movie budget services for filmmakers. Jack Binder is also the CEO of Greentrees Films.

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