LOUD & CLEAR REVIEWS: SXSW 2023: 10 Films to Watch
March 5, 2023
SXSW 2023 is around the corner, and the festival is going back to its usual format, with screenings happening in person at various locations as well as online, on March 10-19! If you’re looking for recommendations of films to watch at South By Southwest, you’ve come to the right place! We tried to give you a selection of films from different strands, but there are so many more great movies to check out at this year’s South By Southwest, so don’t forget to check out the full lineup!
Without further ado, let’s look at the 10 films to watch at SXSW 2023! Scroll till the end for more South By Southwest movies to watch this year, and follow us on our socials for live tweets, daily updates, news and reviews from the festival!
I want good things for Maddie Ziegler. She’s shown herself to be such a great actress, but her career has yet to truly break through to the level of success she deserves. That’s partially why I’m looking forward to Bloody Hell. It follows 16-year-old Lindy (Ziegler), who’s diagnosed with a reproductive condition known as Müllerian agenesis, or MRKH syndrome. Naturally, this raises questions about her womanhood and disrupts her plans for her sex life, as well as altering the course of her relationship with her mother (Emily Hampshire). Director Molly McGlynn apparently wrote this as a semi-autobiography, so at the very least there should be a deeply personal touch to the film. Whether that’s in service of a strong final result is what’s yet to be seen. (Joseph Tomastik)"