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SXSW finds a home on Amazon Prime

SXSW has found a home online.

This year’s SXSW was scheduled to see the debut of some of the most interesting movies of the year. Though the event was cancelled, AIPT was still able to provide coverage of some films. Thankfully, the films and creators have found an outlet for their movies.

“Ever since SXSW was cancelled by the City of Austin, we’ve been focused on how we could help the incredible films and filmmakers in the SXSW 2020 Film Festival lineup,” said Janet Pierson, Director of Film, SXSW. “We were delighted when Amazon Prime Video offered to host an online film festival, and jumped at the opportunity to connect their audiences to our filmmakers. We’re inspired by the adaptability and resilience of the film community as it searches for creative solutions in this unprecedented crisis.”

SXSW finds a home on Amazon Prime

“I’m thrilled that these two great champions of indie film (SXSW and Amazon Prime Video) are teaming up to resurrect this year’s canceled film festival,” said Jay Duplass, independent filmmaker and SXSW alum. “These are unprecedented times, and it’s going to take unprecedented solutions to carry on and celebrate these great films and the people who worked so hard to make them.”

No date has been set, but late April is the target. AIPT looks forward to the SXSW Film Festival Collection and looks forward to providing more coverage.

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