The complete SXSW 2009 film line-up has been unveiled, the first under new head Janet Pierson and, arguably, its first post-mumblecore iteration. Not that there aren’t still plenty of names familiar to anyone acquainted with the movement — it was already announced that Joe Swanberg would be premiering his fifth feature in five years, “Alexander the Last,” at this year’s festival, but his wife and sometimes costar Kris Swanberg will also be debuting her first feature, “It Was Great, But I Was Ready to Come Home,” and collaborators David Lowery and Dia Sokol each have a film of their own, “St. Nick” and “Sorry, Thanks.” And Andrew Bujalski, the One Who Started It All, and who incidentally stars in Sokol’s film, will be bringing his first directorial effort since 2005’s “Mutual Appreciation,” “Beeswax,” to the festival after premiering it at Berlin. Elsewhere, I’m happy to finally have my chance to…(more)

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