Discount Deadline Sept. 21st – Register to Attend and save over 35%!
Attend SXSW 2013
There is no better time to plan your trip to Austin this March.Register to attend at up to 35% off walk-up rates and book a room at one of the great hotels still available.
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First Interactive Keynote Announced
Matthew Inman, the artist and best-selling author behind the comedy website known as The Oatmeal, is revealed as the first Interactive keynote for the 2013 event.
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Apply to Showcase
Head over to Sonicbids right now to apply for SXSW Music 2013. Completing your application is the first step in what could be a career changing showcase at our famous festival. Complete your application by October 5th and receive 25% off!
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Submit Your Film
Add your name to the growing list of emerging talent discovered at SXSW Film each year. Submit your film (features and shorts), music video or title sequence byNovember 15, 2012. Apply before October 4 for the lowest submission price.
Photo: 2012 Documentary Award Winners for Beware of Mr. Baker courtesy of Anna Spysz
Win SXSW Eco Registrations
Answer a three question poll and you could win one of three pairs of registrations to SXSW Eco. Winners announced September 10. In its second year, SXSW Eco, a conference addressing solutions for sustainability, will take place October 3-5 at the AT&T Conference Center in Austin, TX.
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