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Posted by Alissa on March 02, 2020

Sir Gawain’s quest is taking him to Texas.

The South by Southwest Film Festival announced Monday that The Green Knight, David Lowery’s epic retelling of the Arthurian legend, will make its world premiere there March 16.

Dev Patel stars as the eager-to-prove-himself Gawain, who sets out to challenge the eponymous green giant. It’s a reimagining of the old knights-of-the-round-table story, but if the gorgeous first trailer is any indication, Lowery’s version is a dark, moody new take on the classic.

The Green Knight is the latest and perhaps most ambitious effort yet from the director, who previously directed Ain’t Them Bodies Saints, the live-action Pete’s Dragon, and A Ghost Story. Alicia Vikander, Joel Egerton, Sarita Choudhury, Sean Harris, Kate Dickie, Barry Keoghan, and Ralph Ineson also star, and the film is scheduled to hit theaters May 29.

The Green Knight joins an already stacked lineup of films slated for SXSW 2020, including the Pete Davidson comedy The King of Staten Island, Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani’s rom-com The Lovebirds, and Kelly Oxford’s Pink Skies Ahead. The festival runs March 13-22.

It is confirmed that Alicia will be attending The South by Southwest Film Festival .

Posted by Alissa on August 15, 2017

The new film, starring Alicia Vikander, will compete in the fest’s competition section.

German director Wim Wenders will open the 65th San Sebastian Film Festival with his new film Submergence. Wenders and the film’s star, Alicia Vikander, will travel to Spain to present the film on Sept. 22.

Submergence, which will compete for the festival’s Golden Shell main prize, also stars James McAvoy. Shot across Berlin, Madrid, Toledo and multiple locations in France and Djibouti, the film was penned by Erin Dignam, based on the book by J.M. Ledgard.

McAvoy and Vikander play a hydraulic engineer, James More, and a bio-mathematician, Danielle Flinders, who fall in love in a remote hotel in Normandy. After they depart for dangerous missions, it is revealed that More works for the British Secret Service and is taken hostage in Somalia.

Wenders returns to San Sebastian after chairing the festival jury in 2002. He is the recipient of a Venice Golden Lion for The State of Things, a Palme d’Or for Paris, Texas, and the best director prize in Cannes for Wings of Desire. He has been nominated for three Academy Awards.

The San Sebastian Festival takes place Sept. 22-30. [Source]