This is exciting.
SXSW has announced their opening night film for this year, and it's a doozy. I'm allowed to say that I've seen it already, and that anyone who is in the audience for the Joss Whedon/Drew Goddard horror experiment "Cabin In The Woods" that night is in for a treat.
And I mean it when I call it an experiment. This is one of the year's wildest rides, and I can't wait to be able to talk about it when the festival finally arrives.
Add to that the idea that Judd Apatow's coming with Lena Dunham, and that seems like the perfect combination to describe the identity that SXSW has carved out for itself, as a place where Hollywood and indie co-mingle quite comfortably.
Here's the information that SXSW sent over this morning: