Watch What Happens When A Fake Chef Pranks The Local News

Live trolling at its finest.

1. The creators of a touring comedy show called the Found Footage Festival realized just how easy it was to get booked on local morning news, especially in the Midwest.

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2. So they created a fake chef named Chef Keith, who’s kind of “unorthodox” in his method…

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The creators told BuzzFeed that “a few years ago, we orchestrated a news prank where our friend Mark Proksch played a yo-yo expert promoting environmentalism though yo-yoing. Of course, he didn’t know how to yo-yo at all but he got booked on seven morning shows. We knew it’d be doable to get a chef booked this time around.”

3. He made five TV appearances, “giving tips for sprucing up your holiday leftovers, even though he wasn’t a real guy.”

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4. “Put on your corn sprinkles, and don’t forget the cranberry cherry on top.” fake chef Keith instructed, after mentioning that, after all, he’s “self-taught.”

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5. The pranksters went on to tell us that, “everyone at the news station was delightful and thanked me for coming on afterward. They wished me the best of luck on my book. Bless them and their tolerance for putting up with an idiot both on and off air.”

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Italian Chef Trying to Pronounce Worcestershire Sauce (Video)

Italian Chef Trying to Pronounce Worcestershire Sauce (Video)

Italian chef Pasquale Sciarappa struggles with the pronunciation of Worcestershire sauce…

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Easily Scared Restaurant Worker (Video)

An employee of a restaurant in France enjoys scaring his co-worker. Probably because the guy is so easily frightened…

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Chinese Chef Cooks with a Huge Wok over ‘Fires of Mount Doom’ (Video)

Chinese Chef Cooks with a Huge Wok over ‘Fires of Mount Doom’ (Video)

Not sure what he’s cooking but I’m highly impressed with his technique, the massive size of the wok, and the flames coming out that burner jet engine thing…

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21 Movies You Should Watch If You Love Food

Kind of gives the term “chewing scenery” a whole new meaning.

1. Chef (2014)

Aldamisa Entertainment

 

Carl (Jon Favreau) is a chef at an upscale restaurant who feels stunted by the repetitive menu insisted upon by his boss. When he loses his temper and consequently his job, he gets back to his cooking roots making Cuban sandwiches in a food truck with his estranged son.

Most Delicious Scene: Carl’s seductive and simple pasta with pesto.

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix.

2. The Lunchbox (2013)

Sikhya Entertainment

 

Young, neglected housewife Ila (Nimrat Kaur) in Mumbai sends an extra-special lunch to her husband via the city’s sprawling courier service in the hopes of rekindling the flame. When it is mistakenly delivered to a solitary widower (Irfan Khan), the two begin a sweet though deluded relationship.

Most Delicious Scene: The paneer, in all its iterations.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon.

3. Chocolat (2000)

Miramax

 

Single mother Vianne (Juliette Binoche) and her daughter move to rural France and open a chocolaterie across the street from the local church. Their sweet indulgences and Sunday hours (gasp!) cause a moral uproar, unaided by the arrival of swarthy gypsy Roux (Johnny Depp). But really, how long can people hold out against chocolate?

Most Delicious Scene: Anytime a piece of chocolate passes Johnny Depp’s lips. UNF.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon.

4. Big Night (1996)

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

 

Brothers Primo (Tony Shalhoub) and Secondo (Stanley Tucci) are Italian emigrants who have opened a restaurant in New York. Primo is the sophisticated chef who will not bow to patrons’ pedestrian expectations of Italian fare; Secondo is the smooth-talking manager who just wants to run a good business. When they’re tapped for a special benefit concert, they attempt to compromise and pull out all the stops for their “big night.”

Most Delicious Scene: The unveiling of the timpano.

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix.

5. Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011)

Magnolia Pictures

 

This now-classic food documentary follows 85-year-old Jiro Ono, a world-renowned sushi chef completely devoted to his craft. Watching relentless pursuit of perfection is equal parts awe-inspiring, soul-crushing and totally mouthwatering.

Most Delicious Scene: Jiro sushi course “concerto.”

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix.

6. Babette’s Feast (1987)

MGM Home Entertainment

MGM Home Entertainment

 

Set in a remote 19th Danish century village, two sisters forlorn lead a strict life spent caring for their father, the local minister. Years after missed opportunities to move away and the death of their father, they take in French refugee, Babette Hersant, as their servant. Babette repays the sisters for their kindness with a decadent French meal.

Most Delicious Scene: The feast, of course!

Where You Can Watch It: Hulu Plus.

7. Like Water For Chocolate (1992)

Miramax

 

This movie is all about the passionate affair between Tita (Lumi Cavazos), a beauty from a traditional Mexican family who is forbidden to marry, and Pedro (Marco Leonardi), the young stallion who has stolen her heart. If that doesn’t get you, here’s the twist: Everything Tita cooks is infused with her emotions, causing powerful and not always pleasant reactions in all who consume it.

Most Delicious Scene: Tita’s quail in rose petal sauce.

Where You Can Watch It:
Netflix.

8. Waitress (2007)

Fox Searchlight Pictures

 

Jenna (Keri Russell) is a melancholy and pregnant waitress practicing the art of pie-making at her diner in the hopes of winning the local bake-off and earning enough money to leave her husband. All that changes when a cute new doctor comes to town, and the myriad pies become less a job for Jenna and more a form of therapy.

Most Delicious Scene: “Earl Murders Me Because I’m Having An Affair” Pie.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon.

9. Ratatouille (2007)

Walt Disney Pictures

 

Remy (Patton Oswalt) is a rat with a sophisticated palette. When he comes across the kitchen of a fantastic French restaurant, he teams up with the awkward garbage boy Alfredo Linguini (Lou Romano) to bring both their cooking dreams to life. Hijinks ensue.

Most Delicious Scene: When Remy whips up his first soup.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon.

10. The Trip (2010)

IFC Films

 

Steve Coogan is asked to tour the finest restaurants of Northern England. When his girlfriend backs out, he invites his best frenemy and fellow comedian Rob Brydon instead. Get ready for incredible cuisine, beautiful countryside, and spot-on Michael Caine impressions.

Most Delicious Scene: Every time Rob orders the scallops.

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix.

11. Eat Drink Man Woman (1994)

The Samuel Goldwyn Company

 

This movie centers around the dinner table of a widowed, masterful Chinese chef and his three grown daughters in Taipai, Taiwan. Each heavenly Sunday meals brings a fresh clash between the modern, independent daughters and their traditional father.

Most Delicious Scene: The opening sequence. The precision! The steam! THE MEAT.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon.

12. Haute Cuisine (2012)

The Weinstein Company

 

Based on a true story, Hortense Laborie (Catherine Frot) is a celebrated chef in small-town France who is suddenly tapped by the President of the Republic to be his personal cook. Though she faces mad shade from the mostly male kitchen staff and more attention from the president, Laborie finds power in her indisputably amazing cooking.

Most Delicious Scene: The president’s midnight tartine snack with black truffles.

Where You Can Watch It:
Netflix.

13. Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971)

Warner Bros Entertainment

 

A poor boy wins a chance to visit the most glorious chocolate factory ever imagined by mere human minds. Even the wallpaper tastes great! Dude who owns it is kind of strange, though.

Most Delicious Scene: THE CHOCOLATE ROOM.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon.

14. Romantics Anonymous (2010)

StudioCanal

 

The French and their chocolate, amiright? It’s the cute story of the owner of a small chocolate factory and his new chocolatiere, both painfully timid but totally passionate about their work.

Most Delicious Scene: The chocolate tasting.

Where You Can Watch It:
iTunes.

15. Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs (2009)

Amblin Entertainment

 

Misfit scientist Flint Lockwood (Bill Hader) has created a machine to turn water into food, which goes haywire when it starts converting the water in the atmosphere: It starts raining food! So basically all your childhood—ok, adulthood—dreams come true.

Most Delicious Scene: The ice cream storm!

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon.

16. Spinning Plates (2012)

Chaos Theory Entertainment

 

This delectable documentary follows three unique chefs, each serving very different in their own amazing way. From Michelin-rated to backyard BBQs, this movie explores how it doesn’t matter what or where you cook, just that you have a passion for food.

Most Delicious Scene: The twisted artistry of yuba, shrimp, orange, miso.

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix.

17. I Am Love (2009)

Mikado Films

 

This film is about a Russian woman Emma (Tilda Swinton) who marries into a powerful Milanese family, though haute living leaves her feeling unfulfilled. Enter Antonio (Edoardo Gabbriellini), a talented chef who rewakens her passion for life with—what else?—food.

Most Delicious Scene: The prawns.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon.

18. Bottle Shock (2008)

Intellectual Properties Worldwide

 

Ok, it’s about the rise of respectability in California winemaking, but you need something to wash down all these food films! Parisian sommelier Steven Spurrier (Alan Rickman) comes to Cali in 1976 to find the best wine to go head-to-head with its French counterparts in a blind taste test.

Most Delicious Scene: The Judgement of Paris.

Where You Can Watch It: Netflix.

19. Spirited Away (2001)

Walt Disney Studio

 

When young Chihiro and her family make a pitstop on their way to their new home in the Japanese countryside, they wander into an abandoned amusement park secretly ruled by demons and spirits. When her parents are turned into pigs, Chihiro must find a way to barter with the master of the spiritual bathhouse for all of their freedom.

Most Delicious Scene: When the spirit No-Face is all of us: “Just keep the food coming! I want to eat everything!”

Where You Can Watch It: You can buy it on Amazon.

20. Marie Antoinette (2006)

Columbia Pictures

 

A dramatic interpretation of the lavish lifestyle of Marie Antoinette in the years leading up to the French Revolution. It’s hard to tell what’s more delicious: all the scandal or all the cake. (JK it’s obviously the cake.)

Most Delicious Scene: So many balls, so many pastries.

Where You Can Watch It: Amazon.

21. Julie & Julia (2009)

Columbia PIctures

 

The drool-worthy retelling of one woman’s attempt to cook through Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking. Start watching for the food, keep watching for Meryl Streep.

Most Delicious Scene: Boeuf bourguinion and raspberry Bavarian cream.

Where You Can Watch It: iTunes.

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31 Problems Every Professional Chef Will Understand

This shit isn’t easy.

1. The customer who incredibly unexpectedly comes in two minutes before closing.

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Fine, I guess I have to do their meals. Oh, they want something braised? FUCK OFF.

2. Seriously. Hearing this at 10:58pm is the absolute worst.

Seriously. Hearing this at 10:58pm is the absolute worst.

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And even when you’re off, you’ll hear it. You’ll hear it in your SLEEP.

3. Friends making “helpful” suggestions about how to cook food.

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No. I am never going to listen to you.

4. Running out of this.

Running out of this.

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Kitchen lifeblood.

5. Someone trying to call in sick because they “have a headache.”

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You’re just hungover, you should be here. I mean, I’m hungover too, but I’m here.

6. Customers asking for their steak well-done.

Customers asking for their steak well-done.

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Great, I’ll make you some cardboard as a side then, it’ll taste about the same. Oh, and thanks for fucking up my timings too.

7. Customers sending food back because they didn’t realise what they had actually ordered.

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No, it’s not steak with Tartar sauce.

8. Seeing someone else’s kitchen and discovering IT HAS WINDOWS.

Seeing someone else's kitchen and discovering IT HAS WINDOWS.

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Bastards. I bet they know what daylight is.

9. Anyone who wants sauce on the side.

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This is why you shouldn’t be allowed nice things.

10. Friends and family complaining that you don’t seem to be around for any important occasions.

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Did you think I hadn’t noticed?

11. Realising you’re never truly out of work mode.

Realising you're never truly out of work mode.

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The constant yelling doesn’t go over so well in the rest of the world.

12. The guy on the line who always wants extra hours…then to leave without cleaning down.

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Not surprised you don’t have any money.

13. The prep crew not doing their job properly.

The prep crew not doing their job properly.

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Things that are not Leeks Julienne – whatever those are.

14. Customers who ask for so, so many modifications.

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There’s actually a really easy way to get it exactly how you want it. And that is to cook it yourself.

15. Someone bitching about not getting a break.

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HAHAHA. “A break.”

16. Eggs Benedict.

Eggs Benedict.

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Any eggs, actually. And really, any breakfast.

17. People not saying ‘behind,’ when moving hot things around.

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It can hurt.

18. Suppliers calling to have a conversation…right in the middle of service.

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It’s not possible they’ve ever sold anything.

19. Anyone, ever, screwing up the walk-in.

Anyone, ever, screwing up the walk-in.

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Technically, this is a breach of contract that means the offender is allowed to be flayed alive. Technically.

20. Anyone using the wrong knife for the wrong thing.

Anyone using the wrong knife for the wrong thing.

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These all have a purpose. And it’s always a different purpose.

21. The owner making a completely nonsensical decision, and you having to go along with it.

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Cajun-inspired sushi with a Greek twist? Sure, totally awesome idea.

22. The newbie spilling stuff.

The newbie spilling stuff.

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Wastage, extra slippery floors, and time wasted. Awesome.

23. Anyone touching your knives.

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24. IT’S THE RULE.

IT'S THE RULE.

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25. Friends who complain about the fact they have a job that makes them stand up for four hours a day!

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So hard for you.

26. Anyone who asks for something gluten-free.

Anyone who asks for something gluten-free.

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Sure, you might have Coeliac disease. In which case, fine. But you don’t, do you?

27. Someone not sharpening their knives properly.

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There’s a reason I’m finding it so much easier.

28. Getting denied the first beer after shift for some arbitrary reason.

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Y’know, and the eight after that.

29. This injury.

This injury.

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You know what it’s from.

30. That moment when everything suddenly goes wrong at once, and everyone gets screwed for the whole night.

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Might as well write the night off, cause you’re not coming back from this.

31. That moment when you’ve done doubles for 17 days in a row with no end in sight and nothing makes sense anymore.

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Chef Cutting Cucumber Will Amaze You

Chef Cutting Cucumber Will Amaze You

This Japanese chef doesn’t just simply slice a cucumber. He turns the long, green vegetable into an art piece using his chef knife as a paint brush. Watch as he slices the cucumber so thin it seems impossible. This video by 佐藤春仁 was published in 2013, but has only gone viral now with over half a million new views!

 

Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2014/09/13/chef-cutting-cucumber-will-amaze-you/

The 15 Films And TV Shows At SXSW I Can’t Wait To See

With so many films and TV shows playing at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, there is only so much one person can see — and these are the ones I’m most looking forward to!

1. Neighbors

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Director: Nicholas StollerScreenwriters: Andrew J. Cohen, Brendan O’Brien

One of the best features of SXSW is that it welcomes tiny indie films alongside a selection of mainstream studio movies. Case in point, this comedy, starring Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne (with her native Australian accent!) as a young married couple whose party-hardy lifestyle has suddenly mellowed thanks to their newborn baby — only to have a frat house headed by Zac Efron move in next door. This won’t arrive in theaters for another two months, so Universal is showing a lot of faith in the film by premiering it so early at SXSW.

2. Veronica Mars

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Director: Rob ThomasScreenwriters: Rob Thomas, Diane Ruggiero

I’ve never seen an episode of the beloved series that inspired this film, but I do love me a forthright female protagonist who fights crime. So I’m hoping that makes me an ideal candidate for how well this Kickstarted feature will play for those outside its devoted Marshmallows fan base — like, basically, everyone else on the BuzzFeed Entertainment team. I expect witty banter and red herrings!

3. Silicon Valley

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Director: Mike JudgeScreenwriters: Episode 1 written by Mike Judge & John Altschuler & Dave Krinsky; Episode 2 written by Carson Mell

Ever since Lena Dunham debuted the first three episodes of Girls at SXSW two years ago, the festival has slowly expanded its television premieres, this year launching a brand-new section to the festival called Episodic and devoted just to TV. There are many offerings — click here for all of them — but the one I’m most available and interested to see is Mike Judge’s comedy about tech nerds striving to launch their own startup.

4. Space Station 76

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Director: Jack PlotnickScreenwriters: Jack Plotnick, Jennifer Cox, Sam Pancake, Kali Rocha, Michael Stoyanov

This independent satire of 1970s sci-fi is the definition of “under the radar”: Veteran character Plotnick (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Wrong) was able to shoot the film with actors Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler, Matt Bomer, Jerry O’Connell and 2001: A Space Odyssey’s Keir Dullea with pretty much no one realizing it even existed before he’d wrapped — a remarkable feat in Hollywood these days. Also: There are robots! I will be first in line.

5. Chef

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Director: Jon FavreauScreenwriter: Jon Favreau

OK, in truth, I’ve already seen this movie, which launches the SXSW Film Festival on Friday night, and it’s a lovely, leisurely ode to great food, the importance of good parenting, and the vital nature of social media. There’s even a section set in Austin. Just writing about it is making me hungry for BBQ, and I just ate some BBQ.

6. COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey

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Directors: Brannon Braga, Bill PopeScreenwriters: Ann Druyan, Steven Soter

I’ve also seen the stunning first episode of this follow-up series to Carl Sagan’s seminal exploration of interstellar science, this time with renown astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson at the helm — quite literally. It premieres on Fox on Sunday (at 9 p.m. ET), but it will have its world premiere Friday night at SXSW.

7. Lady Valor: The Kristin Beck Story

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Director: Sandrine Orabona, Mark Herzog

This documentary follows Beck, who came out last year as trans after retiring from serving for 20 years as a U.S. Navy SEAL, shattering stereotypes of trans women in the process. Her story should continue to expand the gratifyingly bright spotlight on trans people over the past few months.

8. Harmontown

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Director: Neil Berkeley

Yes, that’s really Community creator and on-again-off-again-on-again executive producer Dan Harmon, captured here in what promises to be an unusually revealing documentary about his cross-country tour of his podcast. I’m not ruling out nudity, and I am not sure how I feel about that.

9. Break Point

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Director: Jay KarasScreenwriters: Gene Hong, Jeremy Sisto

A washed up pro tennis player (Jeremy Sisto, who also co-wrote the script) convinces his estranged brother (David Walton, currently of NBC’s About a Boy) to be his new pairs tennis partner. I am a fan of tennis, tennis movies, and these actors, but the presence of “a unique 11-year-old named Barry” in the film (according to its official SXSW synopsis) has me wary of unnecessary cuteness. Sisto and Walton in tennis shorts should be enough, I think.

10. A Night in Old Mexico

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Director: Emilio AragónScreenwriter: William D. Wittliff

Robert Duvall has been playing grizzled-yet-bemused old coots for a while now, granted, but he is so enjoyable in that gear. Plus, what better place to see a film about a Texas rancher on one final bender with his grandson than in the state’s capital?

11. The Great Invisible

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Director: Margaret Brown

This documentary promises to explore exactly happened when the Deepwater Horizon oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, and what happened to the people (literally) closest to it after the media spotlight dimmed and disappeared.

12. Oculus

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Director: Mike FlanaganScreenwriter: Mike Flanagan, Jeff Howard

Horror and SXSW go together like BBQ and beer, and this film — about an antique mirror that appears to kill those who own it — should be right at home in Austin. Full disclosure: I’m friends with one of the film’s associate producers. Fuller disclosure: Given the late hour of its premiere screening (11:45 p.m.), the early-ish hour of my next screening the following morning, and the fact that I generally do not seek out horror films because I have enough free-floating anxiety in my life as it is, I may not actually see this movie. But I shall try!

13. Boyhood

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Director: Richard LinklaterDirector: Richard Linklater

This is one of the films I missed at Sundance, and given the raves for its unusual story of one boy told — and shot — over 11 years of the actor’s actual life, it is the one Sundance film I’m most eager to see!

14. Obvious Child

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Director: Gillian RobespierreScreenwriter: Gillian Robespierre

About a New York stand-up comedian (Jenny Slate) and her messed up life, this film earned universal raves from every one of my colleagues who saw it at Sundance. I missed it there, but I shall see it in Austin!

15. The Grand Budapest Hotel

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Director: Wes AndersonScreenwriter: Wes Anderson

Yes, I know, this movie is already in theaters, but how many of those theaters will have Anderson (pictured above, with actors Tony Revolori and Saoirse Ronan) on hand for an extended Q&A after the film? The sui generis filmmaker, and Texas native, has been pegged as an eccentric, but I’ve always found him to be a delightfully frank and thoughtful person, especially about his own work.

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