SXSW: 12 Twitter Accounts to Follow for Live Updates From Austin

The South by Southwest film, music, and interactive festival begins this weekend. Here are the 12 Twitter feeds we'll be following for live updates from Austin. Add them to your followers list, or check out the widget below to see all the feeds in one place.

Terrence Henry (@terrencehenry), The Atlantic's SXSW correspondent
Rebecca Fefernan (@RebFef), SXSW's press representative
Matt Singer (@mattsinger), film writer for IFC
Matthew Odam (@odam), writer for the Austin American-Statesman and Austin360.com
AV Club Austin (@AVClubAustin), The Onion's arts and entertainment section
House Next Door (@House_Next_Door), Slant magazine's official blog
Drafthouse (@drafthouse), newsfeed for Austin's Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
Tim Alamo (@timalamo), founder of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
Badass Digest (@badassdigest), an Austin-based arts and entertainment website
Fantastic Fest (@fantasticfest), newsfeed for the Austin film festival
Cinematical (@cinematical), Moviefone's blog
Slackerwood (@slackerwood), a blog about Austin's film scene

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