Despite the unfortunate cancellation of SXSW this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, you can now participate in the festival online, starting now. Amazon Prime has now taken the festival experience virtual with the launch of Prime Video Presents the SXSW 2020 Film Festival Collection, which began on Monday, April 27 and will run through Wednesday, May 6.

The best part of this news is you don't need to pay for an Amazon Prime account to watch. These films, plus prerecorded panels and Q&As with casts and filmmakers, are being made free to audiences everywhere, and all you'll need is a free Amazon account to watch!

"We saw this festival being canceled, and I've been there many times," Amazon Studios head Jennifer Salke told Deadline. "We had a huge financial and emotional investment, and we wanted to find a way for the community to be able to come together and celebrate that work. This was about wanting to create a doorway for filmmakers to platform their work."

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The 39 projects which are now available to stream are below.

Narrative Features
Cat in the Wall
Gunpowder Heart
Le Choc du Futur

Documentary Features
I'm Gonna Make You Love Me
My Darling Vivian

Episodic Television
Cursed Films
Motherland: Fort Salem
Tales from the Loop

Narrative Shorts
A Period Piece
Broken Bird
Face to Face Time
Father of the Bride
Reminiscences of the Green Revolution
Still Wylde
Summer Hit
The Voice in Your Head

Documentary Shorts
Affurmative Action
Betye Saar: Taking Care of Business
Broken Orchestra
Call Center Blues
Hiplet: Because We Can
Lions in the Corner
Mizuko (Water Child)
Modern Whore
No Crying at the Dinner Table
Quilt Fever

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