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SXSW film festival's finale brings Zac Efron, Dennis Quaid and stars of 'The East'

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SXSW's film festival wrapped up with more big star sightings.

Actors Dennis Quaid and Zac Efron play father and son in the upcoming movie "At Any Price."

The family drama follows the fall out between a farm owner father and his rebellious son. For Efron it's a role he says shows a growing maturity in the roles he's choosing.

"It was definitely something different for me but I felt him, I felt this guy. It think he kind of represents our generation now, in a big way, but yeah it's kind of hard to play a rebellious son against Dennis cause I just wanted to high five him the whole time," said Efron.

"At Any Price" is scheduled to play in theaters next fall.

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Stars of the upcoming thriller "The East" did the honors as the festival's closing night film.
The cast includes Ellen Page, Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgård who all hit red carpet for the final bow.

"We'll I certainly hope they save the best for last but I guess we'll have to see what the audience makes of that but really it's an honor to close the festival. There have been a lot of great movies that have been playing here, there's some that I didn't get a chance to see that I'm excited to see, but it's an honor to close the festival and I hope it's on a good note," said Marling.

Marling stars in "The East" as corporate spy who goes undercover with a group of anarchist who plot to attack major corporations that secretly harm the environment.
It opens in theaters later this Spring.

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