Fans have been waiting awhile to watch Duncan Jones' eagerly-anticipated follow-up to 'Moon,' 'Source Code,' and they weren't disappointed when the film made its official debut on opening night of the 2011 SXSW Film Festival. Read our 'Source Code' review.

For Jones this was his first directorial outing for a major studio off a script he didn't write, but all you need is 10 minutes of 'Source Code' to convince you this guy is the real deal; a director we'll definitely want to keep an eye on in the years to come. 'Source Code' stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a soldier who wakes up to find himself in the body of some random dude who's eight minutes away from blowing up -- along with the train he's riding on -- thanks to a terrorist's bomb that's planted somewhere onboard.

A new experimental military program called 'Source Code' is what allows this soldier to take over the body of someone else, and it's up to him to try to identify the bomber (in eight-minute chunks) before he bombs someplace else. Cinematical sat down for a few minutes at SXSW with Duncan Jones, and spoke to him about the film, what he enjoyed most about making it, and where we can expect to see him go from here (hint: it won't be to one of those 'Blade Runner' prequels or sequels).

Watch our video chat after the jump, and you can scope out 'Source Code' when it hits theaters April 1st.
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Source Code
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