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Fantastic Fest 2010: Award Winners

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The award winners for 2010 Fantastic Fest have been announced. winners were chosen from a team of selected jurors. “The juries were comprised of some of the most esteemed filmmakers, critics, festival directors and show biz people in the industry. Their thoughtful deliberations provided the following acknowledgments of cinematic excellence in all things Fantastic: The audience awards are presented by accounting firm Maxwell Locke & Ritter, who provided the certified tabulation of ballots this year. AMD and Dell are the presenters of prestigious “Next Wave” Awards, which honor emerging filmmakers.” The full listing of the 2010 Fantastic Fest winners is below.

AUDIENCE AWARD

Bedevilled (Jang Cheol-so)

Runners Up: Golden Slumber, Rubber, Ip Man 2

AMD & DELL “NEXT WAVE” SPOTLIGHT COMPETITION

Best Picture: We Are What We Are

Best Director: Thomas Cappelen Malling (Norwegian Ninja)

Best Screenplay: Jorge Michel Grau (We Are What We Are)

Best Actor: Mads Ousdal (Norwegian Ninja)

Best Actress: Ji Sung-won (Bedevilled)

HORROR FEATURES

Best Picture: Kidnapped

Best Director: Miguel Ángel Vivas (Kidnapped)

Best Screenplay: Simon Barrett (A Horrible Way to Die)

Best Actor: A J Bowen (A Horrible Way to Die)

Best Actress: Amy Seimetz (A Horrible Way to Die)

FANTASTIC FEATURES

Best Picture: Sound of Noise

Best Director: Pablo Trapero (Carancho)

Best Screenplay: Shion Sono and Yoshiki Takahashi (Cold Fish)

Best Actor: Stellan Skarsgård (Somewhat Gentle Man)

Best Actress: Martina Gusman (Carancho)

HORROR SHORTS

Best Horror Short: Legend of Beaver Dam (Jerome Sable)

Honorable Mention – Best Potential: Deus Irae (Pedro Cristiani)

FANTASTIC SHORTS

Best Fantastic Short: Sorry…I Love You (Leticia Dolera)

ANIMATED SHORTS

Best Animated Short: Teclópolis (Javier Mrad)

Source: FantasticFest

 

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