SXSW Film Award Winners

And the winners are...

They're just wrapping things up at the SXSW Film Awards Ceremony, which means the embargo's lifted and it's time for us to drop some knowledge. See winners after the jump.

Be sure to check out the Chronicle’s daily issues (March 13-15) for reviews and interviews with Festival award winners. And, of course, keep checking here for continuing coverage of the film fest.

JURY AWARDS

Reel Shorts
Winner: (tie) “Warlord” (D: David Garrett); “Small Apartment” (D: Andrew T. Betzer)
Special Jury Award: “The Second Line” D: John Magary

Animated Shorts
Winner: “Madame Tutli-Putli” (D: Chris Lavis & Maciek Szczerbowski)
Special Jury Award: “I hate you don’t touch me, or Bat and Hat” (D: Becky James)

Experimental Shorts
Winner: “Safari” (D: Catherine Chalmers)
Special Jury Award: “Upwards March” (D: Kaveh Nabatian)

SXSW Wholphin Award
Winner: “Glory at Sea” (D: Benjamin Zeitlin)

Music Videos
Winner: TV on the Radio, “Me-I” (D: Mixtape Club & Daniel Garcia)
Special Jury Award: (tie) Group Sounds, “Temporarily in Love” (D: Randy Scott Slavin); Cornelius, “Fit Song” (D: Keigo Oyamada & Koichiro Tsujikawa)

Texas High School Competition
Winner: “Picnic” (D: Wesley Bronez)
Special Jury Award: “Inflections” (D: Matthew Campbell)

ON Networks Greenlight Award
Best Original Production: The Guild (D: Jane Selle Morgan)
Best Original Series Idea: Knock Off (W: Brandi-Ann Milbradt)

Documentary Feature
Grand Jury Award: They Killed Sister Dorothy (D: Daniel Junge)
Special Jury Award: Full Battle Rattle (D: Tony Gerber & Jesse Moss)

Narrative Feature
Grand Jury Award: Wellness (D: Jake Mahaffy)
Special Jury Award for Cinematography: Explicit Ills (D: Mark Webber)
Special Jury Award for Best Ensemble Cast: Up With Me (D: Greg Takoudes)

AUDIENCE AWARDS

Emerging Visions
Winner: In a Dream (D: Jeremiah Zagar)

Documentary Feature
Winner: They Killed Sister Dorothy (D: Daniel Junge)

Narrative Feature
Winner: Explicit Ills (D: Mark Webber)

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