FF2012: Fantastic Fest Awards

'I Declare War' and 'Flicker' take top prizes

Swedish film Flicker took the Best Picture prize in the New Wave Spotlight Competition.
Swedish film Flicker took the Best Picture prize in the New Wave Spotlight Competition.

In case you weren't following last night's live tweeting (@ACScreens) from the Chronicle's Richard Whittaker (aka The Kilted One), here's the Fantastic Fest Awards tally.

AUDIENCE AWARD (Presented by Maxwell Locke & Ritter)
I Declare War (dir. Robert Wilson & Jason Lapeyre)  

AMD "NEXT WAVE" SPOTLIGHT COMPETITION
Best Picture: Flicker (dir. Patrik Eklund)  
Best Director: Charles de Lauzirika (Crave)   
Best Screenplay: Max Porcelijn (Plan C)  
Best Actor: Michael Eklund (Errors of the Human Body)  
Best Actress: Alina Levshin (Combat Girls)   

FANTASTIC FEATURES
Best Picture: Vanishing Waves (dir. Kristina Buozyte)  
Best Director: Kristina Buozyte (Vanishing Waves)  
Best Screenplay: Bruno Samper, Kristina Buozyte (Vanishing Waves)  
Best Actor: Rene Bitorajac (Vegetarian Cannibal)  
Best Actress: Jurga Jutaite (Vanishing Waves)   

HORROR FEATURES
Best Picture: Here Comes the Devil (dir. Adrián García Bogliano)  
Best Screenplay: Adrián García Bogliano (Here Comes the Devil)  
Best Director: Adrián García Bogliano (Here Comes the Devil)
Special mention: Hajime Ohata (Henge)  
Best Actor: Francisco Barreiro (Here Comes the Devil)  
Best Actress: Laura Caro (Here Comes the Devil)
Special Mention: Katherine Isabel (American Mary)   

GUTBUSTER COMEDY FEATURES
Best Picture: New Kids Nitro (dir. Steffen Haars & Flip Van der Kuil)  
Best Director: Dario Russo (Danger 5)  
Best Screenplay: John Mitchell (The History of Future Folk)  
Best Actor: Chapman To (Vulgaria)  
Best Actress: Rina Takeda (Dead Sushi)   

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES
Best Picture: The American Scream (dir. Michael Stephenson)  
Best Director: Rodney Ascher (Room 237)    

SHORT FUSE: HORROR SHORTS
Winner: “At The Formal” (Andrew Kavanagh, Australia)
Runner-up: “The Sleepover” (Chris Cullari, USA)   

FANTASTIC SHORTS
Winner: “Record/Play” (Jesse Atlas, USA)
Runner-up: “Love” (Kaveh Nabatian, Canada)   

DRAWN AND QUARTERED: ANIMATED SHORTS
Winner: “Bendito Machine IV” (Jossie Malis, Spain)
Runner-up: “Tram” (Michaela Pavlátová, Czech Republic)

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