SXSW Film Announces Audience Awards

SXSW Film announces Audience Awards and additional screenings

The audience and the juries are in total agreement about the best Narrative Feature and Documentary Feature Competition films at SXSW 2015. In both tallies, KRISHA took the Narrative award and Peace Officer took the Documentary. Both films plus all the Audience Award winners will screen again tonight. The list is below:

Uncle Kent 2

NARRATIVE FEATURE COMPETITION Audience Award Winner: KRISHA Director: Trey Edward Shults

DOCUMENTARY FEATURE COMPETITION Audience Award Winner: Peace Officer Directors: Scott Christopherson, Brad Barber

HEADLINERS Audience Award Winner: Hello, My Name Is Doris Director: Michael Showalter

NARRATIVE SPOTLIGHT Audience Award Winner: The Little Death Director: Josh Lawson

DOCUMENTARY SPOTLIGHT Audience Award Winner: A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story Story Director: Sara Hirsh Bordo

VISIONS Audience Award Winner: Uncle Kent 2 Director: Todd Rohal

MIDNIGHTERS Audience Award Winner: Turbo Kid Director: RKSS Collective

EPISODIC Audience Award Winner: Mr. Robot Creator/Executive Producer: Sam Esmail

24 BEATS PER SECOND Audience Award Winner: Landfill Harmonic Directors: Brad Allgood, Graham Townsley

SXGLOBAL Audience Award Winner: Kings of Nowhere Director: Betzabé García

FESTIVAL FAVORITES Audience Award Winner: The Look of Silence Director: Joshua Oppenheimer

A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Valasquez Story
SXSW Film Design Awards

EXCELLENCE IN POSTER DESIGN Audience Award Winner: Pink Grapefruit Designer: Simon Dargan for Musta Lunta

EXCELLENCE IN TITLE DESIGN Audience Award Winner: The Fitzroy Designers: Chris Tozer, Marko Anstice

The Little Death

Here's the final night's schedule of award screenings:

Audience Award: 24 Beats Per Second
Landfill Harmonic
Alamo Ritz, 6:15pm

Audience Award: Documentary Feature Competition
Peace Officer
Alamo Lamar B, 9pm

Audience Award: Documentary Spotlight
A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story
Stateside Theatre, 9:30pm

Audience Award: Episodic
Mr. Robot
Vimeo Theater, 9:30pm

Audience Award: Festival Favorites
The Look of Silence
Topfer Theatre at ZACH, 9:30pm

Audience Award: Midnighters
Turbo Kid
Alamo Lamar B, 11:59pm

Audience Award: Narrative Feature
Alamo Lamar A, 9:30pm

Audience Award: Narrative Spotlight
The Little Death
Topfer Theatre at ZACH, 6:45pm

Audience Award: SXGlobal
Kings of Nowhere
Alamo Lamar C, 10:00pm

Audience Award: Visions
Uncle Kent 2
Alamo Ritz, 9:30pm

No Additional Screenings:
Hello, My Name Is Doris

The Look of Silence

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SXSW Film 2015, Audience Award Winners, KRISHA, Peace Officer, Hello, My Name Is Doris, The Little Death, A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story, The Turbo Kid, Mr. Robot, Landfill Harmonic, Kings of Nowhere, The Look of Silence, Pink Grapefruit, The Fitzroy

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