SXSW Announces Audience Awards

First Match, All Square lead narratives

The jury has already spoken; now the masses get their say. After SXSW announced its competition winners, now the audience awards are out, with extra screenings to cram in tonight before the film festival closes out.

SXSW Audience award winner TransMilitary gets a prize and another screening today

Documentary Feature Competition: TransMilitary (D: Gabriel Silverman, Fiona Dawson)
Screens tonight: Alamo Lamar, 4:30pm

Documentary Spotlight: The Dawn Wall (D: Josh Lowell, Peter Mortimer)
Screen tonight: Stateside Theatre, 5pm

Visions: Profile (D: Timur Bekmambetov)
Screens tonight: Alamo Lamar B, 5:15pm

Global: Virus Tropical (D: Santiago Caicedo)
Screens tonight: Alamo Ritz, 5:30pm

Narrative Feature Competition: First Match (D: Olivia Newman)
Screens tonight: Alamo Lamar, 7:30pm

24 Beats Per Second: Ruben Blades Is Not My Name (D: Abner Benaim)
Screen tonight: Alamo Ritz, 7:30pm

Narrative Spotlight: All Square (D: John Hyams)
Screens tonight: Stateside Theatre, 8pm

Headliners: Isle of Dogs (D: Wes Anderson)
Screens tonight: Paramount Theatre, 8pm

Festival Favorite: Science Fair (D: Cristina Costantini, Darren Foster)
Screens tonight: Alamo Lamar, 8:15pm

Midnighters: Upgrade (D: Leigh Whannell)
Screens tonight: Alamo Lamar, 11pm

Excellence in Title Design: #19 – OFFF Barcelona 2017 (D: Eve Duhamel, Julien Vallee)

Episodic: Vida (D: Alonso Ruizpalacios, So Yong Kim)

Congratulations to all the winners, who join the previously announced grand jury award winners.

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