Austin Film Festival 1998 Award Winners


Screenplays

Adult Category

Winner: Who Would You Rather Sleep With?
by Kate Hawley

Runners-Up:

Anna Blue by David L. Hudachek

Happy Hour by Richard Levine and
Mike Bien Civenga

Family Category

Winner: The Queen's Mark by John Culton

Films

Feature Films

Winner: La Cucaracha, written by
James McManus, directed by Jack Perez

1st Runner-Up: Show & Tell, written and directed by Dean Pollack

2nd Runner-Up: Chow Bella, written and directed by Gavin Grazer

Short Films

Winner: The Wager, written and directed by Aaron Woodley

1st Runner-Up: The Great Coagulator, written and directed by Geoffrey Chadwick

2nd Runner-Up: Advice From My Therapist, written by Cheryl Guerierro,
directed by Gregory J. Rhem

Student Shorts

Winner: Second Skin, written and directed by Amy Talkington

1st Runner-Up: Sound Sleep, written and directed by Pagan Harleman

2nd Runner-Up: Ethan's Tuesday, written and directed by Amy Dean

Film Competition Judges:

Debra Hill, Stephen Nemeth (Rhino Pictures), Trevor Albert (Ocean Pictures), Dale Launer (screenwriter, My Cousin Vinny, Ruthless People), Lisa Harrison (20th Century Fox), Amie Stein (MTV Films), Kate Haise (Nu Image), Harry Knowles (Ain't It Cool News)

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