Scenes from the 11th Annual Austin Film Festival

Scenes from the 11th Annual Austin Film Festival
Photo By John Anderson

Clockwise from top left: Writer/actor Garry Shandling (The Larry Sanders Show, It's Garry Shandling's Show) at Garry Shandling: Up Close and Personal; writer/director Barry Levinson (Diner, Tin Men) at his Driskill panel; and writer/director Dylan Kidd (Roger Dodger) at the Q&A following the screening of his new film, P.S., at the Paramount. Levinson received the Distinguished Screenwriter Award, and Shandling was the recipient of the Outstanding Television Award at the festival's Awards Luncheon Saturday.

2004 AFF Competition Winners

Narrative Feature: Cape of Good Hope (Mark Bamford)

Narrative Short: "Genesis 3:19 " (Dany Saadia)

Documentary Feature: WMD: Weapons of Mass Deception (Danny Schechter)

Documentary Short: "Parents of the Year" (James Scurlock)

Narrative Student Short: The Last Full Measure (Alexandra Kerry)

Best Sound: The Graffiti Artist (James Bolton)

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