SXSW Film Reviews

<i>Over the Hills and Far Away</i>
Over the Hills and Far Away

Final Audience Awards Announced

SXSW announced two more audience awards near the end of the Festival: Iron Maiden: Flight 666 (D: Scot McFadyen, Sam Dunn) took Best in Show for the 24 Beats per Second sidebar, and Over the Hills and Far Away (D: Michel Orion Scott), about one Austin family's struggle with living with autism, won Best in Show for the Lone Star States sidebar. You can read more about both films, as well as find all our prior SXSW 09 Film reviews and Conference coverage, at

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