Fantastic Fest Awards

'You're Next' and 'Bullhead' come out big winners

<i>You're Next</i>
You're Next

Audience Award

Winner: A Boy and His Samurai

Runners-up: You're Next, Juan of the Dead

AMD & Dell 'Next Wave' Spotlight Competition

Best Picture: Bullhead

Best Director: Michael R. Roskam (Bullhead)

Best Screenplay: Josh MacDonald (The Corridor)

Best Actor: Matthias Schoenaerts (Bullhead)

Best Actress: Jessica Cole (Aardvark)

Special Jury Award for Boldness Of Vision: Beyond the Black Rainbow

Horror Features

Best Picture: You're Next

Best Director: Adam Wingard (You're Next)

Best Screenplay: Simon Barrett (You're Next)

Best Actor: Sean Harris (A Lonely Place To Die)

Best Actress: Sharni Vinson (You're Next)

Fantastic Features

Best Picture: Milocrorze: A Love Story

Best Director: Noboru Iguchi (Karate Robo Zaborgar)

Best Screenplay: Olafur Egilsson, Grimur Haonarson (Summerland)

Best Actor: Julián Villagrán (Extraterrestrial)

Best Actress: Sawa Masaki (Underwater Love)

Gutbuster Comedy Features

Best Picture: Clown

Best Director: Steffen Haars, Flip Van Der Kuil (New Kids Turbo)

Best Screenplay: Casper Christensen, Frank Hvam (Clown)

Short Fuse: Horror Shorts

Winner: "How To Rid Your Lover of a Negative Emotion Caused by You"

Runner-up: "The Unliving"

Special Jury Award for Outstanding Achievement in Special Effects and General Badassery: "Brutal Relax"

Fantastic Shorts

Best Fantastic Short: "Decapoda Shock"

Runner-up: "All Men Are Called Robert"

Special Jury Mention for Acting: Robert Picardo ("The Candidate")

Drawn and Quartered: Animated Shorts

Best Animated Short: "Last Norwegian Troll"

Runner-up: "Lazarov"

For more dispatches from Fantastic Fest, see

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