Tonight in Austin the awards for this year's top films at Fantastic Fest were announced. Find out who won both the audience and juried awards after the jump.
Let's look at horror first... The big winners this year were Kidnapped, A Horrible Way to Die, and the Korean thriller Bedevilled. Kidnapped nabbed two prizes -- Best Horror Picture and Best Director (for Miguel Ángel Vivas), while A Horrible Way won Best Screenplay (Simon Barrett), Best Actor (A J Bowen), and Best Actress (Amy Seimetz).
Meanwhile Bedevilled broke out of its genre to score the Audience Award for its director, Jang Cheol-so.
In the short film category, Best Horror Short went to Legend of Beaver Dam (director Jerome Sable), and the Honorable Mention "Best Potential" went to Deus Irae (director Pedro Cristiani).
Here's a list of winners in all categories...
Bedevilled (Jang Cheol-so)
Runners Up: Golden Slumber, Rubber, Ip Man 2
AMD & DELL "NEXT WAVE" SPOTLIGHT COMPETITION
Best Picture: We Are What We Are
Best Director: Thomas Cappelen Malling (Norwegian Ninja)
Best Screenplay: Jorge Michel Grau (We Are What We Are)
Best Actor: Mads Ousdal (Norwegian Ninja)
Best Actress: Seo Yeong-hee (Bedevilled)
Best Picture: Kidnapped
Best Director: Miguel Ángel Vivas (Kidnapped)
Best Screenplay: Simon Barrett (A Horrible Way to Die)
Best Actor: A J Bowen (A Horrible Way to Die)
Best Actress: Amy Seimetz (A Horrible Way to Die)
Best Picture: Sound of Noise
Best Director: Pablo Trapero (Carancho)
Best Screenplay: Shion Sono and Yoshiki Takahashi (Cold Fish)
Best Actor: Stellan Skarsgård (Somewhat Gentle Man)
Best Actress: Martina Gusman (Carancho)
Best Horror Short: Legend of Beaver Dam (Jerome Sable)
Honorable Mention - Best Potential: Deus Irae (Pedro Cristiani)
Best Fantastic Short: Sorry...I Love You (Leticia Dolera)
Best Animated Short: Teclópolis (Javier Mrad)