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SXSW: 2013 Film Award winners are...

By EW staff
updated 10:27 AM EDT, Wed March 13, 2013
The SXSW festival announced juried honors at an awards ceremony at the Paramount Theater in Austin.
The SXSW festival announced juried honors at an awards ceremony at the Paramount Theater in Austin.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • The South by Soutwest festival has announced juried honors
  • The Audience Award winners from the fest will be announced Saturday
  • "Burma" and "Short Term 12" won for narrative feature

(EW.com) -- The South by Soutwest festival announced juried honors in narrative and documentary feature, short film, design, and special categories at an awards ceremony held tonight at the Paramount Theater in Austin. The Audience Award winners from the fest will be announced Saturday.

And the winners are:

Narrative Feature

Grand Jury Winner: "Short Term 12," directed by Deston Cretton

Special Jury Prize For Ensemble Cast: "Burma"

Documentary Feature

Grand Jury Winner: "William And The Windmill"

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Short Film Jury Awards

Narrative Short: "Ellen is Leaving," directed by Michelle Savill

Documentary Short: "SLOMO," directed by Josh Izenberg

Midnight Short: "The Apocalypse," directed by Andrew Zuchero

Animated Short: "Oh Willy...," directed by Emma De Swaef & Marc James Roe

Music Video: "Stamina" by Vitalic, directed by Saman Keshavarz

Texas High School Short: "The Benefactress," directed by Alina Vega

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SXSW Film Design Awards

Excellence in Poster Design: Akiko Stehrenberger, "Kiss of the Damned"

Excellence in Title Design: Pablo González, "Joven & Alocada"

SXSW Special Awards

Chicken & Egg Narrative Woman Director Award: Hannah Fidell, "A Teacher"

Louis Black 'Lone Star' Award: Geoff Marslett, "Loves Her Gun"

Karen Schmeer Film Editing Fellowship: Jim Hession

Read all of EW's SXSW film coverage here.

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