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iW NEWS | "Cronoscrimines" and "Mirageman" Among Top Fantastic Fest Winners

By Indiewire | Indiewire September 29, 2007 at 2:36AM

Austin, Texas' Fantastic Fest closed Thursday with Nacho Vigalondo "Cronoscrimines" (Timecrimes) winning the Best Feature prize, while Ernesto Diaz Espinoza's "Mirageman" won the top audience award. "The Fifth" by Ryan Levin took best screenplay as well as best actor for Sam Lloyd, while Bianca Rusu won best actress for her role in "Demonolgy of Desire." In the "Fantastic Features Competition," the "gold medal" went to "Offscreen" by Christoffer Boe, while the "silver medal" went to "Never Belongs to Me" by Ki-woong Nam and Jo Beom-jin took the "bronze" for "Aachi and Ssipak." Fantastic Fest took place September 20 - 27. For more information, visit the festival's website. [Brian Brooks]
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Austin, Texas' Fantastic Fest closed Thursday with Nacho Vigalondo "Cronoscrimines" (Timecrimes) winning the Best Feature prize, while Ernesto Diaz Espinoza's "Mirageman" won the top audience award. "The Fifth" by Ryan Levin took best screenplay as well as best actor for Sam Lloyd, while Bianca Rusu won best actress for her role in "Demonolgy of Desire." In the "Fantastic Features Competition," the "gold medal" went to "Offscreen" by Christoffer Boe, while the "silver medal" went to "Never Belongs to Me" by Ki-woong Nam and Jo Beom-jin took the "bronze" for "Aachi and Ssipak." Fantastic Fest took place September 20 - 27. For more information, visit the festival's website. [Brian Brooks]







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