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“Mission,” “When You’re Strange” Lead Additional SXSW Audience Winners

"Mission," "When You're Strange" Lead Additional SXSW Audience Winners

The South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival announced additional Audience Award-winners today from the Spotlight Premieres, Emerging Visions, Lone Star States, 24 Beats Per Second and Midnighters categories. Among them were Mike Woolf’s “Richard Garriott – Man on a Mission” in the Spotlight program, Henry Joost and Jody Lee Lipes’ “NY Export: Opus Jazz” in the Emerging Visions program, and Tom DiCillo’s “When You’re Strange – a film about The Doors” in the 24 Beats Per Second program.

This follows last week’s announcement of competition winners, which included Jim Bigham & Mark Moormann’s “For Once In My Life” in the documentary category and Will Canon’s “Brotherhood” in the narrative category.

The complete list of additional 2010 SXSW Film Festival Audience Award winners:

Feature Film Audience Awards

Winner: Richard Garriott – Man on a Mission
Director: Mike Woolf

Winner: NY Export: Opus Jazz
Director: Henry Joost and Jody Lee Lipes

Winner: When You’re Strange – a film about the Doors
Director: Tom DiCillo

Winner: Thunder Soul
Director: Mark Landsman

Winner: Tucker and Dale vs. Evil
Director: Eli Craig

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