Austin Film Festival Crowns 'Sparrows Dance' Best Narrative Feature
"Informant" takes the prize for best documentary film.
Writer-director Noah Buschel's Sparrows Dance was named best narrative feature at the Austin Film Festival, which announced its 2012 film competition winners Sunday. Jamie Meltzer's Informant took the prize for best documentary feature.
The complete list of winners follows:
Narrative Feature: Sparrows Dance, writer-director Noah Buschel
Documentary Feature: Informant, director Jamie Meltzer
Narrative Short: Asad, writer-director Bryan Buckley
Narrative Student Short: Hatch, writer-director Christoph Kuschnig, writer Karl Goldblat
Animated Short: Head Over Heels, writer-director Timothy Reckart
Documentary Short: See The Dirt, directors Chelsea Hernandez and Erik Mauck
Young Filmmakers Competition: Crumbs, director Nicco Vasquez, writer Keith Limon
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