The results are in from the recently concluded Sitges Film Festival, which ran from October 1st-12th in Catalonia, Spain, and Duncan Jones’ hauntingly beautiful Moon (review here) left its competition in the dust.
Here’s the rundown of the major winners selected by the jury, which consisted of Neil Marshall, Amanda Plummer, Tuomas Riskala, John Saxon, and Jordi Battle Caminal, courtesy of the official Sitges website:
Best Short Film
One of Those Days by Hattie Dalton
The Boy Who Wouldn’t Kill by Linus de Paoli
Best Production Design (Sponsored by Parc Audiovisual de Catalunya)
Tony Noble for Moon
Best Make Up FX
Kaatje Van Damme for Mr. Nobody
Best Special Effects
C.O.R.E. Digital Pictures, Mac Guff, BUF for Splice
Best Original Soundtrack
Teresa Barrozo for Kinatay
Benoit Debie for Enter the Void
Nathan Parker, based on the original story of Duncan Jones, for Moon
(tie) Elena Anaya for Hierro and Kim Ok-vin for Thirst
Sam Rockwell for Moon
Brillante Mendoza for Kinatay
Special Jury Award
Enter the Void by Gaspar Noé
Best Motion Picture
Moon by Duncan Jones
In addition, the Audience Award went to Ruben Fleischer’s Zombieland, and [REC]2 by Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza received the Ben & Jerry’s Award. For more, visit the fest’s official site.
Congratulations to all the winners!
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