Los Angeles’ awesome Screamfest has wrapped up another great year with its annual awards ceremony in Hollywood, and B-D was on hand to see who won big. The big winner of the night was F. Javier Gutiérrez’s Tres Dias (Before The Fall), which took home three awards, for editing, actor Víctor Clavijo, and Gutiérrez’s directing. And Ti West’s House Of The Devil also won big, for best actress (Jocelin Donahue) and best score (Jeff Grace). Best Picture went to Tom Six’s Human Centipede, an award that was accepted by the hilarious Akihiro Kitamura, who plays the “head” of the film’s titular experiment. Best Short film awards went to Thibault Emin (Else) and Erwin van den Eshof (Harry Doright). All in all a great year; grats to the winners, and we will see you again in 2010!
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