The festival has announced its winners and The Tale Of Princess Kaguya, Alleluia and The Babadook are among the more popular choices.
Alamo Drafthouse and Fantastic Fest co-founder Tim League and Louis Black presented critic Leonard Maltin with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
The festival runs in Austin, Texas, from September 18-25. For further details about all the winners click here.
Audience Award presented by Maxwell Locke & Ritter:
The Tale Of Princess Kaguya, Isao Takahata.
Next Wave Spotlight Competition presented by Dell Precision:
Best Picture: It Follows, David Robert Mitchell
Best Director: Miroslav Slaboshpitsky, The Tribe
Best Screenplay: David Robert Mitchell, It Follows
Best Actor: Lou Taylor Pucci, Spring
Best Actress: Amy Everson, Felt.
Best Picture: Alleluia, Fabrice Du Welz
Best Director: Fabrice Du Welz, Alleluia
Best Screenplay: Tetsuya Nakashima, Maiko Tedano and Nobuhiro Monma, The World Of Kanako
Best Actor: Laurent Lucas, Alleluia
Best Actress: Lola Dueñas, Alleluia.
Best Picture: The Babadook (pictured), Jennifer Kent
Best Screenplay: Jennifer Kent, The Babadook
Best Director: Martín De Salvo, Darkness By Day
Best Actor: Noah Wiseman, The Babadook
Best Actress: Essie Davis, The Babadook.
Gutbuster Comedy Features:
Best Picture: Dead Snow 2: Red Vs Dead, Tommy Wirkola
Best Director: Hans Petter Moland, In Order Of Disappearance
Best Screenplay: Vegar Hoel, Stig Frode Henriksen and Tommy Wirkola, Dead Snow 2: Red Vs Dead
Best Actor: Pål Sverre Hagen, In Order Of Disappearance
Best Actress: Sylvia Hoeks, Bros Before Hos.
Best Picture: Kung Fu Elliot, Jaret Belliveau
Best Director: Tim Grabham, Jasper Sharp, The Creeping Garden.