The six-day festival closed on Sunday evening (Apr 15) with a red carpet and gala 10th anniversary fete that included the LA premiere of Prashant Bhargava’s Patang and the presentation of awards.

The festival’s Grand Jury prizes went to Karan Gour’s Corrode for best feature and Gemma Atwal’s Marathon Boy for best documentary.

Rajan Khosa’s Gattu took the audience award for best narrative feature while Gotham Chopra’s Decoding Deepak took corresponding documentary honours.

“This milestone anniversary has truly led to an incredible celebration year and has become our most successful festival yet,” festival founder Christina Marouda said. “IFFLA is proud to be a catalyst for Indian filmmakers and cinema in Hollywood.”

The festival ran from Apr 10-15.