The 48th Chicago International Film Festival announced the Audience Choice Awards on Friday (26).

Audiences received ballots at every public screening during the two-week event and ranked films on a five-point scale. Votes were tallied and averaged so each film had an equal opportunity to win the award.

The Audience Choice Award for Best Narrative Feature was a tie between Travis Fine’s Any Day Now and Dustin Hoffman’s feature directorial debut Quartet.

The best documentary prize went to The Central Park Five by Ken Burns, Sarah Burns and David McMahon.

The festival ran from Oct 11-25.