Prizes at the 20th Avignon Film Festival were handed out Friday with the Best French Film going to Comme Si De Rien N'Etait by Pierre Olivier, who also took home a screenwriting award.
Top honours for a European film went to Le Ventre De Juliette by Martin Provost and best US film went to Interview With The Assassin by Neil Burger.
The awards, called 'Tournages,' come with the perks of an ad campaign on French cable bouquet Cine Cinemas, Kodak film, Final Draft software and free subtitling for the winners' next film.
The Panavision prize for short films went to La Lettre Du Caire by France's Frederic Jolfre and Surveillances by America's Jay Weisman. The Vision Prize went to cinematographer Jean Marc Bouzou for Eric Vallette's Malefique (also a winner at Gerardmer) from France.
American Deborah Prior won a screenwriting award handed out by France's equivalent to the WGA for her work on Briary Patch from director Zev Berman. For music, the film composers union handed out a prize to Christophe Rezai for Emmanuel Saada's Soleils Divers.
Best documentary went to The Other Final by Johan Kramer and the special jury prize went to Peter Callahan's Last Ball.