The Golden Calves jury, consisting of Andre van Duren, Pieter Fleury, Ronald Giphart, Brigit Hillenius, Jannie Langbroek, Reinier Selen and chairman Paula van der Oest gave awards in 17 categories.
The KPN Audience Award voted on by the 125,000 attendees of the festival went to another family film, Mischa Kamp's Where is Winky's Horse' The film wins a 25,000 euro cash prize to be spent on an online media campaign.
The night's other big winner was Mijke de Jong's intense family drama Stages (Tussenstand), which won the director prize for de Jong as well as the best actress Calf for Elsie de Brauw, best sound and the KNF Award given by the Circle Of Dutch Film Journalists.
Dutch Oscar submission Duska won only one award for supporting actress Sylvia Hoeks, Peter Greenaway's Nightwatching, also produced by Kasander, took two Calves, one for Greenaway's screenplay and one for production design, and Nanouk Leopold's highly regarded Wolfsbergen won two prizes for cinematography and supporting actor Jan Decleir.
See below for a full list of Calves winners.
Meanwhile, Holland Film Meeting (HFM) head Ellis Driessen said that the five-day HFM which finished last Monday had been 'very productive with real results.'
Of the projects in the Netherlands Production Platform (NPP), several secured co-producers and sales agents.
Hans de Weers' Eyeworks Egmond hopes to sign Germany's Joachim Von Vietinghoff of Von Vietinghoff Filmproduktion as a co-producer before the end of this year on its new Marleen Gorris project My Father's Notebook.
Dutch project Cold from director Bea De Visser struck a deal with Berlin-based MDC International to handle international sales. Several other co-production arrangements are pending, and Driessen said that one of the hottest projects was Irish horror film The Wake Wood to be directed by David Keating (The Last Of The High Kings) and written and co-produced by Brendan McCarthy.
Among the other international producers attending the HFM were Cedomir Kolar of ASAP Films in Paris, Julie Baines of DAN Films in London and Pierre Spengler of Clubdeal Ltd in London.
Holland Film Meeting is backed by the Dutch Film Fund, the MEDIA Programme of the European Union, the Ministry Of Education, Culture & Science and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Full list of Golden Calf winners
Best feature film Crusade In Jeans Kees Kasander, producer
Special jury award Halina Reijn & Fedja van Huet The Prince And The Girl
KPN Audience Award Where Is Wincky's Horse' Mischa Kamp
KNF Award Stages Mijke de Jong
Best documentary Jimmy Rosenberg - The Father, The Son & The Talent Jeroen Berkvens
Best TV drama The Prince And The Girl Peter de Baan
Best director Mijke de Jong Stages
Best actor Marcel Hensema Wild Romance
Best actress Elsie de Brauw Stages
Best male supporting role Jan Decleir Wolfsbergen
Best female supporting role Sylvia Hoeks Duska
Best screenplay Peter Greenaway Nightwatching
Best cinematography Richard van Oosterhout Wolfsbergen
Best production design Maarten Piersma Nightwatching
Best editing Herman P Koerts Crusade In Jeans
Best soundtrack Vincent van Warmerdam Kicks
Best sound Mark Glynne, Kees de Groot, Joost Roskam & Pepijn Aben Stages
Best short film Anna van der Heide Missiepoo16
Best short documentary Simone de Vries Touch Me Someplace