Natasha Arthy's Danishcomedy Old, New, Borrowed And Bluewon the grand jury prize in the international feature competition section atthis year's AFI FEST in Los Angeles.

The festival closedwith the world premiere screening of Patty Jenkins' Monster last night, although the jury awards wereannounced on Friday night.

Old,New, Borrowed And Blue, whichreceived its US premiere in AFI FEST, stars Sidse Babett Knudsen as a womanabout to be married who is faced with an overbearing mother-in-law, a suicidalsister and the reappearance of a charming rogue.

Thejury consisted of journalist Robert Abele and film-makers Tony Bui and KarynKusama.

Winner of theinternational documentary competition was LisaGay Hamilton's Beah: A Black WomanSpeaks, while the shortscompetition grand jury prize went to Gutavo Loza's Silencio Profundo with an honorable special mention to AmericanMade directed by Sharat Raju.