Andrea Staka's Das Fraulein has added the Heart ofSarajevo Award for best film at the 12th Sarajevo FilmFestival to its Golden Leopard win at Locarno.

Marija Skaricic was also named best actress award for her part in the tale of three women from the former Yugoslavia dealing with their past, present and future.

Rakan Rushaidat from Croatian-Bosnian-Serbian All For Free, directed by Antonio Nuic, was thebest actor.

The special jury award went to Bosnian Faruk Loncarevic's Mum 'n'Dad, and a special mention was given to Romanian RaduMuntean's Paper Will Be Blue.

In the documentary competition, CroatianIvona Juka's Facing The Day received the mainaward, while Serbian Janko Baljak's Vukovar- The Final Cut took the Human Rights award.

Slovenian Marko Santic's Good Luck Nedim was awarded with Heart of Sarajevo for the best short film, andCroatian Tanja Golic's It's Not That I Know, That's Just The Way It Is and Greek Yiannis Gaitanidis' Thought Of The Day got special mentions.

The audience award went to The Road ToGuantanamo.

Festival director Mirsad Purivatra andMarco Mueller, director of the Venice Film Festival presented annual honoraryHeart of Sarajevo awards to Mike Leigh and Gavrilo Grahovac, the minister ofculture of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The festival hosted tributes to Bela Tarr and Abel Ferrara, presenting retrospectives of their films, including a full-lengthscreening of Tarr's 435-minutes Satantango.

The festival closed with an out-of-competition screening of PedroAlmodovar's Volver.