Denmark's NATfilmfestival wrapped Sunday with its audience award going to Jonathan Demme's concert film NeilYoung: Heart of Gold. The film gets a prize of about $20,560 (17,000 Euro)for Danish theatrical distribution support. The award also includes a TV deal withlocal public broadcaster DR.

TV5MONDE-Critics' award, which carries a prize of $4,232 (3,500 Euros), went toAustralian feature Look Both Ways bySarah Watt.

The Natsvaermer Award, given to a new talent in Danish film,went to Pernille Fischer Christensen for her debut A Soap, which shared the Berlinale's Silver Bear.

The17th edition of NATfilm wrapped with a solid 36,500ticket count. The numbers are not a new high for the festival, but the resultis among the festival's better years.

Thefestival's closing night film was the world premiere of ChristofferBoe's Offscreen.