Frozen, directed by Shivaji Chandrabhushan, was awarded with the special prize of the jury at this year's MAMI International Film Festival in Mumbai, which closed March 13 with a screening of Naomi Kawase's The Mourning Forest.

Meanwhile Marathi-language Tingya was awarded best Indian film by both the five-member international jury and the three-member FIPRESCI jury.

Actress Swati Sen received a special mention for her role in the film Antardwandwa and Darsheel Safari bagged the best child actor award for his debut role as a dyslexic child in Aamir Khan's Tare Zameen Par.

Dimensions Mumbai, a competition for five-minute digital films aimed at nurturing a new generation of filmmakers, gave its top prize to Vaapsi by Srinivas Sunderrajan.

At the same event, actor Dharmendra received a lifetime achievement award from chief guest, veteran actor-director Dev Anand.

Other awardees were Rishi Kapoor for significant contribution to cinema over 25 years, Gulzar for outstanding contribution to Indian film music as lyrics writer and the Kodak Award for Technical Excellence went to Hitendra Ghosh. Spanish director Carlos Saura received the global lifetime achievement award.

Presented by Reliance Big Entertainment, the week-long annual festival screened more than 140 films from around the world.