Bosnian director JasmilaZbanic's Grbavica, which won theGolden Bear at this year's Berlinale, received the Discovery of the Year Awardat the third Reykjavik International Film Festival, which ended Sunday. Grbavica follows a mother and her12-year-old daughter struggling to make their way through the aftermath of theBalkan war.

In the New Visionscompetition of 14 features, the international jury presided over by UK director Pawel Pawlikowski gave a special mention toHungarian director Agnes Kocsis' FreshAir (Friss levego).

UK director Andrea Arnold's Cannes contender, Red Road, landed the international critics' FIPRESCI prize,while the Ecumenical Prize was given to German director Chris Kraus' Four Minutes (Vier Minuten). Danishdirector Niels Arden Oplev's We Shall Overcome (Drommen)took the majority of votes for the Audience Award.

Festival guests included twoof the Tipton Three, Rhuhel Ahmed and Asif Iqbal - British-born Muslims, whowere detained by US forces in Afghanistan, and subsequently sent to be imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay.Their story is told by UK directors Michael Winterbottom and Mat Whitecross inThe Road to Guantanamo, which theysupported at the Reykjavik showcase.

Also, Iceland's president Olafur Ragnar Grimsson presentedCanadian director Atom Egoyan with the festival's Creative Excellency Award.Egoyan, Russian director Aleksandr Sokurov and Serbian director GoranPaskaljevic were honoured with special sidebars.