International filmmakers and co-productionsdominated the prizes as the fourth annual Tribeca Film Festival wrapped onSaturday night.

Chinese filmmaker Li Shaoshong's Stolen Life (Sheng Si Jie) won the Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature,with Italian Pietro Reggiani receiving a Special Mention for My Brother's Summer. Netherlands-Hungaryco-production El Perro Negro: StoriesFrom The Spanish Civil War, directed by Peter Forgacs, won the BestDocumentary Feature prize. Marshall Curry's StreetFight won the Audience Award.

Alicia Scherson won the Best New NarrativeFilmmaker prize for Play, aChile-Argentina co-production and Jeff Zimbalist and Matt Mochary won the BestNew Documentary Filmmaker award for Brazil-US co-production Favela Rising. Cees Geel, the star ofEddy Terstall's Dutch drama Simon wonthe actor prize while Felicity Huffman took the actress prize for her role as atranssexual in Duncan Tucker's Transamerica.

Georgia Lee's Red Doors was judged Best Made in New York Narrative Feature, withAlexandria Brodsky's Bittersweet Placereceiving a Special Mention in the category. NY Loves Film Documentary prizewent to US-France co-production RikersHigh from director Victor Buhler. John Kirby's The American Ruling Class, which dubs itself a dramatic documentarymusical, earned a special mention.

The Tribeca All Access Creative PromiseAward for Narrative Feature went to TheLife & Times Of H.J. Hermin by Dennis Lee while Usama Alshaibi's Nice Bombs won the documentary prize inthe same programme and Mario de La Vega won the screenwriting prize for The Undeniable Charm Of Sloppy Unruh.

A host of famous faces was on hand to handout the prizes including Tim Robbins, Denis Leary, Rosie Perez and GriffinDunne and Eddie Izzard. The festival presented more than 250 films from 45countries.