The 19th Seagate Foyle FilmFestival wrapped yesterday in Northern Ireland after 10 days of screenings and other activities withthe presentation of its Stella Artois Film Awards.

Paul Andrew Williams' London To Brightoncontinued its winning streak by capturing the best feature film prize. Bestdocumentary was The Real Dirt On Farmer John by Taggart Siegel.

Other winners were bestIrish short to The White Dress byVanessa Gildea, best international short to Aliceor Life in Black and White by Belgium's Sophie Schoukens, and best animation to Mr. Schwartz, Mr. Hazen and Mr. Horlockerby Stefan Muller. Those three winners are now eligible for Academy Awardconsideration.

"The Stella Artois FilmAwards at Foyle aim to encourage independent artists,inspire risk-taking and encourage diversity in the arts," said Kathryn Darby of Stella Artois."Going by the range and scope of entries the Festival received this year, I amhappy to say the team has achieved that once again."