France's Annecy animation festival wrapped on Saturday night with highest honours going to Tony Yeun's Chinese/Hong Kong co-production My Life As McDull.
The film, which will be released theatrically in France on July 2, tells the story of a pig, McDull, who lives with his mother in Hong Kong but dreams of going to the Maldive Islands.
The top award for a short film also went to an Asian director, Japan's Koji Yamamura for Atama Yama.
Australian Adam Benjamin Elliot took home the jury prize, the audience award and the prize given by the international federation of film journalists for his claymation Harvie Krumpet.
The press award was split between Harvie Krumpet and Oïo from Canada's Simon Goulet.
Other awards included best promotional film or advert which went to Robota by Doug Chiang; a prize for the best video which was given to Super Furry Animals' It's Not The End Of The World by France's Laurent and David Nicolas; best film school film went to Bulgaria's Kalina Vutova for her Sunday Evening; and the prize for best film made for the Internet went to Canada's Craig Marshall for Touch Me Now.