The fifth International Film and Literature Forum wrapped in Monaco on Sunday withMichel Hazanavicius' OSS 117 taking the topprize for best cinematic adaptation.

The retro-styled film, which also had its premiere during the event,stars Jean Dujardin in the role of a special agentwho takes himself a bit too seriously. The film is based on the books by JeanBruce and was produced by Eric and Nicolas Altmayer'sMandarin Films.

The prize for the most adaptable book went to La MaisonNoire by Michel Grisolia and the prize for themost adaptable comic went to Durand & Marazano's Cuervos.

Trophies were also handed out for best adaptation screenwriter to JeremyLeven, who notably wrote The Legend Of Bagger Vance, for his body of work while Patrick Braoude and Aissa Djabri were named best producers of an adaptation for theirfilm Iznogoud.

The Forum has gained momentum over its short life by running one of theworld's only adaptation markets and this year inaugurated a parallel remakemarket.

Attendance was strong with such authors as Paolo Coelho and Dai Sijie appearing at the event. A last minute cancellation,however, meant that film-maker Luc Besson did not putin an appearance.