Lee Isaac Chung's Munyurangabo was named AFI FEST 2007's winner of the grand jury prize for international feature competition.

Andreas Mol Dalsgaard's Afghan Muscles and Nina Davenport's Operation Filmmaker shared the International documentary grand jury prize.

The shorts jury prize went to Nash Edgerton's Spider, while a special award for best animated short went to Josh Raskind's I Met The Walrus.

Julian Schnabel's The Diving Bell And The Butterfly won the Audience Award for best feature, while Jeffrey Schwarz' Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story and Lauren Greenfield's Kids + Money won the Audience Awards in the documentary and short sections, respectively.

The winner of the Audi Truth In Art competition was Michael Addis' documentary Heckler.

'As with the all of the films we had at AFI FEST this year, the films in the competitive categories included really accomplished and inspired work from a diverse group of talented film-makers,' AFI FEST artistic director Rose Kuo said. 'I know the members of our jury had a particularly difficult time singling out one film.'