Tom Hooper’s The King’s Speech has won the narrative audience award at the Hampton’s International Film Festival.

Jill Andresevic’s Love Etc took the documentary audience award and Alice Nellis’ Mamas & Papas won the Golden Starfish Award Narrative Prize, as well as the Zicherman Family Foundation Screenplay honour.

The award for The King’s Speech (pictured), produced by See-Saw Films and Bedlam Productions, will be a boost for the likely awards season contender. Starring Colin Firth as the UK’s King George VI, the film is set for US release through The Weinstein Company on November 24.

The full list of Hamptons award winners, named in the festival’s closing ceremony on Sunday [10], is as follows:

Audience Award Narrative:
The King’s Speech, directed by Tom Hooper

Audience Award Documentary:
Love Etc, directed by Jill Andresevic

Golden Starfish Award Narrative Prize:
Mamas & Papas, directed by Alice Nellis

Zicherman Family Foundation Screenplay Winner:
Mamas & Papas, directed by Alice Nellis

Documentary Jury Winner:
Circo, directed by Aaron Schock

Conflict and Resolution Jury winner:
My So-Called Enemy, directed by Lisa Gossels

Short Film Winner:
Born Sweet, directed by Cynthia Wade

Investigation Discovery Award for Excellence in Journalism:
The House of Suh, directed by Iris Shim

Wouter Barendrecht Pioneering Vision Award:
Shit Year, directed by Cam Archer

Kodak Award for Best Cinematography:
Heartbeats, directed by Xavier Dolan

Victor Rabinowitz and Joanne Grant Award for Social Justice:
No Tomorrow, directed by Roger Weisberg and Vanessa Roth

Babelgum Award Winner:
Coalition of the Willing, Knife Party (UK)