Short films from Kosovo, France, the US and Switzerland are among the winners at the Palm Springs International ShortFest.

The Palm Springs International ShortFest has given its Best of Festival Award to Daniel Mulloly’s Home (pictured), from Kosovo, and its Grand Jury Award to Vincent Maury’s Minh Tâm, from France.

Nearly 20 other shorts from the 327 that screened at the event, which bills itself as the largest short film festival and only short film market in North America, also won awards.

The winner of the Best of Festival award gets a $5,000 cash prize and may be eligible to submit their film to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for Oscar consideration. The Grand Jury award comes with a $2,000 cash prize.

The jury – comprising David Ansen, Jeremy Boxer, Zorianna Kit, Molly Parker, Rachel Samuels and Alison Willmore – gave ShortFest’s Panavision Best North American Short award to La Laguna, from Mexico’s Aaron Schock, and the Future Filmmaker Award to Limbo, from Greece’sKonstantina Kotzamani.

In the event’s non-student competition, whose winners may also be eligible for Oscar consideration, Alexa Lim Haas and Bernardo Britto’s Glove, from the US, was named Best Animated Short; Marc Wilkins’ Bon Voyage, from Switzerland, Best Live Action Short over 15 minutes; andNathalie Álvarez Mesén’s Filip, from Sweden,Best Live Action short15 minutes and under.

Best Documentary Short went to Clínica de Migrantes: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, from the US, by Maxim Pozdorovkin. Best Student Animation was Mr Madila, from the UK’s Rory Waudby-Tolley. Ondrej Hudecek’s Peacock, from the Czech Republic, was Best Student Live Action Short over 15 minutes. And Anna Cazenave-Cambet’s Gabber Lover (France) was Best Student Live Action Short 15 minutes and under. I, Destini(US), by Nicholas Pilarski and Destini Riley, was named Best Student Documentary Short.