The 14th Raindance FilmFestival closed its 12-day event in London with Eduado Mignogna's The Wind, an Argentine family drama, taking its top jury prize.

The festival closed with ascreening of Ed Blum's UK feature Scenes Of A SexualNature.

Paul Andrew Williamscontinued his winning streak for London To Brighton by claiming Raindance's Best UK Featureprize (it previously won awards in Edinburgh and Dinard.)

Best Documentary was RickiStern and Annie Sundberg's The Trials ofDarryl Hunt and Best Debut Feature was Marco Martins' Alice.

The best short was EmilyHarris and Yori Bentorim's Three Towers and best UK short was Osbert Parker's Film Noir while Jonathan Hopkins' Goodbye Mr Snuggles won the Tiscali Short Film Award and CarlZeitmann's Temerario won the SAE Digital Short Film Award. Australian short Booth Story by Edwin McGill and Kasimir Burgess was named DieselFilm Of The Festival.

This year's Raindance jurorsincluded Lou Reed, Marky Ramone, Kevin Macdonald, Matthew Libatique, AntonCorbijn, Parminder Nagra and Judi Dench.