The sixth annual Indian Film Festival Of Los Angeles finished on Sunday with the announcement that Richie Mehta's Amal, which opened the festival last Tuesday, won the Grand Jury Prize for best narrative feature and Yunus Vally's The Glow Of White Women won the Grand Jury Prize for best documentary.

Shivajee Chandrabhushan's Frozen won a special mention in the narrative category and Liz Mermin's Shot In Bombay won a special mention in the documentary category.

Atul Sabwarhal's Midnight Lost And Found won the award for best short.

Audience awards went to Manish Acharya's Loins Of Punjab Presents in the narrative section, to Christopher Mitchell's Super 30 in the documentary section and to Preeya Nair's Quamar - Working To Live in the short section.

The narrative feature jury was composed of film-maker Nishikant Kamat (Dombivli Fast), actress Nancy Kwan and actor Sendhil Ramamurthy (TV's Heroes).

The documentary jury was composed of film-maker Shonali Bose (Lifting The Veil, Amu), festival programmer John Nein and producer Susan West.

The shorts jury was composed of director NIsha Ganatra (Chutney Popcorn, Cake), festival founder Sarah Hoch and producer/actress Meredith Scott Lynn.

'This year's slate of films represented the most diverse and wide spectrum of style and art being produced by the Indian filmmaking industry today,' said IFFLA director Christina Marouda in a statement. 'This year's festival took a significant step toward not just presenting the filmmakers works to the public but also becoming an important business portal to India.'