RuxandraZenide's Ryna triumphed at the 11thannual Cinema Tout Ecran in Geneva.

TheSwiss/Romanian co-production picked up the best film and Fipresci prizes.

Rynais the story of a 16-year-old girl, brought up as a boy by her despotic father,and now searching for her mother.

Kim Novak Never Swam In Genesaret's Lakeby Sweden's Martin Asphaug won the best production award and best actor for itsco-leads Anton Lundqvist and Jesper Adefelt.

Mairead McKinley was named best actress in Germany's Molly's Way directed by Emily Atef with aspecial mention to Jeremy Peter Allen's Canadian drama Manners Of Dying.

Thejury was headed by British director Peter Kominsky, whose hard-hittingdocumentary The Government Inspectorwas screened at the event.

Cinema Tout Ecran is a festivalcombining television and film as well as a small market and a sidebarfor Swiss cinema.

Running alongsidethe event is the Geneva Select Market which this year attracted 35 Europeanbuyers to see around 350 films and series.

Markethead Ceyla Reverdin is hoping to expand further next year, carving out a niche witha very selective programme.

forviewing at the market which is the only one of its kind in the country.