The inaugural International Emerging Talent Film Festival ended Tuesday night in Monte Carlo, Monaco, with the festival's Wing Award for best feature going to Satanas by Andres Baiz from Columbia/Mexico.

Best director, feature, went to Tai-Sik Kim for Driving With My Wife's Lover (Korea), while best director, short, went to Lily Coates for The Cat And Claudia (Australia).

Best short was Cricket Head by Grant Greenberg (US/South Africa), whose appearance by Cathy Curtin also won the best actress prize.

The best actor award was shared by Damian Alcazar for Satanas and Kwang-Jung Park for Driving With My Wife's Lover.

The cinematography award was given to Sun-Bon Jang for Driving With My Wife's Lover.

The festival opened with Thom Fitzgerald's AIDS crisis drama and ended with Paul Freedman's documentary Sand And Sorrow, the Darfur project narrated by George Clooney. Freedman also won the festival's Inspiration Award.

The festival aims to support emerging talents from around the world, including from areas who lack film resources. The festival's underlying foundation will host an educational event in Ethiopia later this year.

During the three-day event, organisers presented 22 films from emerging film-makers in 20 countries in competition.

The festival is also notable for its green practices and the fact that all of its screenings were digital, thanks for UFO Europe.