The 10th Annual Bermuda Film Festival came to a close at the weekend, with the Mary-Jean Mitchell Green Award for Best Narrative Feature going to Dror Shaul's Israeli drama Sweet Mud and Sean Ellis' UK comedy Cashback.

Linda Hattendorf's Cats Of Mirikitani won best documentary honours, with special mentions going to Living With Lew and Beyond The Call.

Diego Quemada-Diez' I Want To Be A Pilot won the M3 Wireless Bermuda Shorts Award, and there were special mentions for My Backyard by Bermudian film-maker Choy Aming and T.O.M. by Tom Brown and Daniel Gray.

Robert Favreau's A Sunday In Kigali claimed the Bacardi Limited Audience Choice Award.

The festival ran from Mar 16-24 and screened 85 films from 32 countries. For more details visit the official website at