BEST IN THE FEST:
Women He’s Undressed
Last Cab to Darwin
The Birth of Saké
Miss Sharon Jones!
My Internship in Canada
Everything is Copy
Labyrinth of Lies
A Heavy Heart
The Brand New Testament
Made in Bangkok
Liz in September
Death by Death
Mercedes-Benz Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature
Labyrinth of Lies (Germany), directed by Giulio Ricciarelli.
The runner-up narrative films included: 1944 (Estonia), The Brand New Testament (Belgium), The Carer (Hungary), Eye in the Sky (UK), The Fencer (Finland), Liz in September (Venezuela), Mustang (France), My Internship in Canada (Canada), Viva (Ireland) and A War (Denmark), Everything is Copy (USA) directed by Jacob Bernstein.
Mercedes-Benz Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature
Everything is Copy (USA) directed by Jacob Bernstein and Nick Hooker.
The runner-up documentary films included: A Good American (Austria), Made in Bangkok (Mexico), Miss Sharon Jones! (USA), Sherpa (Australia) and Where to Invade Next (USA).
FIPRESCI Prize for Best Foreign Language Film of the Year
The Assassin (Taiwan), directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien
FIPRESCI Prize for the Best Actor of the Year in a Foreign Language Film
Sigurður Sigurjónsson and Theodór Júlíusson from Rams (Iceland)
FIPRESCI Prize for Best Actress of the Year in a Foreign Language Film
Alena Mihulová from Home Care (Czech Republic)
New Voices/New Visions Award
Winner: Death By Death (Belgium/France), directed by Xavier Seron
Special Mention: Thithi (India/US), directed by Raam Reddy
The John Schlesinger Award
The Birth of Saké (Japan), directed by Erik Shirai
HP Bridging the Borders Award
Umrika (India), directed by Prashant Nair