The Los Angeles Film Festival ended with a screening of the Universal/Illumination animated film Despicable Me after the awards were handed out. Winning the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature was the Christopher Morris-directed Four Lions, and the Audience Award for Best Documentary went to the Mark Landsman-directed Thunder Soul. The Audience Award for Best International Feature went to the Roberto Hernandez/Geoffrey Smith-directed Presumed Guilty. The Short Film Award went to the James Blagden-directed Dock Ellis & The Incredible No-No. Earlier, the Jury Narrative Award went to Pernille Fischer Christensen-directed A Family and the Jury Documentary Award went to the J. Clay Tweel-directed Make Believe.
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