The Second Jaipur International Film Festival concluded in Jaipur on Sunday with "Le Grand Sault", a Canadian entry, winning the award for the Best short film.
The 15 minute film has been made by Herve Demers of Canada.
While Amfuem made by Rainer Strecker of Germany won the Best Sound award, the Best Script and Best Editing awards were conferred on Spain's Mario de la Torre for the film La Condena (Sentence) and Jesus Perez-Miranda for the film Dear Child Jesus.
The Best Critic Award went to New York Film Academy film maker Naman Goyal for his short fiction film An Affair With New York.
In the Indian section, S Prince Ennnares Periyar's film Thira on Gujarat's communal violence and Anurag Sharma's film "It can't be red" on the Jaipur serial blasts were given the Special Jury Mention and Special Jury Award respectively.
The Best Director award was received by Vinoo Choliparambil for his short fiction film Vitthal while Ravi Williams and Roshani Bhati got the best documentary award for their film Lamsena, a love story of the tribe Baiga.
The Best Cinematography award was conferred to Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni for his short fiction Gaarud.
Best Rajasthan Film was given away to Jal Chitran of Jal Bhagirathi Foundation for the documentary Mandli ke badte kadam.