The American Film Institute's AFI Fest wrapped up its festivities on Sunday, drawing to a close the 20th edition of L.A.'s longest-running film festival. And what would a festival be without winners?

The jury favored movies about war. The grand prize for best feature went to Munyurangabo, about an orphan of the Rwanda genocide in search of justice. Directed by Lee Isaac Chung (who is Korean-American), the film premiered at Cannes earlier this year and is one of only a handful of films ever made in the Rwandan language of Kinyarwanda.

For best documentary, the jury chose two: Afghan Muscles, about bodybuilding in the war-torn country, and Operation Filmmaker, in which an American director tries to help an Iraqi film student.

The prize for short film went to Nash Edgerton's Spider, while Josh Raskin's I Met the Walrus was named best animated short.

The audience awards were, as usual, completely different. Festivalgoers voted Julian Schnabel's buzz-heavy The Diving Bell and the Butterfly best feature, with Jeffrey Schwarz's Spine Tingler! The William Castle Story best documentary. Best short was Kids + Money, by Lauren Greenfield.

The jury winners each get $5,000 worth of Eastman Kodak Motion Picture Film stock and Entertainment Partners Budgeting and Scheduling software package. The audience winners, meanwhile, get an AVID Technology Suite and Entertainment Partners Budgeting and Scheduling software package.
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