NEW YORK, April 30 (UPI) -- "When We Leave," "Dog Pound," "Monica & David" and "The Arbor" won prizes in juried world competitions at New York's Tribeca Film Festival, organizers said.
The winners were announced at a ceremony Thursday night.
"The award-winning films selected by the jury each features strong characters and subjects; these films challenge you to see the world from another perspective," festival co-founder Jane Rosenthal said in a statement. "I wish all the filmmakers continued success and hope that they will bring their work back to Tribeca in the years to come."
The Founders Award for Best Narrative Feature went to "When We Leave," directed and written by Feo Aladag. The film also earned Sibel Kekilli the Best Actress in a Narrative Feature Film honor.
The prize for Best New Narrative Filmmaker was presented to Kim Chapiron for "Dog Pound."
Eric Elmosnino garnered the honor for Best Actor in a Narrative Feature Film for his work in "Gainsbourg, Je t'Aime … Moi Non Plus."
"Monica & David" took the gong for Best Documentary Feature, while "The Arbor" director Clio Barnard won the accolade for Best New Documentary Filmmaker.