A Prophet wins the London Film Festival

The gongs have been given. Who got what?

The London Film Festival has folded its tent for another year, and Jacques Audiard's A Prophet took Best Film.

At the event held at London's Inner Temple, Best British Newcomer went to The Scouting Book For Boys director Jack Thorne, and the Sutherland Award was nabbed by Scandar Copti bad Yaron Shani for Ajami.

The Grierson Award - given to the best documentary of the fest - was handed to Yoav Shamir's Defamation.

Finally, the BFI Fellowships - the highest accolade that the British Film Institute bestows - were handed out to John Hurt and director Souleymane Cisse.

[Source: BFI]