The 28th Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival wrapped up last weekend in Clermont-Ferrand, France. "Fais de Beaux Reves" by Marilyne Canto received the Grand Prix in the festival's National Competition. "Le Mammouth Pobalski" by Jacques Mitsch received the Audience Prize in the same category. The category's Special Jury Prize was given to Samuel Collardey's "Du Soleil en Hiver." In the International Competition, "Medianeras" by Gustavo Taretto (Argentina) took top honors. "Hibernation" by John Williams (U.K.) was awarded the Audience Prize, and the Special Jury Prize went to Heng Tang's "The Last Chip" (Australia). Jacques Thelemaque's "Transaction" was honored with the Grand Prix in the Lab Competition. Both "City Paradise" by Gaelle Denis and "90 Degrees" by Francois Roisin, Raphael Martinez Bachel and Jules Janaud received the category's Audience Prize. For a complete list of winners, visit the festival website. [M.L. Liu]