A Canadian film has won the top prize at the 16th Pacific Documentary Film Festival in French Polynesia.
The film 'Anote's Ark' by Matthieu Rytz looked at the plight of Kiribati in the face of climate change.
The special prize of the jury went to 'Island of the Hungry Ghosts' from Austrian director Gabrielle Brady.
The prize of the public went to a local production 'Patutiki, the art of tattooing of the Marquesas Islands' by Heretu Tetahiotupa and Christophe Cordier.
About 30,000 people attended the week-long event in Papeete.