The prizes were awarded during a crowd-pulling closing ceremony at the Yaounde Conference Centre.After seven days of film projections and workshops, Ghislain Roméo Zafack's "Zagor" was awarded best Camer oonian documentary meanwhile Alphonse Ongolo's "Mayebe" received the best Cameroonian short film award and Ferdinand Songho's "La Fin d'un Supplice" bagged best feature.The three films were amongst 24 Cameroonian movies selected to compete in this year's Ecrans Noirs film festival alongside films from over 20 other African countries.Apart from film, actors were also in the spotlight as Elizabeth Cynthia went home with the prize of best actress meanwhile Chinepo Cosson was awarded best actor.In the category of 'Ten days for a movie', "Toi et moi" by Steve Wilfried Kamdeu stood out amongst three shortlisted finalists.His prize package includes a training in cinema in Berlin, Germany.It was all joy and excitement during the closing ceremony as many visitors to this year's weeklong Ecrans Noirs film festival hailed the organisers for a better event and hoped for even more interesting editions ahead.Below is the full list of awards at the end of the 21st edition of the Ecrans Noirs film festival:1. 2017 Ecrans d'Or: Children of the Mountain by Priscilla Anany (Ghana)2. Best international documentary: Kemtiyu of William Ousmane Mbaye3. Best international short film: Incurable of Daren Parker4. Best Cameroonian film: Life Point of Achille Brice5. Best Cameroonian short film: Mayebe of Alphonse Ongolo6. Best Cameroonian actor: Chinepoh Cosson7. Best Cameroonian actress: Cynthia Elizabeth8. Best African series: Aphasie of Hyacinthe Hounsou9. Special jury prize: Kalushi10. Second special jury prize: Kati Kati11. Third special jury prize: Djambar12. Winner of 'Ten days for a movie':Steve Kamdeu, Director of Toi et Moi.Eleanor Ayuketah