The Argentinean film XXY was awarded the Bangkok Film Festival's top prize, the Golden Kinnaree, on Saturday. The jury prize was won by China's Lost in Beijing, while James Lee's Before We Fall in Love Again won a separate all-Asian competition. Attendance was up at the Friday and Saturday screenings, and seminars conducted on such issues as piracy and censorship were well attended, despite remarks by panelists that some observers described as "pedantic." The censorship discussion on Saturday began with a film montage of comments on the issue from young people, ending with one young man denouncing dictatorship - and being cut off. Meanwhile, the head of the Tourism Authority of Thailand said Sunday that while the TAT is pleased with the results of this year's festival, it will need support from other government agencies to mount a large-scale film festival again next year.