Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" was the big winner at this year's Seattle Film Festival, beating out "How to Train Your Dragon 2" and "The Fault in Our Stars" to win the Golden Space Needle Award for best film.

Linklater also won best director, and Patricia Arquette was feted with best actress for her performance in "Boyhood."

Meanwhile, "Keep On Keepin' On" won best documentary, and actor Dawid Ogrodnik of "Life Feels Good" and short film "Fool's Day" also took home Golden Needle Awards.

In competition, Carlos Marques-Marcet nabbed best new director for "10,000KM." "Marmato" and "Red Knot" also recieved top competition awards.

"Dear White People" was honored in the Futurewave and Youth Jury Awards, as was "Belle & Sebastien."

The Seattle Film Festival is a 25-day event that began May 15. It features 452 films representing 83 countries, including 44 world premieres, 30 North American premieres and 14 U.S. premieres.

The full winners list is below.

Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklater (USA 2014)

First runner-up: Life Feels Good, directed by Maciej Pieprzyca (Poland 2013)
Second runner-up: How to Train Your Dragon 2, directed by Dean DeBlois (USA 2014)
Third runner-up: The Fault in Our Stars, directed by Josh Boone (USA 2014)
Fourth runner-up: Big in Japan, directed by John Jeffcoat (USA 2014)

Keep On Keepin' On, directed by Alan Hicks (USA 2014)

First runner-up: Alive Inside: A Story of Music & Memory, directed by Michael Rossato-Bennett (USA 2014)
Second runner-up: I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story, directed by Dave LaMattina, Chad Walker (USA 2014)
Third runner-up: Strictly Sacred: The Story of Girl Trouble, directed by Isaac Olsen (USA 2014)
Fourth runner-up: The Case Against 8, directed by Ben Cotner, Ryan White (USA 2014)