'Skin' takes top honors at Pan African film fest

'Prince of Broadway,' 'Cuba' also nab awards

Anthony Fabian's "Skin" earned both jury favorite and audience favorite awards at the 17th annual Pan African Film Festival, which concluded Monday in Culver City.

"Skin" stars Sophie Okonedo in the true story of a woman, born of white parents in apartheid South Africa, who looked black.

Other top honors went to the U.S. film "Prince of Broadway," best narrative feature; France's "Cuba: An African Odyssey," best documentary feature; and the Bahamas' "Rain" for best director -- first feature.