Havana.- Cuban film ”Últimos días en La Habana” by Fernando Pérez won today most collateral prizes in the 38th International Festival of New Latin American Cinema, which runs in this capital city until Sunday.
The film was given the greatest support online amid fiction feature films in the survey carried out by the Foundation of New Latin American Cinema with the Award Cibervoto, which seeks to identify the most popular films.
Full list of collateral awards given in the 38th International Festival of New Latin American Cinema.
Unicef Award for ‘Esteban’ (Cuba)
United Nations Award Unete, for ‘Rara’ (Chile)
Sara Gomez Award, from the Network of Cuban Women Directors for ‘El techo’ (Cuba) and ‘La mujer del animal’ (Colombia)
Cibervoto Award, from the Foundation of New Latin American Cinema, for ‘Ultimos dias en La Habana’ (Cuba), ‘Oscuro animal’ (Colombia), ‘Caparazon’ (Cuba), ‘Cinema Novo’ (Brazil), ‘Chatarra’ (Uruguay)
Don Quijote Award, from the International Federation of Cinema Clubs, for ‘Ultimos dias en La Habana’ (Cuba) and mention for ‘Aquarius’ (Brazil)
El Megano Award, from the Cuban Cinema Clubs of Cuba, for ‘Ultimos dias en La Habana’ (Cuba)
Roque Dalton Award, from Radio Habana Cuba, for ‘Aquiarius’ (Brazil)
Casa de las Americas Award for ‘Los nadie’ (Colombia)
Camino Award, from the Martin Luther King Center for ‘El Amparo’ (Venezuela) Award from the Association of Cinema, Radio and Television from the Union of Cuban Writers and Artists for ‘Neruda’ (Chile)
Vigia Award, from the secondary venue of the 38th International Festival of New Latin American Cinema in Matanzas, for ‘Esteban’ (Cuba)
Award of the Circle of Culture from the Union of Journalists of Cuba for ‘El techo’ (Cuba)
Award of the Cuban Association of Cinema Press for ‘El ciudadano ilustre’ (Argentina). (PL)
Periodico26.cu, December 15, 2016