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Colombia was awarded best film on Saturday in the Peruvian capital, while Brazilian actors recieved prizes for best performance, Uruguay won best director, and Cuba received the Public's Award. (Photo: Colombian film "Gente de Bien" won an award last night at the Lima Film Festival). 

Colombian director Franco Lolli received the main prize for his Gente de Bien (Good People), which tells the story of the precarious relationship between a child and his father.

The Juror's Choice was awarded to the Argentine movie Jauja, by Lisandro Alonso and starring Viggo Mortensen among others. The movie is about a mythical land of abundance and happiness.

Brazilian actors Leandra Leal and Milhem Cortaz, starring in Fernando Coimbra's Lobo Detrás de la Puerta, (Wolf behind the Door) were rewarded for their performance in a love triangle story.

The prize for best director was given to Uruguayan Manuel Nieto for his work in El Lugar del Hijo (The Militant), which narrates the story of Ariel, a student-activist on the path of the strange legacy that his father left him after his death.

The Public's Choice was awarded to the Cuban production Conducta, about the relationship of a teacher and a child who suffers from familial violence with a drug-addicted mother and other behavioral issues.

The prize for best director was given to Uruguayan Manuel Nieto for his work in El Lugar del Hijo (The Militant), which narrates the story of Ariel, a student-activist on the path of the strange legacy that his father left him after his death.

(Fuente:TeleSur)