CARANCHO the Big Winner at Argentina's Cóndor de Plata Awards

Pablo Trapero's noir thriller Carancho (pictured) was the big winner at the 59th edition of the Silver Condor's Award that has held last night at the Teatro Avenida in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Trapero's film won in four of the nine categories for which was nominated including the awards for Best Film and Best Director. Héctor Olivera's El mural / The Mural, about a trip to Argentina made by Mexican muralist David Siqueiros to paint a mural,  also won four awards including the one for Best Supporting Actress for Ana Celentano. The Uruguayan film Gigante by Adrián Biniez won the award for Best Ibero American film, whilst Natalia Smirnoff Rompecabeza / Puzzle was awarded as Best First Film. Created in 1942, the Cóndor de Plata Award is given by the Argentine Film Critics Association.