Pablo Larraín's POST MORTEM Wins Cartagena Film Festival

The 51st edition of the Cartagena International Film Festival that comes to a close today announced that the Chilean film Post Mortem by Pablo Larraín won the prize as Best Fiction Film. The jury composed by Mexican filmmaker Arturo Ripstein, Sundance programmer Caroline Libresco and
Screen International's editor Mike Goodridge decided to give a Special Jury Prize to the Peruvian film October by Daniel and Diego Vega. The Uruguayan film La vida útil / A Useful Life by Federico Veiroj was the winner of the Fipresci Award, whilst the Colombian film Pequeñas voces by Jairo Carrillo and Oscar Andrade and La sociedad del semáforo by Rubén Mendoza, took the prize as Best Documentary Film and Best Colombian Film respectively.