Cine Las Americas Announces Winners

'Las Malas Intenciones' awarded the narrative jury prize

Cine Las Americas Announces Winners

Like us, you're probably still recovering from the most film/music/art/wine & cheese-packed weekend since SXSW (which was, egads, only last month), but the votes are tallied and Cine Las Americas has announced their winners. Official Chrongratulations to one and all, and kudos to CLA for another terrific fest.

Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature: Las malas intenciones (The Bad Intentions), Dir. Rosario Garcia-Montero, Peru

Special Jury Award for Individual Performance: Kisha Tikina Burgos (Under My Nails), Dir. Arí Maniel Cruz, USA/Puerto Rico

Special Jury Award for Ensemble Performance: Andrés Almeida, Jessy Bulbo El lenguaje de los machetes (Machete Language), Dir. Kyzza Terrazas, Mexico

Jury Award for Best Documentary Feature: El árbol de las fresas (The Strawberry Tree), Dir. Simone Rapisarda Casanova, Canada/Cuba

Special Jury Mention for Documentary Feature: Morir de pie (Die Standing Up), Dir. Jacaranda Correa, Mexico

Jury Award for Best Narrative Short: Amaqqut Nunaat (The Country Of Wolves), Dir. Neil Christopher, Canada

Special Jury Award for Individual Performance in Narrative Short Film: Jazmine Zapata Morante Pescadora (Fisherwoman), Dir. Daniel Enrique García, Peru/USA

Jury Award for Best Documentary Short: Paraíso, Dir. Nadav Kurtz, USA

Special Jury Mention for Documentary Short: pt.es, Dir. Pedro Sena Nunes, Portugal

Texas Archive of the Moving Image Hecho En Tejas Award: Canción del cuerpo (Song Of The Body), Dir. Andrew Segovia, Gabriela Alcalá, USA

Hecho en Tejas Honorable Mention: All She Can, Dir. Amy Wendel, USA

Audience Award for Narrative Feature: Las malas intenciones (The Bad Intentions), Dir. Rosario Garcia-Montero, Peru

Audience Award for Documentary Feature: La maleta mexicana (The Mexican Suitcase), Dir. Trisha Ziff, Mexico/USA

Emergencia Youth Film Competition Audience Award: Piolas, Paúl, Dir. Adrián Macías, Ecuador

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