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Awards

Argentinean Film Critics Association Awards

2015 Nominated
Silver Condor
Best Film (Mejor Película)
Jauja (2014)
Best Director (Mejor Director)
Jauja (2014)
2002 Nominated
Silver Condor
Best First Film (Mejor Ópera Prima)
La libertad (2001)

Cannes Film Festival

2014 Won
FIPRESCI Prize
Un Certain Regard
Jauja (2014)
Nominated
Un Certain Regard Award
Jauja (2014)
2008 Nominated
C.I.C.A.E. Award
Liverpool (2008)
2004 Nominated
C.I.C.A.E. Award
Los muertos (2004)
2001 Nominated
Golden Camera
La libertad (2001)
Nominated
Un Certain Regard Award
La libertad (2001)

Ghent International Film Festival

2014 Won
Special Mention
Jauja (2014)

Gijón International Film Festival

2008 Won
Grand Prix Asturias
Liverpool (2008)

Golden Apricot Yerevan International Film Festival

2005 Won
Jury Special Prize
Best Film
Los muertos (2004)

Hamburg Film Festival

2008 Nominated
Critics Award
Liverpool (2008)

Karlovy Vary International Film Festival

2005 Won
Independent Camera
Los muertos (2004)

Lima Latin American Film Festival

2004 Won
Critics Award
Los muertos (2004)
Tied with Días de Santiago (2004).

Mar del Plata Film Festival

2014 Nominated
Best Film
International Competition
Jauja (2014)

Oslo Films from the South Festival

2001 Won
FIPRESCI Prize
La libertad (2001)

For a genuine and authentic film, going back to cinematically and human roots to reflect universal ... More

For a genuine and authentic film, going back to cinematically and human roots to reflect universal values.


Premios Fénix (Fenix Film Awards)

2014 Nominated
Premio Fénix
Best Director
Jauja (2014)
Best Screenplay
Jauja (2014)
Shared with:

Rotterdam International Film Festival

2015 Nominated
Big Screen Award
Jauja (2014)
Nominated
KNF Award
Jauja (2014)
2002 Won
FIPRESCI Prize - Special Mention
La libertad (2001)
For the way it is telling with extremely simple means an essential story about surviving.
Won
KNF Award - Special Mention
La libertad (2001)

Torino Film Festival

2004 Won
CinemAvvenire Award
Best First Feature Film
Los muertos (2004)

For the film's ability to represent on the screen, with aesthetic rigor and using a dilated ... More

For the film's ability to represent on the screen, with aesthetic rigor and using a dilated timeframe, the symbolic return to a primitive form of being, a metaphor of Argentina's degraded reality.

Won
Prize of the City of Torino
Best Feature Film
Los muertos (2004)

Viennale

2004 Won
Reader Jury of the "Standard"
Los muertos (2004)
Won
FIPRESCI Prize
Los muertos (2004)
For its hypnotic fascination with the real. Tied with Down to the Bone (2004).

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