BUENOS AIRES — Vet Argentine helmer Adolfo Aristarain’s “Roma” took Condors de Plata honors for film, director and actress (Susu Pecoraro) at the 53rd Argentine Assn. of Film Journalists awards Monday.
Rodrigo de la Serna won actor kudos for Walter Salles’ “The Motorcycle Diaries,” about the early years of revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Pic also won adapted screenplay and music.
Another three-Condor winner was Juan Jose Campanella’s working-class drama “Luna de Avellaneda” (Moon of Avellaneda), which took supporting actor (Daniel Fanego), set design and sound.
Adriana Aizemberg won supporting actress for Daniel Burman’s drama “El abrazo partido” (Lost Embrace), Argentina’s entry for consideration in the foreign-language Oscar category and Grand Jury Prize winner at last year’s Berlin Film Festival.
Mariana Arruti’s “Trelew,” about a prison escape in Patagonia, picked up the documentary and docu screenplay awards.
Carlos Sorin’s “El perro” (The Dog), about a man whose fortune improves after he’s given a dog, went home empty-handed despite seven nominations.
“Roma,” Adolfo Aristarain
Adolfo Aristarain, “Roma”
Rodrigo de la Serna, “The Motorcycle Diaries”
Susu Pecoraro, “Roma”
Daniel Fanego, “Luna de Avellaneda”
Adriana Aizemberg, “El abrazo partido”
Adrian Navarro, “Ay, Juancito”
Moro Angheleri, “Buena Vida Delivery”
Leonardo Di Cesare and Hans Garrino, “Buena Vida Delivery”
Jose Rivera, “The Motorcycle Diaries”
Jose Luis Alcaine, “La puta y la ballena”
Abbate & Diaz, “Luna de Avellaneda”
Gustavo Santaolalla, “The Motorcycle Diaries”
Camilo Antolini, “Luna de Avellaneda”
Mercedes Alfonsin, “La puta y la ballena”
Horace Lannes, “Ay, Juancito”
“Buena Vida Delivery,” Leonardo Di Cesare
“Patoruzito,” Jose Luis Massa
“Trelew,” Mariana Arruti
Mariana Arruti, “Trelew”
“Tacholas, un actor galaico porteño,” Jose Santiso
“Mas que el mundo,” Lautaro Nunez de Arco
SHORT ANIMATED FILM
“El guante,” Juan Pablo Zaramella
FOREIGN FILM IN SPANISH
“Maria Full of Grace,” Joshua Marston (Colombia)
FOREIGN FILM IN OTHER LANGUAGE
“Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter … and Spring,” Kim Ki-duk (South Korea)