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Ripstein takes top Latin fest award

HAVANA (Reuters) – Mexican director Arturo Ripstein won the award for best feature film Friday at the 18th Intl. Festival of New Latin American Cinema for his “Deep Crimson” (Profundo Carmesi).

Second prize went to Peru’s Francisco Lombardi for “Under the Skin” (Bajo la Piel), while Brazilian Rosemberg Cariry took third prize with “Corisco and Dada” (Corisco y Dada).

Friday’s presentation ceremony closed the 11-day fest.

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