The best film prize carries a cash award of INR 4 million ($64,000). “Leviathan” was directed by Andre Zyvagintsey.
Other winners include Nadav Lapid, who won best director for Israeli film “The Kindergarten Teacher.” That award carried a cash prize of $24,000.
Sharing the best actor prize are Aleksey Serebryakov and Dulal Sarkar for “Leviathan” and “Chotodor Chobi,” respectively. Sarit Larry of “The Kindergarten Teacher” and Alina Rodriguez of Cuban film “Behavior” shared the best actress prize. Both awards carry $16,000 cash prizes each.
The festival closed Nov. 30 with Wong Kar-wai’s “The Grandmaster.” Wong was feted with a lifetime achievement award, which comes with a $16,000 cash prize.