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Cannes Critics Week Grand Prize goes to Spanish film

By NewsDesk • Published on May 25, 2012

Spain’s Antonio Mendez Esparza’s debut film Aqui y Alla won the Nespresso Grand Prize of Cannes Critics’ Week, the sidebar of Cannes Film Festival.

The film tells the story of a man who returns from the U.S. to his small village in Mexico.

France 4 Visionary award of the Cannes Critics Week went to documentary Sofia’s Last Ambulance by Ilian Metev.

Indian film Peddlers directed by Vasan Bala got rave reviews but didn’t win an award at Cannes Critics Week. Here’s DearCinema review of Peddlers.

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