The prizes went to:
Gato Negro: “Freak” by Zach Lipovsky and Adam B. Stein (Canada/United States) in the international competition, “Punto Muerto” by Daniel de la Vega (Argentina) in the Latin American competition, and “Lost Gully Road” by Donna McRae (Australia) in the fantasy with no rules category.
Gato Blanco: “Tu Último Día en la Tierra” by Marc Martínez Jordán (Spain).
Gato Mestizo: “Retukiri Tukiri” by Daniel Martín Rodríguez y Germán Tejada (Peru)
“More than 100 films were screened and we had a great audience that in many shows filled the entire room”, a press release by Insólito Festival de Cine de Terror y Fantasía reported.
They also said that this year there were guests from Chile, Colombia and Germany participating in the festival, which took place in a total of four venues throughout Lima: the Mario Vargas Llosa Auditorium Theater of the National Library of Peru; the Armando Robles Godoy Room of the Ministry of Culture; and two branches of Cineplanet, San Miguel and Mall del Sur.
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