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Summer of Goliath wins in Venice

Photo of Sydney Levine By Sydney Levine | Sydneys Buzz September 11, 2010 at 5:40AM

Summer of Goliath, one of three FiGa films in Toronto FF won best picture in Venice's Orizzonti section. A Canadian/ Mexican/ Netherlands co-production, it is the first Mexican film to ever win in Venice. Hubert Bals Funding brought in the Dutch side of the production. There will be lots to celebrate at tonight's Mexican party. The director, Nicolas Pereda has lived in Canada 9 years. Summer of Goliath is a documentary/fiction hybrid that narrates various stories of the people of the town of Huilotepec in rural Mexico. Summer of Goliath
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Summer of Goliath, one of three FiGa films in Toronto FF won best picture in Venice's Orizzonti section. A Canadian/ Mexican/ Netherlands co-production, it is the first Mexican film to ever win in Venice. Hubert Bals Funding brought in the Dutch side of the production. There will be lots to celebrate at tonight's Mexican party. The director, Nicolas Pereda has lived in Canada 9 years. Summer of Goliath is a documentary/fiction hybrid that narrates various stories of the people of the town of Huilotepec in rural Mexico.

Summer of Goliath

FiGa's other two films in Toronto are Half of Oscar and Marimbas from Hell, are both in the Discovery section.

Other Venice winners include Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere for the top Golden Lion prize by unanimous decision. Monte Hellman won the Golden Lion Lifetime Achievement Award and presented his new film Road to Nowhere.

Go to IndieWIRE for the complete list of winners.

This article is related to: International Film Festival, Special Interest, Toronto International Film Festival, Venice International Film Festival, Latino

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