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Mutum wins top prize, but Estomago dominates at Rio

Marcos Jorge's Estômago - A Gastronomic Story won four prizes at the Première Brazil awards ceremony at the 9th Rio International Film Festival tonight. The awards were handed out at the historic Odeon BR theatre, where a special Fipresci Lifetime Achievement award was presented to Brazilian actress Fernanda Montenegro, nominated for an Oscar in 1998 for Walter Salles' Central Station.

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