German post-apocalyptic thriller Hell and Cuban zom-com Juan Of The Dead pick up two awards each at the festival, which ran Feb 24-March 3.
Tim Fehlbaum’s Hell and Alejandro Brugués’ Juan Of The Dead (Juan De Los Muertos) were among the winners at this year’s Fantasporto in Oporto, Portugal.
Fehlbaum’s post-apocalyptic thriller picked up best film and best actress for Hannah Herzsprung, while Brugués zombie comedy scooped best screenplay and best actor for Alexis Diaz de Villegas; Juan Of The Dead also won the non-official audience award.
Other winners at this year’s edition included Susan Jacobson, who picked up best director for UK thriller The Holding, Kike Maillo’s sci-fi Eva, which won best special effects, with the special jury prize going to Evan Godell’s Bellflower.
Bulgarian road movie Avé picked up the best film award in the Director’s Week section of the festival as well as best screenplay. Other winners in this section included Sebastián Borensztein, who was awarded best director for Chinese Take Away, while Marcin Dorocinski won best actor and Emma Levie won best actress for Rose and Lena respectively.
For the full list of winners, visit Fantasporto’s official site.