Juan Carlos Fresnadillo's Intacto (pictured) picked up best film and best screenplay prizes in the Fantasy Section of the 23rd Oporto International Film Festival (Feb 21 - Mar 1), better known as Fantasporto.
The UK's Danny Boyle went home with the best director prize for 28 Days Later, with Germany's Robert Schwentke getting a mention for Tattoo. 28 Days Later also won the Melies D'Argent award for the Best European Fantasy Feature in competition at the festival.
The special jury prize was shared by Vincenzo Natali's Cypher from Canada and Japanese title A Snake Of June by Shynia Tsukamoto.
Cypher also earned Jeremy Northam the best actor prize and best visual effects, while A Snake Of June's Asuka Kurosawa won the best actress prize. Belgium's Raoul Servais won best fantasy short for Atraksion.
In the parallel Directors' Week competition , US entry L.I.E. by Michael Cuesta was the big winner, picking up best film, best director and best actor for Paul Franklin Dano.
In that section Stephen Norrington's The Last Minute won the best director prize, while Phil Hay's Bug took best screenplay. Finally, Maggie Gyllenhall went home with a best actress award for her work in Steven Shainberg's Secretary.
The Fantasporto Critics Jury split its prize between Andrzej Sekula's Cube 2 - Hypercube and Norberto Lopez's They're Watching Us (Nos Miran). The festival's audience award went to Harry Sinclair's Toy Love.