Chilean director Pablo Larrain's Tony Manero has won the top prize at the Turin Film Festival.
The film also took the Fipresci prize as well as best actor honours for
Alfred Castro's portrayal of a 50-year old impersonator of Tony Manero - John Travolta's character in Saturday Night Fever.
Previously seen at Cannes Director's Fortnight, the Chile/Brazil co-production is set during Pinochet dictatorship-era Chile and has Italian distribution in place via Ripley's Film.
The Jury Special award has been given to US director Sean Baker's
Prince Of Broadway about two men that meet on New York Fashion
The film previously won the LA Film Festival's top prize before receiving a Jury special mention from the Locarno Film Festival.
The best actressprize went to Emmanuelle Devos for her role in Belgium
filmmaker Fien Troch's Unspoken (Non-Dit).
Other prizes at the 26th edition of the Turin Film Festival include:
Best documentary: Naples, Municipal Square (Napoli, Piazza Municipio) by Bruno Olivero
Jury Award: Rata Nece Biti (There Will Not Be the War) by Daniele Gaglianone.
Best Italian short film: A Chi e Gia Morto a Chi Sta Per Morire (To Those Who Are Already Dead And To Those Who Are About To Die) by Fulvio Pepe
Jury Special Award - Kodak Short Film Award: Ottana by Pietro Mele
Special Mention - La Nonna (Grandmother) by Massimo Ali Mohammad
The Chicca Richelmy award for best regional short: Archive Of Dreams
by Thomas Sheridan
The Cipputi Award (from the Italian Work Ministry):
Noise (Entre Os Dedos) by Tiago Guedes and Frederico Serra.
Best Film from section The State of Things:
From Mother to Daughter (Di Madre in Figlia) by Andrea Zambelli
Special mention: Hunger by Steve McQueen