Colombian film "Pájaros de verano" won a ceremony on Wednesday evening in Mexico, the Fénix Awards of the most important Latin American cinema.
Cino Guerra and Cristina Gallego were one of the favorites next to Argentinean film Zama, who won four statues in the categories of best editing, sound, art design and photography.
"In honor of the Columbian gourmets and that we continue to tell these Latin American stories that fill our bloodstream!", Expressed by director and producer Cristina Gallego receiving the prize for the best fiction movie.
"Bird's Summer", in addition, was awarded the prize The best female performance that was delivered to Carmiña Martínez who plays Úrsula, one of the main characters in the Columbia film.
In addition, he received the prize Best original music, made up of Leonardo Heiblum.
She was also nominated for the best direction, editing, fiction photos, screenplay, sounds and costumes.
Another Colombian product was awarded to "Kill Jesus" who won the best script award written by Laura Mora and Alonso Torres.
"Pájaros de Verano" was chosen to represent Colombia's best foreign film category, while "Kill Jesus" will do it in Goya awards that recognize the best Iberian cinema.
The Fénix Awards is organized by the Cinema23 team set up in 2012 to promote Latin American cinematic art aimed at recognizing the best cinema in Latin America, Spain and Portugal.
"Summer Birds" is a movie that the Columbia Academy of Cinema Arts and Sciences has chosen to represent the state Óscar Awards. It will be known at the beginning of 2019 whether it is among the official candidates.