A hard-hitting new movie about the Bosnia War's Srebrenica massacre has won the top prize at the Rome Film Festival in Italy.
Resolution 819, directed by Italian Giacomo Battiato, won the Best Film Award on Friday (31Oct08).
The film chronicles the true story of the police investigation surrounding the 8,000 Muslims from Srebrenica after it fell to Bosnian Serb forces.
The Rome Film Festival's Critics Award went to Afghan film Opium War.
Ukrainian Bohdan Stupka claimed the Best Actor prize for his part in Polish comedy With a Warm Heart and Italy's Donatella Finocchiaro took home the Best Actress honour for her role in Galantuomini.
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