TORONTO (Hollywood Reporter) - French director Tony Gatlif's "Korkoro" (Freedom), a film about gypsies rounded up in Nazi-occupied France, earned top honors at the Montreal World Film Festival on Monday.
The film, which is set for a theatrical release in France in December, stars Alain Blazquez, Marie-Josee Croze and Marc Lavoine. It won the Grand Prix des Americas prize from the jury as well as the top audience award.
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