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"Chevalier," Greek director Athina Rachel Tsangari's comedy about a battle of egos among six men on a yacht, was named best picture at the London Film Festival Saturday evening. The awards ceremony also honored Cate Blanchett with a major career award. The award was preceded by a compilation of clips from Blanchett's 20-year film career, interspersed with praise from directors including Peter Jackson, Todd Haynes and Richard Eyre.U.S. director Robert Eggers' Pilgrim horror film "The Witch" won the first-feature prize.The event aimed to put strong women center stage, opening with Sarah Gavron's political drama "Suffragette" and featuring 46 female-directed films among its 240 features.
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