Italian docu-drama "Cesar Must Die" has been awarded the Berlin film festival's top award.
Veteran directors Paolo and Vittorio Taviani's movie showing inmates at a high security prison staging Shakespeare's "Julius Cesar" received this year's Golden Bear award on February 18.
The international jury who picked the winner was led by British director Mike Leigh.
The Berlinale is the first of the year's major European film festivals.
Compiled from agency reports