The directors of UK-made movie 'The Road To Guantanamo' won silver awards at the Berlinale Film Festival this weekend - and the film was cut on a Mac.

A spokesman at Revolution Films confirmed the movie was cut using Final Cut Pro on Power Mac G5s.

The Silver Bear for Best Director went to directors Michael Winterbottom and Matt Whitecross for 'The Road to Guantanamo'. The Film Festival audience also rewarded the movie with a standing ovation after it was screened.

Film screens on TV March 9

Commissioned by Channel 4, the movie will get its TV debut on March 9. 'The Road to Guantanamo' will be released simultaneously in cinemas, on DVD and online on March 10.

The movie tells the true story of three British muslims, Rhuhel Ahmed, Shafiq Rasul and Asif Iqbal, who were arrested as suspected terrorists and then held in America's Cuba-based prison camp for two years, until they were eventually released without charge. The three men were captured and interned in Afghanistan in 2001.

The film blends news footage, interviews, and scenes set in Guantanamo, Afghanistan and Pakistan using actors. Winterbottom's other fim credits include '24 Hour Party People', 'Welcome To Sarajevo' and 'A Cock And Bull Story'.

Ahmed, Rasul and Iqbal are suing the US Government for torture and other human rights abuses.

Two of the former Guantanamo Bay detainees were stopped under anti-terror laws at Luton airport on their return from the Berlinale film festival.