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DAVID DI DONATELLO 2013

David di Donatello 2013: Tornatore triumphs with The Best Offer

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- Best new director goes to Leonardo Di Costanzo for The Interval, while Diaz by Daniele Vicari was given four technical statuettes

David di Donatello 2013: Tornatore triumphs with The Best Offer

Giuseppe Tornatore triumphed at the David di Donatello awards winning six awards out of sixteen categories for The Best Offer [+see also:
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: best film and best director, best original score for Ennio Morricone, best screenwriter for Maurizio Sabatini and Raffaella Giovannetti, best costumes for Maurizio Millenotti as well as the the David Giovani award given to the film and selected by 6000 students from secondary schools across Italy.

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"I managed a little miracle by uniting the public and critics. I had never managed this before, maybe I am becoming old,” the Oscar winner commented.

Best new director went to Leonardo Di Costanzo for The Interval [+see also:
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, while Diaz [+see also:
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by Daniele Vicari, which received thirteen nominations, like Tornatore’s film, walked away with four technical statuettes only: producer (Domenico Procacci), editing, sound and special effects.

During the ceremony, which was screened for live television on Rai1, two awards went to Valerio Mastandrea: winning best actor for Gli equilibristi [+see also:
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by Ivano De Matteo and best supporting actor for Viva la Libertà [+see also:
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by Roberto Andò. The latter was awarded best screenplay, for Angelo Pasquini’s work.

Margherita Buy won best actress for Viaggio sola by Maria Sole Tognazzi.  Maja Sansa was best supporting actress for Dormant Beauty [+see also:
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by Marco Bellocchio.

The award for best European Union film went to Amour [+see also:
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by Michael Haneke, while best foreign film went to Django Unchained by Quentin Tarantino.

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(Translated from Italian)

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