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Le sorelle Macaluso gagne les prix du meilleur film et de la mise en scène aux Nastri d’argento

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- Le film d’Emma Dante a décroché cinq prix en tout ; L'Incroyable Histoire de l'Île de la Rose en rafle quatre ; Pietro Castellitto est élu meilleur réalisateur à son premier film

Le sorelle Macaluso gagne les prix du meilleur film et de la mise en scène aux Nastri d’argento
Le sorelle Macaluso d'Emma Dante

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The Macaluso Sisters [+lire aussi :
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reigned triumphant at the 75th edition of the Nastri d’Argento awards, whose winners are voted upon by the Italian film journalists of the SNGCI and whose annual prize-giving ceremony took place last night, in person, at Rome’s National Museum of 21st Century Arts (MAXXI). Already armed with multiple awards from the 77th Venice Film Festival, Emma Dante’s movie scooped five trophies in all, for best film, director, production, editing and sound.

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Sydney Sibilia’s Rose Island [+lire aussi :
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, meanwhile, was victorious in four categories, earning itself the Best Comedy accolade and bagging further awards for Elio Germano’s acting performance (Best Comedy Actor), for set design and for casting. Pietro Castellitto was confirmed as Best Emerging Director by way of The Predators [+lire aussi :
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(a title he previously won at the David di Donatello awards), which also earned supporting actor Massimo Popolizio a trophy. Two Nastri awards also went to Francesco Bruni’s Everything’s Gonna Be Alright [+lire aussi :
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, in the form of Best Screenplay and, for Kim Rossi Stuart, who was crowned Best Actor.

In terms of actress accolades, the Nastro for the best leading performance was won by Teresa Saponangelo for Il buco in testa [+lire aussi :
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, while Sara Serraiocco was named Best Supporting Actress for Thou Shalt Not Hate [+lire aussi :
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. Miriam Leone (Love Under House Arrest [+lire aussi :
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) and Valentina Lodovini (When Mom Is Away… With the Family [+lire aussi :
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), meanwhile, both won the category of Best Comedy Actress.

Miss Marx [+lire aussi :
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by Susanna Nicchiarelli was voted the film of the year, in recognition of “one of the most innovative and interesting women directors, and the winning team behind this original and diverse, international film”: Nastri awards were handed to the director, to the producers Vivo Film together with Rai Cinema, to Massimo Cantini Parrini for costume design and to Gatto Ciliegia contro il Grande Freddo for the film’s music.

For the record, as of this year, the Best Film award also pays tribute to the film’s production, meaning that, for The Macaluso Sisters, a Nastro award was also won by Rosamont and Minimum Fax Media, alongside RAI Cinema.

Set to be delivered on stage at the Taormina Film Fest, which open this Sunday 27 June, the Nino Manfredi Prize is scheduled to close this session of the Nastri d’Argento awards, while the brand-new Nastri Awards for Major International Series will unfold in Naples on 18 and 19 September.

The list of winners is as follows:

Best Film (and producer)
The Macaluso Sisters [+lire aussi :
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- Emma Dante
Produced by Rosamont and Minimum Fax Media alongside RAI Cinema

Best Director
Emma Dante - The Macaluso Sisters

Best Emerging Director
Pietro Castellitto – The Predators [+lire aussi :
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Best Comedy
Rose Island [+lire aussi :
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- Sydney Sibilia

Best Story
Padrenostro [+lire aussi :
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- Claudio Noce, Enrico Audenino

Best Screenplay
Everything’s Gonna Be Alright [+lire aussi :
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- Francesco Bruni, in collaboration with Kim Rossi Stuart

Best Actress
Teresa Saponangelo - Il buco in testa [+lire aussi :
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Best Actor
Kim Rossi Stuart – Everything’s Gonna Be Alright

Best Supporting Actress
Sara Serraiocco – Thou Shalt Not Hate [+lire aussi :
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(Italy/Poland)

Best Supporting Actor
Massimo Popolizio – The Predators

Best Comedy Actress (tie-break)
Miriam Leone – Love Under House Arrest [+lire aussi :
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Valentina Lodovini – When Mom is Away… With the Family [+lire aussi :
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Best Comedy Actor
Elio Germano – Rose Island

Best Photography
Daniele Ciprì – The Bad Poet [+lire aussi :
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Best Costume Design
Andrea Cavalletto – The Bad Poet

Best Set Design
Tonino Zera – Rose Island

Best Editing
Benni Atria - The Macaluso Sisters

Best Sound
Gianluca Costamagna - The Macaluso Sisters

Best Casting Director (tie-break)
Francesca Borromeo – Rose Island
Federica Baglioni - Carosello Carosone (TV movie)

Best Soundtrack
Stefano Bollani - Carosello Carosone

Best Original Song
"Io Sì (Seen)" – Music and lyrics by Laura Pausini and Niccolò Agliardi, performed by Laura Pausini – The Life Ahead [+lire aussi :
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Special Prizes (awarded by the National Steering Committee):

Platinum Nastro
Sophia Loren – The Life Ahead

Film of the Year
Miss Marx [+lire aussi :
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- Susanna Nicchiarelli (Italy/Belgium)
Nastri d'Argento awards for Best Director, Production (Vivo Film, RAI Cinema), Costumes (Massimo Cantini Parrini) and Soundtrack (Gatto Ciliegia contro il Grande Freddo)

75th European Nastro
Colin Firth

Special 75th Edition Nastro Award
Renato Pozzetto – We Still Talk [+lire aussi :
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Special Nastro for Best Cameo Appearance of the Year
Giuliano Sangiorgi – The King’s Musketeers 2 [+lire aussi :
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The New IMAIE Nastro for Dubbing
The Father [+lire aussi :
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- Florian Zeller (UK/France)
Dario Penne/Anthony Hopkins - Ida Sansone/Olivia Colman

Prizes for Young Filmmakers

'Guglielmo Biraghi' Prize for Young Filmmakers
Ludovica Francesconi - Sul più bello [+lire aussi :
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Alice Pagani - Non mi uccidere [+lire aussi :
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Jacopo Costantini, Matteo Gatta, Lodo Guenzi - Est [+lire aussi :
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'Graziella Bonacchi' Prize
Ginevra Francesconi - Genitori Vs Influencer [+lire aussi :
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, Regina [+lire aussi :
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Nastri d’Argento Persol Prize for Character of the Year
Lorenzo Zurzolo - Morrison [+lire aussi :
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