Ariaferma triomphe aux Globi d’oro 2022
par Vittoria Scarpa
- Le film de Leonardo di Costanzo a eu les prix du meilleur film, de la mise en scène et du meilleur acteur ; Una femmina, I fratelli De Filippo et Piccolo corpo également primés
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Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor (Silvio Orlando): it was an impressive hat trick scored by The Inner Cage [+lire aussi :
interview : Leonardo Di Costanzo
fiche film] at the 62nd edition of the Italian Golden Globes, whose awards were handed out by the foreign press last night at the Parco della Musica Auditorium in Rome. Having previously scooped two David di Donatello trophies for Best Screenplay and Best Actor (won by the same protagonist), Leonardo di Costanzo’s movie is “a work which approaches the depiction of “inside” life knowingly, leaving a profound mark on all those who see it”, as stated by a jury of over fifty journalists from the Foreign Press Association in Italy, presided over by Alina Trabattoni, a correspondent for Screen International and a news producer for Eurovision, and Claudio Lavanga of NBC NEWS.
Lina Siciliano bagged the Globe for Best Actress thanks to her part in Una femmina – The Code of Silence [+lire aussi :
interview : Francesco Costabile
fiche film], Francesco Costabile’s film earned itself the title of Best First Film, won jointly with Laura Samani’s Small Body [+lire aussi :
interview : Laura Samani
fiche film], and two Globes went to I fratelli De Filippo [+lire aussi :
fiche film] by Sergio Rubini, for Best Screenplay (written by the director in league with Angelo Pasquini and Carla Cavalluzzi) and for Best Soundtrack (courtesy of Nicola Piovani).
This year’s Best Comedy, meanwhile, was announced as Simone Godano’s Marilyn ha gli occhi neri [+lire aussi :
fiche film]; Zerocalcare’s Strappare lungo i bordi was named Best TV Series; Giuseppe Tornatore walked away with the Best Documentary Globe for Ennio [+lire aussi :
fiche film], which previously triumphed at the David di Donatello and Nastri d’Argento awards, with further awards won by Giuseppe Bonito’s L’arminuta [+lire aussi :
interview : Giuseppe Bonito
fiche film], whose protagonist Sofia Fiore nabbed the Best Young Hope trophy, and by The Tale of King Crab [+lire aussi :
interview : Alessio Rigo de Righi et M…
fiche film] by Alessio Rigo de Righi and Matteo Zoppis, for Best Photography, courtesy of Simone D’Arcangelo.
Last but not least, the Italians Around the World trophy, a special award recognising those who distinguish themselves with a cinematic work depicting a non-Italian reality, was won by Haider Rashid’s Europa [+lire aussi :
fiche film], “for its extraordinary ability to immerse the viewer in an angst-ridden flight towards a better life”, while this year’s Lifetime Achievement award went to director-actor-screenwriter Carlo Verdone for “the indelible stamp he has left on generations of Italians”.
The winners of the 2022 Italian Golden Globes are as follows:
Silvio Orlando – The Inner Cage
The Inner Cage - Leonardo di Costanzo
Marilyn ha gli occhi neri - Simone Godano
Best TV Series
Strappare lungo i bordi - Zerocalcare
Best Short Film
Venti minuti - Daniele Esposito
Nicola Piovani - I fratelli De Filippo
Lifetime Achievement Award
Foreign Press Grand Prize
Bologna Film Library
(Traduit de l'italien)
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