On Sunday September 4, 2022, the prize giving ceremony for the Filming the award for best film in Italy: a procession of stars under the sky of Venice 79 – and HERE you can see the most beautiful photos of the event.
Founded by Tiziana RoccaGeneral and Artistic Director Filming Italy Award e Vito Sinopolisole director of Duesse Communication and honorary president of the award, the fourth edition of the Filming Italy Best Film Award has recognized talents from the world of cinema, television and sport, not only Italian but also international.
Below we leave you the video account of the day that saw personalities such as Laura Chiatti, Gabriele Mainetti, Carolina Crescentini, Claudio Bisio, Can Yaman, Claude Lelouch and many, many other big stars.
THE VIDEO OF THE IV FILMING ITALY BEST FILM AWARD
Summarizing the awards, however, the master of great European cinema Claude Lelouch was delivered by the artistic director of the Festival Alberto Barbera the Filming Italy Best Movie International Director Achievement Award. During his long career as a French director, screenwriter and producer, Lelouch signed more than fifty films, winning the most prestigious film awards, including two Oscarsof them Golden Globe and the Palme d’Or in Cannes.
Here are all the winners of the different categories who received the Filming Italy Best Film award: a Can Yaman the Filming Italy International Best Film Award; the godmother of the exhibition Rocio Munoz Morales presented the Filming Italy Best Movie International Award to the Spanish star Najwa Nimri; American actress Catherine Waterson awarded the Filming Italy Best Movie Women Power Award to Natacha Lyonne; at Guillermo del Toro it’s up to Jack Dylan Grazer and the Filming Italy International Best Film Award.
Still on the subject of actors, Giulio Base delivered to Anna Foglietta the special mention for his role in Alfredino – Una storia italiana; at Drusilla Foer TV Personality of the Year Award; at Caroline Crescentini the award for Best Motion Picture Comedy Actress for once upon a time the crime, 3rd chapter of the trilogy; at Laura Chiatti the award for best actress in a dramatic film for I was at war but I didn’t know it; at Claudio Bisio the prize for best actor of the year, awarded by the public; at Serena Autieri the special mention “Women of Italian cinema” for the film With all my heart; at Catherine Caselli Best Documentary Film Award Caterina Caselli – One life, a hundred lives.
And again: a Gabrielle Mainetti Best Director Award for Panic; at Mariano Di Vaio the special Social Media Storytelling prize; at Claudio Santamaria Best Actor Award for Panic; at Giancarlo Commare the Young Generation Prize for Masculine singular; at Alessandro Siani Best Director Award for Who framed Santa Claus?; at Aurora Giovinazzo the Filming Italy Best Movie Young for his role in Panic; at Paola Minaccioni Special Mention TV Series Best Supporting Actress for The ignorant fairies; at Massimiliano Bruno Special mention for the screenplay of once upon a time the crime, 3rd chapter of the trilogy; at Salvatore Esposito Special mention for his role in this one The perfect dinner.
Space also for the world of sport: a Federica Pellegrini the Filming Best Movie Sport Award for Underwater – Federica Pellegrini; french actress Anne Parillaud he received the Filming Italy Best Movie European Award, given by the managing director of Cartier Italy, François-Marc Sastre; at Adrian Panatta the special docu-film prize A team; at the docufilm Ennio of Giuseppe Tornatore the award for best director, to collect the award Andrea Morricone; at Marina Cicogna the special mention for the documentary Marina Cicogna – Life and everything else, on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Venice Biennale International Film Festival; at Francesca Chillemi the award for best lead actress for the series may God help us; at Simona Tabasco the Special Mention Prize in the Young Generation category for the Netflix series, Luna Park; at Sellers Rosabell Laurenti the Filming Italy Best Movie Award in collaboration with the Experimental Center of Cinematography for the Young Talents category; to the National President of the Italian Red Cross, francesco rocathe Filming Italy Best Movie Humanitarian Award.
Among the special prizes of this edition, the Filming Italy Best Movie – Lifetime Achievement Award has Kabir Bedi, for his career and his role as Ambassador of India to Italy and of Italy to India, a bridge between two cultures and two cinematographies. The prize was awarded by Roberto Stabile, head of the international department of ANICA during the Focus India, carried out within the framework of the special projects of the General Directorate of Cinema and Audiovisual of the MiC, organized by Cinecittà in Venice.
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