Taviani, Montaldo and Giordana compete for the Golden Globe
by Camillo de Marco
13/06/2012 - Paolo and Vittorio Taviani's Caesar Must Die [trailer, film focus] (photo), Giuliano Montaldo's L'industriale [trailer] and Marco Tullio Giordana's Romanzo di una strage [trailer] are the three films nominated for the Golden Globe 2011-0212, the foreign press award for Italian cinema.
The Golden Globes awards ceremony will take place Tuesday, July 3, at the Villa Massimo-German Academy in Rome. Asia Argento will be the evening's patroness.
In the running for the award for Best Director are Emanuele Crialese for Terraferma [trailer, film focus], Ferzan Ozpetek for Magnificent Presence [trailer], Paolo and Vittorio Taviani for Caesar Must Die. The candidates for the Best First Film are Ruggero Dipaola's Apartment in Athens, Laura Morante's Ciliegine [trailer], Gianluca e Massimiliano De Serio's Seven Acts of Mercy [trailer]. The Best European film will be chosen amongst Luis Galvao Teles' Aguasaltas.com, Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano's The Untouchables [trailer] and Michel Hazanavicius' The Artist [trailer, film focus].
(Translated from Italian)