Loose Cannons wins Golden Globes
The foreign press in Italy has chosen Loose Cannons as Best Film of the year. Ferzan Ozpetek’s comedy, produced Fandango and RAI Cinema and sold to 27 countries so far, triumphed at last night’s Golden Globes ceremony with three more prizes: Best Screenplay, Cinematography and Emerging Actress (Nicole Grimaudo).
Other top awards include Best Director, to Giuseppe Tornatore for Baaria; Best Feature Debut to Rocco Papaleo’s Basilicata Coast to Coast; and the Foreign Press Grand Prize to The Man Who Will Come by Giorgio Diritti.
2009/2010 Golden Globe winners:
Ferzan Ozpetek- Ivan Cotroneo for Loose Cannons
Maurizio Calvesi for Loose Cannons by Ferzan Ozpetek
Ennio Morricone for Baaria by Giuseppe Tornatore
BEST EMERGING ACTOR/ACTRESS
Nicola Nocella per The Youngest Son by Pupi Avati
Nicole Grimaudo for Loose Cannons by Ferzan Ozpetek
Pietro Valsecchi for Cado dalle nubi by Gennaro Nunziante
GLOBO D’ORO ECCELLENZA
National Film School of the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia
SPECIAL GOLDEN GLOBE
Negli occhi by Daniele Anzellotti and Francesco Del Grosso
01 Distribution for The Ghost Writer by Roman Polanski
Ermanno Olmi, Giancarlo Giannini, Vittorio Storaro
EUROPEAN GOLDEN GLOBE
50TH ANNIVERSARY GOLDEN GLOBE
(Translated from Italian)
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