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Italian Golden Globes: the foreign press rewards The Interval

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- Best director goes to Daniele Ciprì It Was the Son, while Miele by Valeria Golino was given the prize for best debut

Italian Golden Globes: the foreign press rewards The Interval

The big 2013 prize given by the foreign press went to The Interval [+see also:
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by Leonardo di Costanzo which “captures with modesty, sensitivity and poetry a difficult reality to tell in all it subtleties,” the jury of the 53rd edition of the Italian Golden Globes, which took place in Rome at the Palazzo Farnese, the French embassy’s seat.

The Italian Golden Globe for best director went to Daniele Ciprì for It Was the Son [+see also:
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, “an original film in in its form and deep in its substance, which touches the heart of Italian problems.” Miele [+see also:
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 by Valeria Golino was given the Italian Golden Globe for best film debut. “A dramatic and biting, subtle and sensitive film which confronts the theme of euthanasia without ideological intent or preconceived conceptions of truth,” the jury, composed of journalists from 20 different countries, explained.

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Alessandro Gassman for Razzabastarda [+see also:
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 and Jasmine Trinca for Miele were declared best actors for the year. Best photography went to Luca Bigazzi for The Great Beauty [+see also:
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; best screenplay went to Giorgia Farina and Fabio Bonifacci for Amiche da morire [+see also:
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. Best score went to Franco Piersanti for Io e te [+see also:
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; best documentary to Filippo Soldi for Suicidio Italia; best short to Gianpiero Alicchio for The Appointment. Career awards went to Giuseppe Tornatore and Franco Zeffirelli.

The jury considered 40 films released between September 2012 and June 2013, with the intention of “promoting pieces of work which go beyond cultural barriers and describe an exportable, but more intimate version of Italy,” Megan Williams from the Italian Golden Globes committee said.

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(Translated from Italian)

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