The Great Beauty: an unstoppable force
- Yesterday, a nomination at the British Academy Film Awards, the day before at the Spanish Goya awards. Meanwhile, in the US, the film has made over $1 million at the box-office and $10 million worldwide
A new, prestigious nomination was received yesterday for The Great Beauty [+see also:
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In England, the film has already received three nominations: for the London Critics' Circle Film Awards and the BIFA, the British Independent Film Awards. The day before, in Spain, The Great Beauty was made candidate at the Goya awards in the running for best European film (news). The film’s success abroad has been on-going, with a triumph at the EFA (best film, best director, best screenplay, best actor and best editing), and nominations at the American Golden Globes and Spirit Awards for Best International Film, and in the shortlist for a nomination for best foreign film at this year’s Oscars.
In the mean time, the film has reached a box-office revenue of over $1 million in the US. On Friday, January 10, it will be presented at the Palm Springs Festival. Internationally, the film has now made over $10 million in box-office revenue ($1
(Translated from Italian)
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