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AWARDS Italy

Monica Bellucci wins the European Golden Globe

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On the 2d of July, Monica Bellucci will receive an European Golden Globe —a new award created by the Foreign Press Society in Italy to reward a young Italian star for his or her worldwide success— during a ceremony held at the Villa Massimo in Rome.
This year, two famous brothers, Paolo et Vittorio Taviani, will be given a prize for their entire career. The foreign journalists also elected Life is a Miracle Best European Film, and Emir Kusturica will be there to collect his prize. The names of the other winners are kept secret until the award ceremony.

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Candidates for the Italian Golden Globes:

Best Film: Cuore sacro by Ferzan Ozpetek, Le chiavi di casa by Gianni Amelio, Once You're Born... by Marco Tullio Giordana.
Best Direction: Marco Tullio Giordana for Once You're Born... , Ferzan Ozpetek for Cuore sacro, Paolo Sorrentino for The Consequences of Love.
Best First Film: Evilenko by David Grieco, La spettatrice by Paolo Franchi, Saimir by Francesco Munzi.
Best Script: Amelio, Petraglia and Rulli for Le chiavi di casa, David Grieco for Evilenko, Paolo Sorrentino for The Consequences of Love.
Best Picture: Cesare Acetta for Il resto di niente by Antonietta de Lillo, Gian Filippo Corticelli for Cuore sacro by F.Ozpetek, Pasquale Rachini for Quando arrivano le ragazze? by Pupi Avati.
Best Music: Paolo Buonvino for Manuale d’amore by Giovanni Veronesi, Andrea Morricone for Raul-diritto di uccidere by Andrea Bolognini, Riz Ortolani for Quando arrivano le ragazze? by Pupi Avati .
Best Actress: Barbora Bobulova for Cuore sacro by Ferzan Ozpetek, Michela Cescon for Once You're Born... by Marco Tullio Giordana, Olivia Magnani for The Consequences of Love by Paolo Sorrentino.
Best Actor: Alessio Boni for Once You're Born by Marco Tullio Giordana, Kim Rossi Stuart for Le chiavi di casa by Gianni Amelio, Fabio Volo for La febbre by Alessandro d’Alatri.
Best Short Film: Banana Rossa by Paolo Zucca, Fare bene Mikles by Christian Angeli, Maria Jesus by Massimiliano and Gianluca De Serio.
Best Documentary: Dov’è Auschwitz? by Mimmo Calopresti, Giuliana Sgrena by Giovanna Boursier, Mitumba by Raffaele Brunetti.

(Translated from Italian)

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