Oray, Mejor Película en el 20° Festival de Cine Europeo de Lecce
por Vittoria Scarpa
- Two for Joy y Cronofobia también han sido galardonadas, así como Genesis (con el Premio Cineuropa) y La terra dell’abbastanza (con el Premio Mario Verdone)
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Oray [+lee también:
ficha del filme] has emerged with the Best Film crown at the 20th edition of the Lecce European Film Festival, which wrapped up with an awards ceremony on Saturday. The jury, chaired by Marco Müller and comprising Guillame Calop, Pippo Mezzapesa, Ana Urushadze and Olena Yershova, bestowed the Golden Olive Tree, named after Cristina Soldano, upon the film by Mehmet Akif Büyükatalay, branding it “a disturbing analysis of the contrast between traditional beliefs and human behaviour in our modern-day societies”. In the jury’s eyes, the movie was deserving of the award because, “starting from an apparently insignificant event, the director successfully explores some of the big questions linked to the communities that recently immigrated to Europe”.
The same jury handed the Award for Best Screenplay to Elma Tataragić for Stitches [+lee también:
ficha del filme], directed by Miroslav Terzić, because “the masterful screenplay transforms a dramatic chapter in the recent history of the Balkans into a powerful psychological drama”. The Best Cinematography Award went to Tamás Dobos for Genesis [+lee también:
ficha del filme], helmed by Árpád Bogdán (“The expertly framed shots succeed in their aim of fusing personal emotions with social context”), while the Special Jury Award was given to Cronofobia [+lee también:
ficha del filme] by Francesco Rizzi (“Alienation within one of the most prosperous European societies is put under the microscope with human warmth and understanding”). The latter film also took home the SNGCI Award for Best European Actress/Actor, which honoured the work of lead actor Vinicio Marchioni (“Because even with his character’s moments of silence, with a single gesture or the intensity of a glance, he manages to give a body and a voice to a mysterious man hiding a secret”), while Genesis was also the movie chosen as the recipient of the Cineuropa Prize, judged by the “rock and roll” jury made up of Stefan Kitanov, Stefan Laudyn and Stefan Uhrik to be “a film that rocks and rolls”.
The FIPRESCI Jury Award was presented to Two for Joy [+lee también:
ficha del filme] by Tom Beard, “for its convincing portrayal of the disintegration of the family unit, following on the heels of great British social-realist cinema and bolstered by a perfect cast”. The 2019 Mario Verdone Award was handed to Boys Cry [+lee también:
ficha del filme] by Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo, “an extraordinarily shot debut that already begins with an ambitious idea of cinema, and which unexpectedly oozes the need for a tense moral journey towards personal redemption, over and above social redemption”.
The 21st edition of the Lecce European Film Festival will unspool from 30 March-4 April 2020.
Here is the full list of award winners:
Golden Olive Tree Competition
SNGCI Award for Best European Actress/Actor
Vinicio Marchioni – Cronofobia
Genesis - Árpád Bogdán
Emidio Greco Award for Best Short Film
YOUSEF - Mohamed Hossameldin (Italy)
National Short Film Centre Award, Augustus Color Award
Nessun dorma - Paolo Strippoli (Italy)
Et in terra pacis - Mattia Epifani (Italy)
Rai Cinema Channel Award
Et in terra pacis - Mattia Epifani
Satyagraha - Nuanda Sheridan (Italy)
Genesis - Árpád Bogdán
Rotary Club Lecce Award
We’ll Rise at Dawn - Jean-Marie Benjamin (Italy)
(Traducción del italiano)
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