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Nastri d’argento : meilleur film Favolacce, meilleure mise en scène Pinocchio

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- Le film des frères D'Innocenzo a décroché cinq Nastri en tout, celui de Matteo Garrone six. Pierfrancesco Favino et Jasmine Trinca ont gagné les prix d’interprétation

Nastri d’argento : meilleur film Favolacce, meilleure mise en scène Pinocchio
L'actrice Anna Ferzetti, qui a présenté la cérémonie, avec les frères D'Innocenzo

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On the same day that Italian film lost its greatest musical composer Ennio Morricone, the sector is trying to raise itself up, after months of Coronavirus-related inactivity and uncertainty, by celebrating the very best of the talent among its ranks. And it was the younger nominees who triumphed this year at the 74th edition of the Silver Ribbons, the awards ceremony of which took place yesterday evening, dedicated to the late master, at Rome’s National Museum of 21st Century Arts (MAXXI), attended solely by the prize-winners and unfolding in line with health and safety guidelines. The 2020 Nastro for Best Film went to Bad Tales [+lire aussi :
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, by the 31-year-old twins Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo, which bagged five trophies in all, out of its nine nominations: aside for Best Film, the movie was rewarded for its screenplay (likewise acclaimed in Berlin), which was written by the two directors themselves, for its production (Pepito Produzioni with Rai Cinema, who also triumphed with Hammamet [+lire aussi :
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), for its photography (Paolo Carnera) and for its costume design (Massimo Cantini Parrini, similarly recognised for his work in Pinocchio [+lire aussi :
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).  

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The second biggest Nastro - that of Best Director - was won by Matteo Garrone for Pinocchio, which the Italian film journalists honoured with five additional gongs: Best Supporting Actor (Oscar-award winner Roberto Benigni in the role of Gepetto), Best Set Design (Dimitri Capuani), Best Editing (Marco Spoletini), Best Soundtrack (Maricetta Lombardo) and Best Costumes (Cantini Parrini).

Pierfrancesco Favino enjoyed an encore (after the Nastro he won last year for The Traitor [+lire aussi :
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), scooping the Best Actor award for his extraordinary portrayal of Bettino Craxi in Gianni Amelio’s Hammamet, while Jasmine Trinca was named Best Actress for The Fortune Goddess [+lire aussi :
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by Ferzan Özpetek, a role which already bagged her a David di Donatello award in May of this year. Valeria Golino was crowned Best Supporting Actress (for 5 Is The Perfect Number [+lire aussi :
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by Igort, for which the actress has already won the corresponding David, and for Portrait of a Lady on Fire [+lire aussi :
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by Céline Sciamma).

The Comedy of the Year, in the eyes of the Italian film journalists, is Figli [+lire aussi :
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by Giuseppe Bonito, a film thought up by the late screenwriter Mattia Torre, which also earned its two protagonists, Paola Cortellesi (who’s now on her third consecutive Nastro) and Valerio Mastandrea, the Best Comedy Actors accolade. Marco D’Amore, meanwhile, was named Best New Director for The Immortal [+lire aussi :
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Of the various special prizes in the offing, the most memorable included Film of the Year, which went to Hidden Away [+lire aussi :
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by Giorgio Diritti, the Lifetime Achievement Nastro, won by Toni Servillo, and the European Nastro, handed to Pedro Almodóvar for Pain and Glory [+lire aussi :
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.

The full list of 2020 Nastri d’Argento winners is as follows:

Best Film
Bad Tales [+lire aussi :
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– Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo (Italy/Switzerland)

Best Director
Matteo Garrone – Pinocchio [+lire aussi :
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(Italy/France)

Best New Director
Marco D’Amore – The Immortal [+lire aussi :
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Best Comedy
Figli [+lire aussi :
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– Giuseppe Bonito

Best Producer
Agostino, Giuseppe and Mariagrazia Saccà - Pepito Produzioni with Rai Cinema, in co-production with Vision DistributionBad Tales; and with Rai Cinema, in association with Minerva Pictures Group, Evolution People - Hammamet [+lire aussi :
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Best Actor
Pierfrancesco Favino – Hammamet

Best Actress
Jasmine Trinca – The Fortune Goddess [+lire aussi :
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Best Supporting Actor
Roberto Benigni – Pinocchio

Best Supporting Actress
Valeria Golino – 5 Is The Perfect Number [+lire aussi :
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, Portrait of a Lady on Fire [+lire aussi :
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(France)

Best Comedy Actor
Valerio Mastandrea – Figli

Best Comedy Actress
Paola Cortellesi – Figli

Best Story
Pupi, Antonio and Tommaso Avati – Il Signor Diavolo [+lire aussi :
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Best Screenplay
Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo – Bad Tales

Best Photography
Paolo Carnera – Bad Tales

Best Set Design
Dimitri Capuani – Pinocchio

Best Editing
Marco Spoletini – Pinocchio, Guests in the Villa [+lire aussi :
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(Italy/France)

Best Costume Design
Massimo Cantini Parrini – Pinocchio, Bad Tales

Best Sound
Maricetta Lombardo – Pinocchio

Best Soundtrack (tied)
Brunori Sas – Odio l’estate [+lire aussi :
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Pasquale Catalano – The Fortune Goddess

Best Original Song
“Che vita meravigliosa” by Diodato – The Fortune Goddess

Special Prizes (awarded by the Executive of the National Council)

Film of the Year
Hidden Away [+lire aussi :
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Giorgio Diritti

Lifetime Achievement Nastro
Toni Servillo

European Nastro
Pedro Almodóvar – Pain and Glory [+lire aussi :
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Q&A : Pedro Almodóvar
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(Spain)

Golden Nastro
Vittorio Storaro – A Rainy Day in New York (US)

Special Nastro
Lorenzo Mattotti – The Bears’ Famous Invasion of Sicily [+lire aussi :
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(France/Italy)

Law and Order Nastro
Aspromonte: Land of the Forgotten [+lire aussi :
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– Mimmo Calopresti

Best Casting Director
Davide Zurolo – The Immortal

Guglielmo Biraghi Award (for the year’s most promising talent)
Giulio Pranno – Volare [+lire aussi :
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Special Mention for Federico Ielapi – Pinocchio

Graziella Bonacchi Award
Barbara Chichiarelli

Nino Manfredi Award
Claudio Santamaria – Volare, The Best Years [+lire aussi :
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Nastri d’Argento - SIAE Award (for screenwriting)
Emanuele Rossi – Darkness [+lire aussi :
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(Italy)

Nastri d’Argento – New IMAIE Award (for dubbing)
Stefano De Sando – Robert De Niro in The Irishman
Claudia Catani - Angelina Jolie/Emanuela Rossi - Michelle Pfeiffer in Maleficent

Cameo of the Year
Barbara Alberti – The Fortune Goddess

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