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4 items from 2005


Sorrentino's 'Consequence': 5 wins at Italy's Donatellos

1 May 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

POSITANO -- Having pocketed five trophies, including best picture and best director, Paolo Sorrentino's "Le Conseguenze dell Amore" (The Consequences of Love) was the big winner Friday at Italy's David di Donatello Awards, Italy's top film honors. In addition to his nods for best director and best film, the 35-year-old Sorrentino also was awarded best screenplay honors, while the film's protagonist, Toni Servillo, earned the best actor nod for his portrayal of an ex-Mafia accountant who must reconcile his past with his budding love for a waitress. "Consequences" also won the best director of photography award, which went to Luca Bigazzi. Barbora Bobulova took home the trophy for best actress for her role in Ferzan Ozpetek's "Cuore Sacro" (Sacred Heart), which also walked away with the best cinematography nod for Andrea Crisanti. "Cuore Sacro" and the romantic comedy "Manuale d'amore" (Manual of Love) led all films with 12 nominations apiece. »

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Donatellos have 'Heart,' 'Love'

12 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CANNES -- Giovanni Veronesi and Ferzan Ozpetek led the way with 12 David di Donatello nominations each for their respective films Manuale D'Amore (Manual of Love) and Cuore Sacro (Sacred Heart), Italy's equivalent to the Oscars. Both films were nominated in the best film category. Paolo Sorrentino's Le Consequenze dell'amore (The Consequences of Love) and Gianni Amelio's Le Chiavi di Casa (The House Keys) received 10 and seven award nominations respectively including best film and director nominations. Rounding out the best film category was Certi Bambini (Certain Kids), which was directed by Andrea and Antonio Frazzi. Both Ozpetek and the Frazzi brothers were nominated for best director as was Davide Ferrario for Dopo Mezzanotte (After Midnight), which received ten nominations. »

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Donatellos have 'Heart,' 'Love'

11 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

CANNES -- Giovanni Veronesi and Ferzan Ozpetek led the way with 12 David di Donatello nominations each for their respective films "Manuale D'Amore" (Manual of Love) and "Cuore Sacro" (Sacred Heart), Italy's equivalent to the Oscars. Both films were nominated in the best film category. Paolo Sorrentino's "Le Consequenze dell'amore" (The Consequences of Love) and Gianni Amelio's "Le Chiavi di Casa" (The House Keys) received 10 and seven award nominations respectively including best film and director nominations. Rounding out the best film category was "Certi Bambini" (Certain Kids), which was directed by Andrea and Antonio Frazzi. Both Ozpetek and the Frazzi brothers were nominated for best director as was Davide Ferrario for "Dopo Mezzanotte" (After Midnight), which received ten nominations. »

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'Chiavi' locks up top Nastro D'Argento film

6 February 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

ROME -- Gianni Amelio's Le chiavi di casa (The Keys to the House) was awarded Italy's Nastro D'Argento for best film, and Sergio Castellitto's Non Ti Muovere (Don't Move) garnered three awards, including best screenplay. Sophomore director Paolo Sorrentino and his film Le conseguenze dell'amore (The Consequences of Love) also fared well, with the film's protagonist Toni Servillo winning best actor, Raffaele Pisu winning best supporting actor and Sorrentino himself winning the Nastro D'Argento for best subject. Aurelio De Laurentiis was awarded the best producer award for his work on Che ne sara di noi (What Will Happen to Us) and Tutto in quella notte (All in a Night). »

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