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David awards honor 'Youth' with six nods

14 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ROME -- In a ceremony marred by news of the possible killing of one of four Italians held hostage in Iraq, Italy's top movie prizes, the David di Donatello awards, were awarded Wednesday night in Rome. Marco Tullio Giordana's La Meglio Gioventu (Best of Youth), a boxoffice hit about the lives of two Roman brothers, won the David for best film, director, screenplay, producer, editing and sound. Salvatore Mereu, a young filmmaker from Sardinia, won the debut director award for Ballo a Tre Passi (Three-Step Dance), a film based on four true interconnected stories about life in Sardinia. »

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'Gioventu' tops Nastri d'Argento nods

7 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ROME -- La Meglio Gioventu, Marco Tullio Giordana's drama about the lives of two Roman brothers through the years 1966-2000, was the big winner at Italy's 59th Nastri d'Argento (Silver Ribbon) awards Tuesday. A RAI Cinema co-production, Gioventu won the prizes for best director, producer, screenplay, actress, actor, live take and editing. Gioventu has been a boxoffice success in Italy and has received rave reviews in Italian newspapers. The best actress prize was awarded to the film's entire female cast, while the best actor award went to its male cast on equal merit with actor Roberto Herlitzka (Buongiorno Notte). »

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Italy sets noms for Nastri d'Argento film awards

3 March 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

ROME -- The organizers of Italy's biggest film awards ceremony, the Nastri d'Argento, have unveiled their 2004 nominations a few weeks earlier than in the past with an eye to extending the life of Italian movies at the boxoffice and help make up for last year's poor sales. Marco Bellocchio for Buongiorno, Notte (Good Morning, Night), Bernardo Bertolucci forThe Dreamers, Daniele Cipri and Franco Moresco for Il Ritorno di Cagliostro (The Return of Cagliostro), Marco Tullio Giordana for La Meglio Gioventu (The Best Youth), Ermanno Olmi for Cantandp Dietro I Paraventi (Singing Behind the Windscreen), and Paolo Virzi for Caterina Va in Citta (Caterina Goes Into Town) were nominated for the best Italian movie director award. »

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