All David di Donatello Awards in 2022

After two years of unusual ceremony, the David di Donatello Awards are back for everyone, and the venue for the big party is Cinecittà, for an evening on stage in ancient Rome. The Dream Factory pays homage to Italian film with great writers such as Martone, Sorrentino, Di Costanzo.

It was the hand of God
It was the hand of God

More than the cinema, I like the after-cinema, where we discuss the feelings we feel and I think it’s a very civilized moment to be together. We all need to train this attitude to communicate what we feel, because there is a need for civilization, to be together“. With this message of love and joy towards the cinema Drusilla Foer welcomes the audience along with Carlo Conti to the 67th ceremony of David di Donatello. An inevitably exciting evening that sees everyone in attendance, graduates, journalists, professionals, all guests of what Federico Fellini has called “the factory of dreams”, or Cinecittà, in this historic moment once again a hotbed of national and international productions.

Freaks out
Freaks out

THE MOMENTS OF THIS EDITION THAT WE WILL NOT FORGET

Freaks out and It was the hand of God are the films that receive the most awards, while Teresa Saponangelo and Eduardo Scarpetta are among the winners of this 67th edition. The first for best supporting actress It was the hand of God and number two for best supporting actor Here I laugh. Their prices are heartfelt and sacred. Teresa Saponangelo, finally noticed and appreciated by Italian film and who has Antonio Capuano as a good luck charm; Eduardo Scarpetta is a young man with great talent, emotion and courtesy, who in the last year has shown that he has so much to give to the seventh art. A big tribute with photos and archive interviews was dedicated to Monica Vitti, an actress that our cinema has loved and still loves today who has given so much to the cinema. Using Vitti’s words: “the cinema has helped me to live mentally, physically, professionally and it will help you too. Love him as I love him “. “I did not expect thatSays an infidel Silvio OrlandoBest Actor for Still air who enthusiastically dedicates this award to his wife. “Definitely the best person I have ever met in my life. And I thank Tony Servillo and Leonardo Di Costanzo who forced me to make this film, I would not do it, a character so far from my ropes“. Still air it is a film that takes the viewer inside prisons and turns roles and moods upside down. A film that is beautifully disorienting. How the documentary disorients in an emotional and overwhelming way Ennio by Giuseppe Tornatore, who, by withdrawing his David, says: “In recent weeks, I have long wondered what was the reason for the film’s success, and I have not yet found it. I think the secret lies in the way Ennio told himself by addressing the public as a trusted friend.“. Special prize for Antonio Capuano. All the studio together for a filmmaker like him. One of the writers who has always stayed away from glamor and lived by the cinema and its vitality, the same as he emphasizes Paolo Sorrentino to his song in such an important moment. “I do not understand why you clap, I do not deserve it“, He says Capuano. And raising the statue to heaven, he adds: “I thank Piera and all the members of the Academy one by one and I dedicate this to my boyfriend who is no longer there“.

ALL THE PRIZES OF THE 67th EDITION OF DAVID DI DONATELLO

BEST MOVIE
It was the hand of God

BEST DIRECTION
It was God’s hand Paolo SORRENTINO

BEST DIRECTOR’S DEBUT
Little body Laura SAMANI

BEST ORIGINAL SCRIPT
In the air Leonardo DI COSTANZO, Bruno OLIVIERO, Valia SANTELLA

BEST NON-ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
The armed Monica ZAPELLI, Donatella DI PIETRANTONIO

BEST PRODUCTS
Freaks Out Andrea OCCHIPINTI, Stefano MASSENZI, Mattia GUERRA (LUCKY RED) – Gabriele MAINETTI (GOON FILMS) – RAI CINEMA

BEST ACTOR
To Chiara Swamy ROTOLO

BEST ACTOR
Ariaferma Silvio ORLANDO

BEST ACTOR
It was God’s hand Teresa SAPONANGELO

BEST ACTIONS
Here I laugh Eduardo SCARPETTA

BEST AUTHOR FOR PHOTOGRAPHY
It was God’s hand Daria D’NTONIO
Flipper out Michele D’ATTANASIO

BEST COMPOSER
The brothers De Filippo Nicola PIOVANI

BEST ORIGINAL SONG
Diabolics – DEPTH OF DEPTH

BEST SCENOGRAPHY
Freaks Out Massimiliano STURIALE – Ilaria FALLACARA

BEST SUITS
Here I laugh Ursula PATZAK

BEST MAKEUP
Freaks Out Diego PRESTOPINO – Emanuele DE LUCA e
Davide DE LUCA (prosthesis or special make-up)

BEST HAIR
Freaks out Marco PERNA

BETTER INSTALLATION
Ennio Massimo VAGTEL, Annalisa SCHILLACI

BETTER SOUND
Ennio

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS – VFX
Flipper out Stefano LEONI

BEST DOCUMENTARY
Ennio di Giuseppe TORNATORE

BEST INTERNATIONAL MOVIE
Belfast by Kenneth Branagh

DAVID YOUNG
It was the hand of God

The best short film David di Donatello 2022 Award is: MAESTRALE by Nico Bonomolo.

– Margherita Bordino

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