“Delitto e Castigo” con la regia di Francesco Giuffrè in scena il 26 e 27 ottobre al Teatro Traetta di Bitonto
The journey into a reality so far away from us, where centuries old traditions clash with the aim and the need of new feminine generations to access education and self-determination, is transformed by the film director into a high quality cinematic tale.
Leonardo Sbaraglia gives life and body to the complex and originally evil nature of the main character of “El otro hermano”.
Best Actress: Hera Hilmar (“An Ordinary Man”)
Though only 28 years old, Hera Hilmar stands up to the co-lead actor Ben Kingsley in “An Ordinary Man” and, with a subtracting work, she is able to create a powerful and surprising character.
Together with the award to an already renowned actor such as Leonardo Sbaraglia, the Jury unanimously wants to highlight the debut work of Andrea Carpenzano, lead actor of the good film by Francesco Bruni “Tutto quello che vuoi”. Andrea Carpenzano receives a special mention as breakthrough actor of the Festival.
Federico Fellini Platinum Award for Cinematic Excellence
An eclectic author, an intelligent, farsighted but also – and above all – brave artist who successfully faced complex challenges, both artistic and technical, in his cinema and theatre work.
A director who resolutely anticipated the future, using 3D in his The Nutcracker, and also in his television work with projects such as The Winter Lion and The Odissey.
His cinema – including films such as Runaway Train, Maria’s Lovers, Assia and the Hen with the Golden Eggs, The Inner Circle, House of Fools, Il Peccato – demonstrates a constant commitment to explore existence through a great work of research, thought and action.