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Leonardo Sbaraglia, Helena Bonham Carter, Bob Hoskins: International Emmy Awards 2010

Leonardo Sbaraglia, Epitafios Leonardo Sbaraglia, Helena Bonham Carter and Bob Hoskins are three film personalities nominated for the 2010 International Emmy Awards, announced Monday, Oct. 4. Sbaraglia, one of the stars of Marcelo Piñeyro's unusual crime drama Burnt Money, received a best actor nomination for his copycat serial killer in HBO Latin America's Argentinean mini-series Epitafios, which is also in contention for best drama series. Bonham Carter is up for best actress for the BCC4's biopic Enid, in which she plays author Enid Blyton, whose life wasn't nearly as rosy as the stories found in her children's books. Hoskins' nomination was for best actor for his role as a sobered-up alcoholic who takes on the neighborhood's top thug in BBC1's The Street, which also received a nod for best drama series. Additionally, Sebastian Koch, one of the leading men in the Oscar-winning The Lives of Others, is a best

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