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The Nastri d’Argento jury crowns Bad Tales Best Film, while Pinocchio scoops Best Direction - Festivals / Awards - Italy

The Nastri d’Argento jury crowns Bad Tales Best Film, while Pinocchio scoops Best Direction - Festivals / Awards - Italy

The D’Innocenzo brothers’ film won five awards in all, Matteo Garrone’s took home six, Pierfrancesco Favino and Jasmine Trinca were named best actor and actress. On the same day that Italian film lost its greatest musical composer Ennio Morricone, the sector is trying to raise itself up, after months of Coronavirus-related inactivity and uncertainty, by celebrating the very best of the talent among its ranks. And it was the younger nominees who triumphed this year at the 74th edition of the Silver Ribbons, the awards ceremony of which took place yesterday evening, dedicated to the late master, at Rome’s National Museum of 21st Century Arts (Maxxi), attended solely by the prize-winners and unfolding in line with health and safety guidelines. The 2020 Nastro for Best Film went to Bad Tales, by the 31-year-old twins Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo, which bagged five trophies in all, out of its nine nominations: aside.

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