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BEST PICTURE

MICHAEL FITZGERALD
ANDREA IERVOLINO
MONIKA BACARDI
OLGA SEGURA

BEST ACTOR

MARK RYLANCE

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

JOHNNY DEPP

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

CHRIS MENGES

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

CARLO POGGIOLI

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

DOMENICO SICA
CRISPIAN SALLIS

BEST PICTURE

MICHAEL FITZGERALD
ANDREA IERVOLINO
MONIKA BACARDI
OLGA SEGURA

BEST ACTOR

MARK RYLANCE

BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR

JOHNNY DEPP

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

CHRIS MENGES

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

CARLO POGGIOLI

BEST PRODUCTION DESIGN

DOMENICO SICA
CRISPIAN SALLIS

Directed by CIRO GUERRA

Based on the novel by J.M. COETZEE 2003 Nobel Prize in Literature

Written by J.M. COETZEE

Synopsis

The MAGISTRATE looks forward to retirement until the arrival of COLONEL JOLL, whose task it is to report on the ‘barbarians’ and security on the frontier. The torture of the ‘barbarians’ by the Colonel leads the Magistrate to a crisis of conscience and a quixotic act of rebellion.

“Johnny Depp is unexpectedly sublime.”

GERALD PEARY, THE ARTS FUSE

“A stunning portrait of quiet humanity by Mark Rylance.”

JOHN BLEASDALE, SIGHT & SOUND MAGAZINE

“A powerful lead performance by Mark Rylance.”

JOHN BLEASDALE, SIGHT & SOUND MAGAZINE

BEST COSTUME DESIGN

CARLO POGGIOLI

Carlo Poggioli studied and graduated in stage and costume design at the Istituto D’Arte and The Accademia di Belle Arti in Naples.

After completing his studies, Poggioli worked in Rome as assistant for some of the most important Italian costume designers such as Gabriella Pescucci, Piero Tosi, Maurizio Millenotti, for films directed by: J. J. Annaud’s “The Name of the Rose”, Terry Gilliam’s “The Adventures of the Baron Munchausen”, Federico Fellini’s “The Voice of the Moon”, Martin Scorsese’s “The Age of Innocence” (Oscar 1993 Best Costumes), Franco Zeffirelli’s “Sparrow” and more.

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He also worked alongside Ann Roth as assistant for “The English Patient” (Oscar 1996 Best Costumes) and, as associate designer, for “The Talented Mr. Ripley” directed by Anthony Minghella.

In Opera productions, Poggioli worked with directorLiliana Cavani (La Traviata, Teatro alla Scala di Milano), Mauro Bolognini (Norma, Teatro Bellini di Catania), Franco Zeffirelli (Aida and Boheme, Teatro dell’ Opera di Roma and Tel Aviv Opera House).

He designed the costumes for productions directed by Ruggero Cappuccio and orchestra directed by Riccardo Muti as “Falstaff (Teatro alla Scala Di Milano), Nina ossia La pazza per amore (Teatro Alla Scala e Piccolo di Milano) and, recently, “Il ritorno di Don Calandrino”, at the Salzburg Opera Theatre.

The recent Operas includes: “Gustavo III” (Teatro San Carlo di Napoli), “L’ Elisir d’Amore”, “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” and “Don Pasquale” (Teatro dell’Opera di Roma).

As a costume designer for Feature and TV Films, Poggioli has designed costumes for “Marquise” directed by Vera Belmont, “Jason and the Argonauts” (TV Mini Series), “The Mists of Avalon” directed by Uli Edel (TV Mini Series – EMMY AWARDS nomination for best costume), “Cold Mountain” co-designed with A. Roth, directed by Anthony Minghella (BAFTA nomination for best costume), “Van Helsing” directed by Steven Sommers(SATURN AWARD nomination), “Doom” directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak, “The Fine Art Of Love: Mine-Haha”directed by John Irvin, “The Inquiry” directed by Giulio Base and “The Brothers Grimm” co-designed with G. Pescucci and directed by Terry Gilliam.

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BEST ADAPTADED SCREENPLAY

J.M. COETZEE

BEST ACTRESS

GANA BAYARSAIKHAN

BEST DIRECTOR

CIRO GUERRA

BEST FILM EDITING

JACOPO QUADRI

BEST MAKEUP AND HAIRSTYLING

MARTA ROGGERO
ARMIDO PEZZATO

BEST MUSIC (ORIGNAL SCORE)

GIAMPIERO AMBROSI
MARCO BELTRAMI
BUCK SANDERS