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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 PRODUCTION DESIGN

DOMENICO SICA

Born in Vallecrosia (IM) on 31/01/1962, after attending and graduating from the artistic high school and Academy of Fine Arts in Rome begins his professional career as a production designer since 1983 with more than 30 years of experience.
Right from the beginning of his career he collaborated alongside production designer Luciano Ricceri for high-profile directors such as Liliana Cavani (Interior of Berlin), Ettore Scola (Maccheroni, Captain Fracassa), Giuliano Montaldo (Golden glasses), Fellini (the Interview ).

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He continued his career as an art director at the cinema for other great directors such as Bertolucci, (little Buddha “”Styling beauty”. Jane Campion,” Portrait of a Lady “. Martin Scorsese,” Kundun “. Giuseppe Tornatore” The legend of the pianist on the ocean “” Malena “as well as for various commercials and fashion events.

He has worked on several historical films such as “Jesus” (by R.Young), alongside production designer Dante Ferretti for “Titus” (by J.Taymor), where he is nominated for the best art direction, and “Kundun” by M. Scorsese. Quo Vadis “(by F.Rossi),” The Evengers “(by Joss Whedon),” Wonder Woman “(by Patty Jenkins), where he was nominated for best art direction,” the young messiah “(by Cyrus Nowrasteh),” the american ”(by Anton Corbin) and many others, for the theatrical settings of operas performed at the Verona Arena such as Attila, Turandot, Il Trovatore, La Boheme.

Between 2003 and 2005 he dedicated himself to the complex setting scenes of ancient Rome for the English television series “ROME” by HBO, winning the Emmy Awards in 2006 for the best production designer and supervising art direction. He continued his professional career signing as a production designer some television series and commercials, including “I Medici: The magnificent” and “Ris 5”. Finally he collaborated as a production designer with Crispian Sallis for the Ciro Guerra film “Waiting for the barbarians”.

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CRISPIAN SALLIS

Three-times Oscar nominated and Emmy-winning Set Decorator, Crispian has been Production Designer of Eran Creevy’s ‘Welcome To The Punch’ starring James McAvoy and Mark Strong, as well as Chris Menges’ ‘Crisscross’ starring and produced by Goldie Hawn filmed in Key West and Miami, Florida. Other films Crispian has designed include Shane Meadow’s ‘A Room for Romeo Brass’ and ‘Once Upon A Time In The Midlands’, Marc Evans’ ‘My Little Eye’ and ‘Trauma’ starring Colin Firth, ‘Colour Me Kubrick’ starring John Malkovich, ‘Keeping Mum’ starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Maggie Smith and Rowan Atkinson and ‘The Infiltrator’ starring Bryan Cranston, directed by Brad Furman.

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He was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Art Direction for James Cameron’s ‘Aliens’, Bruce Beresford’s ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ and Ridley Scott’s ‘Gladiator’ and was nominated two years in succession for a Primetime Emmy for The Tudors, winning one.

Other films Crispian has set decorated include Oliver Stone’s ‘JFK’, Terry Gilliam’s ‘Twelve Monkey’s’, Michael Cimino’s ‘Desperate Hours’, Paul Anderson’s ‘Event Horizon’, Mike Figgis’ ‘The Browning Version’, Stephen Sommer’s ‘The Jungle Book’, Neil Jordan’s ‘Breakfast on Pluto’, Ridley Scott’s ‘Hannibal’ and Tony Scott’s ‘Revenge’ as well as James Bond films, ‘Octopussy’ and ‘A View To A Kill’, and ‘Top Secret’ among many others. In 2014 he was set decorator on Brian Helgeland’s ‘Legend’, starring Tom Hardy as the Kray brothers.

Crispian started in the film industry straight from school as Michael Winner’s P.A. on ‘The Big Sleep’ starring Robert Mitchum and James Stewart before joining Ridley Scott’s ‘Alien’ as the Runner in the production office where he was spotted by Sir Ridley and then UK Head of Twentieth Century Fox Peter Beale sketching a design for the spaceship Nostromo and was moved to the Art Department where he has worked ever since… Work as a Junior Draughtsman on ‘Nijinsky’, directed by Herb Ross and Franklin Shaffner’s ‘Sphinx’ followed. He was 20 years old when, as a Junior Draughtsman on his first 007 film, ‘For Your Eyes Only’, he was asked by Production Designer Peter Lamont to set decorate his first film sets, Margaret Thatcher’s kitchen at No.10 Downing Street and Q’s Laboratory.

He has just finished designing and set decorating Nobel-winning Laureate J.M.Coetzee’s ‘Waiting for the Barbarians’ starring Sir Mark Rylance and Johnny Depp, directed by Ciro Guerra and produced by Michael Fitzgerald, filmed in Morocco and Rome.

In his spare time, Crispian has completed many interior design commissions and written several spec screenplays. He lives in London and has two children both born in America. His father is the well known British character actor, Peter Sallis O.B.E., best known for the BBC’s longest ever running comedy series, ‘Last of the Summer Wine’ as well as providing the voice of Wallace in Aardman’s adored children’s film series, the Wallace and Gromit films.

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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