The Official Awards of the ninth edition of the Rome Film Festival

The Audience at the 9th Rome film Festival chose the award-winning films in each of the programme sections of the Official Selection: Cinema d’Oggi, Gala, Mondo Genere, Prospettive Italia. The most important acknowledgments have therefore been assigned on the basis of the votes cast by audiences after the screenings.

Thanks to technology by Akai and Xaos, movie-goers voted using an App (for iOS and Android), or on the official Festival website Assisted voting was available in the Foyer of Sala Santa Cecilia, Sala Sinopoli and Sala Petrassi (Auditorium Parco della Musica) and at the voting station located in the Villaggio Cinema.

The festival audience assigned the following awards:

BNL People’s Choice Award | Gala – Trashby Stephen Daldry

People’s Choice Award | Cinema d’Oggi – Shier gongmin / 12 Citizens by Xu Ang

People’s Choice Award | Mondo Genere – Haiderby Vishal Bhardwaj

BNL People’s Choice Award  | Cinema Italia (Fiction) –Fino a qui tutto beneby Roan Johnson

People’s Choice Award  | Cinema Italia (Documentary) –Looking for Kadijaby Francesco G. Raganato

TAODUE Camera D’oro Prize for Best Debut Film

All the debut feature-length films included in all the sections (including both the Official Selection and the Independent and Parallel Sidebars) competed this award. The jury chaired by Jonathan Nossiter (director) and composed of Francesca Calvelli (editor), Cristiana Capotondi (actress), Valerio Mastandrea (director, actor, producer), and Sydney Sibilia (director) assigned the TAODUE Camera D’oro Prize for Best Debut Film to:

Andrea Di Stefanodirector of Escobar: Paradise Lost(Gala)

Laura Hastings-Smith producer of X+Yby Morgan Matthews (Alice nella città)

– Special Mention: Last Summer by Leonardo Guerra Seràgnoli (Prospettive Italia)


DOC/IT Award to the Best Italian Documentary

The jury chaired by Federico Schiavi (producer) and composed of Valeria Adilardi (producer), Mario Balsamo (director), Ilaria De Laurentiis (editor), and Paolo Petrucci (director and editor) assigned the DOC/IT award for the Best Italian Documentary to:

Largo Baraccheby Gaetano Di Vaio (Prospettive Italia)

Special Mention: Roma Terminiby Bartolomeo Pampaloni (Prospettive Italia)





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