Rome Film Fest – History – Awards and Juries 2010
AWARDS CONFERRED BY THE INTERNATIONAL JURY
An international jury presided by Sergio Castellitto, and composed of journalist and writer Natalia Aspesi, director Ulu Grosbard, writer Patrick McGrath, director Edgar Reitz, and the director of the Multimedial Arts Museum in Moscow, Olga Sviblova, judged the films in Competition within the Official Selection. The international jury conferred the:
– Marc’Aurelio Jury Award for Best Film: Kill Me Please by Olias Barco
– Marc’Aurelio Grand Jury Award: Hævnen – In a Better World by Susanne Bier
– Marc’Aurelio Special Jury Award: Poll by Chris Kraus
– Marc’Aurelio Jury Award for Best Actor: Toni Servillo for Una Vita Tranquilla
– Marc’Aurelio Jury Award for Best Actress: the entire female cast of Las Buenas hierbas
– Special Plaque of the President of the Italian Republic for the film which best emphasizes human and social values: Dog Sweat by Hossein Keshavarz
By means of an electronic system, the Festival provided for the participation of the audiences to the conferring of the Marc’Aurelio Audience Award for Best Film – BNL in Competition within the Official Selection.
The audiences conferred the:
– Marc’Aurelio Audience Award for Best Film – BNL: Hævnen – In a Better World by Susanne Bier
MARC’AURELIO AWARD FOR BEST DOCUMENTARY IN THE EXTRA SECTION
An international jury composed of documentary film makers, presided by da Folco Quilici, and composed of Anna Glogowski, Villi Herman, Alexandre O. Philippe and Kayo Yoshida, conferred the:
– Marc’Aurelio Award for Best Documentary in the Extra section: De Regenmakers by Floris-Jan Van Luyn
MARC’AURELIO AWARD FOR EMERGING NEW TALENTS
As of this 2010 edition, the Festival also conferred the Marc’Aurelio Award for Emerging New Talents, in collaboration with the Youth Department of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. The new acknowledgement is meant so as to award the best director or best actor/actress at his/her first film. The jury composed of Andrea Piersanti (chairman), Valentina Carnelutti, Claudio Giovannesi, Uliana Kovaleva and Giampaolo Rossi, conferred the:
– Marc’Aurelio Award for Emerging New Talents: Kaspar Munk for Hold Om Mig
The films in competition within the Alice nella città section received two Marc’Aurelio Alice nella città Awards. The winners were chosen by two juries: one composed of children from eight to thirteen years of age, and the other by teenagers from fourteen to seventeen years of age, both specially selected between audiences and schools.
The two kids juries conferred the:
– Marc’Aurelio Alice nella città Under 12 Award: I Want To Be a Soldier by Christian Molina
– Marc’Aurelio Alice nella città Over 12 Award: Adem by Hans Van Nuffel
MARC’AURELIO AWARD IN MEMORY OF SUSO CECCHI D’AMICO
The fifth edition of the Festival conferred the Marc’Aurelio Award in memory of the Italian screenwriter who passed away on 31st July of this year.
MARC’AURELIO ACTING AWARD
The Festival conferred the Marc’Aurelio Acting Award on Julianne Moore.