The Pellicola d’oro Award at Venice Festival: a boost to enhance the "crafts" of cinema
They will be the "Best Director of Italian Film Production of the Venice Biennale" and the "Best Director of International Film Production at Venice Biennale", the two awards from La Pellicola d'Oro, which will be handed to two films in competition Friday September 8 at 11 am at the Spazio Anica / Cinecittà Luce - the Tropicana hall of the Excelsior, during the 74th International Film Festival at Venice Biennale, among the side awards.
The prestigious film award is promoted and organized by the Ass. Cult.le "Article 9 Culture and Entertainment" and "Sas Cinema", whose president is the screenwriter and director Enzo De Camillis. The Honorary Committee who will declare the two winners will be composed of Francesco Martino de Carles (Executive Producer) and Paolo Masini (Mibact), Maurizio Amati (Producer), Gianluca Leurini (Executive Producer), Fabio Benigni (AS .For.Cinema) and Enzo De Camillis himself.
The Pellicola d’oro is an acknowledgment, at its eighth edition, which aims to bring to the fore those "crafts" whose role is crucial to the realization of a film but which are at the same time virtually "unknown" or incorrectly evaluated by the audience who attends the cinemas or watches the movies on television channels. Alongside these awards, there are also special awards that are assigned to other film, entertainment and culture exponents, who are particularly distinguished in their career also in relation to the positive relationship with the craftsmen, technicians and artisans working on set.
Since last year, the Pellicola d’oro has crossed our borders with two important appointments in Lisbon (Portugal) and Sofia (Bulgaria) where the first edition of the Cinematographic Award was held.
The presence of the Pellicola d’oro Award at the 74th International Film Festival The Venice Biennale marks a great milestone for making even more known a prize dedicated to those who work form film production but always work behind the scenes.