Corti D’Argento 2023: Calcutta win 8:40 AM, After the war, As for us, Alice Rohrwacher, Greta Scarano

The Syndicate of Italian Film Journalists awarded the best short films of the season. The 2023 edition of the Corti D’Argento saw Calcutta triumph 8:40 AM, After the war, As for us. A Special Silver Ribbon went to Alice Rohrwacher for Le pupille. Greta Scarano also triumphed.

The Corti D’Argento, which are the Silver Ribbons destined for the best short films of the year. It was they who triumphed in this 2023 Adriano Valerio per Calcutta 8:40 AM and, for the animation, Simone Massi for the two courts After the war and As for us. A special Nastro D’Argento went to The Pupilsthe live action short film by Alice Rohrwacher Oscar nominee 2023.

The Syndicate of Italian Film Journalists has also awarded special prizes, which went to Just one hour Of Serena Corvagliadedicated to the great love story between Giuliano e Vera Montaldoit’s at Greta Scarano per Merry christmasbest directorial debut.

Mentions for Best Performances went to Aurora Giovinazzo per Nostos Of Mauro Zingarelliin competition at the Critics’ Week in Venice, ea Abdoulaye Seckthe protagonist of Battima Of Federico Demattéborn from the winning screenplay of the competition A short for Emergency.

Also noteworthy is the Media Fenix ​​Award, which ensures a Adriano Valeriowinner of the Nastro d’Argento for best fiction film, the post-production for his next short film.

The palmarès of this edition of Corti D’Argento is completed by a special mention “for the value of memory” to Ughetto Forno – The child partisan Of Fabio Vascowhich tells, through the eyes of a group of children, the story of Ugo Fornothe last victim of the Roman Resistance.

Not to forget, as part of the Corti D’Argento 2023, the Nobis Prize 2023. Elena CroceHonorary President of the Nobis Foundation, announced that the award – equivalent to five thousand euros to finance a film school short each year – was Ashes to ashes – dirty clothes are washed in the woods Of Lucia Elisa Marinelliof the cinema course of the NABA Academy of Fine Arts in Milan.

The award ceremony of the Corti D’Argento was inaugurated I umbrellad Of Francis Maselli, to which the SNGCI wanted to pay homage one month after his disappearance. The short dates back to 1951 and lasts just over 10 minutes, and already reveals the highly original gaze of a director destined to become a master.

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