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GRAVITY by ALFONSO CUARÓN wins the FUTURE FILM FESTIVAL DIGITAL AWARD 2013

06/09/2013

GRAVITY by ALFONSO CUARÓN wins the FUTURE FILM FESTIVAL DIGITAL AWARD 2013

The Special Mention goes to THE ZERO THEOREM by Terry Gilliam, our Festival first great guest in 1999.

 

 

Venice, September 6th, 2013 For the 15th consecutive year Future Film Festival renovates its partecipation to the Venice Film Festival with the Future Film Festival Digital Award, a collateral prize officially assigned according to La Biennale and selected by a jury for the best use of animation and special effects in a movie presented in Venice.

The Jury of the prize, composed by critics and journalists (Titta Fiore, Il Mattino; Rocco Giurato, mondofilm.it; Giuseppina Manin, Il Corriere della Sera; Teresa Marchesi, Tg3; Lee Marshall, Screen International; Gabriele Niola, Wired; Anna Maria Pasetti, Il Fatto Quotidiano; Cristiana Paternò, Cinecittà News; Roberto Silvestri, Hollywood Party; Boris Sollazzo, Ilsole24ore.com) appointed the Future Film Festival Digital Award 2013 to GRAVITY by Alfonso Cuarón.

Furthermore, a Special Mention goes to THE ZERO THEOREM by Terry Gilliam, a very important author for Future Film Festival, as in 1999 he has been the first great guest of the Italian Festival.

 

We are also happy to remind that this year, for the first time, Future Film Festival assigned another prize, the brand new Future Film Festival Special Award, conferred by the Festival Directors Giulietta Fara and Oscar Cosulich to GRAVITY by Alfonso Cuarón.

 

The winners of the previous Digital Award are:

 

2012   Bad 25 by Spike Lee

2011   Faust by Aleksandr Sokurov

2010   Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame by Tsui Hark

2009   Metropia by Tarik Saleh

2008   The Sky Crawlers by Mamoru Oshii

2007   Redacted by Brian De Palma

2006   Inland Empire by David Lynch

 

2005   La Sposa Cadavere by Tim Burton

2004   Collateral by Michael Mann

2003   Zatoichi by Takeshi Kitano

2002   Blood Work by Clint Eastwood

2001   A.I. Intelligenza Artificiale by Steven Spielberg

2000   Time and Tide by Tsui Hark;

1999   Hakuchi: the Innocent by Makoto Tezka

 

The 16th edition of Future Film Festival will be held in Bologna, Italy, from April 1st to 6th, 2014. 

Future Film Festival Press Office

Gabriele Barcaro

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