Sydney Sibilla’s “Mixed by Erry” triumphs with four awards at the fifteenth “Galà Cinema Fiction – Italian Identity”, from November 20 to 25 at various venues in the city, with the grand finale and award ceremony at the Porta del Parco Auditorium of Bagnoli.
Among the winners are Teresa Saponangelo, Renato Carpentieri and Paola Minaccioni, names announced at a press conference at Palazzo Ischitella, Tecno headquarters.
Conceived and promoted by Valeria Della Rocca and organized by Solaria Service with the artistic direction of Marco Spagnoli, the contribution of the Municipality of Naples and the Film Commission of the Campania Region and the patronage of Agisa, the event also puts the spotlight on the education of young people.
And women have never been protagonists in the cinema like this year. The gala will be hosted by Angela Rafanelli (“The Sign of Women” on Rai Storia) to crown the edition that spreads in various places: Istituto Bernini De Sanctis, Palazzo Donn’Anna, Cinemas Modernissimo and Filangieri, Palazzo Cavalcanti).
The program includes a national preview (“Land of jeans in August” by Simone Bosco Ruggieri) and the first bell (“We are art through the eyes of Annalaure” by Annalaure Di Luggo). In the jury, the president of the film commission Titta Fiore, Tonino Pinto, Valerio Caprara, Enzo Sisti, Miriam Candurro.
Tomorrow live with Marco D’Amore at 5 pm on the Instagram channel “galacinemafiction”. On the 22nd “Weaving networks: women, opportunities and territory” with Women in Film, Television and Media Italia at Palazzo Donn’Anna, on the 23rd masterclass led by the president of the Union of Writers Italia Giorgio Glaviano with the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples.
Saponangelo is the best actress (“Born for you”), the awards will go to producer Francesco Pinto for “Filumena Marturano”; for “Inspector Ricardi” in the secondary roles of Antonio Milo and Maria Vera Rati. Special awards to Iris Peynado, Antonio Parlati for Rai Production Center in Naples and Renato Carpentieri for lifetime achievement.
Massimiliano Gallo is the best ‘protagonist’ for Vincenzo Malinconico, Giordano Marengo “Rising Star” with “La Vita Liarda degli Adulti”.
The first images of Spagnoli’s documentary about the Capodimonte Museum will be shown.