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David di Donatello

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David di Donatello

Film award presented each year for cinematic performances and production by Laccademia del Cinema Italiano add

Category: Movies & TV

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Countries: Italy (78%), United States (8%), France (4%)

Main connections: Gina Lollobrigida, Venice Film Festival, Fabrizio Gifuni

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Timeline


 

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1950

During the years the ceremony was held in Taormina during the 1950s, it was organized by journalist and film producer Michael Stern who later went on to found The Michael Stern Parkinson's Research Foundation in New York City add something


1955

The "David di Donatello" Awards were first given in Rome in the spring of 1955 add something

 

Gina Lollobrigida - In 1955 Lollobrigida appeared in "The World's Most Beautiful Woman", for which she received the first David di Donatello for Best Actress *award


1956

The 1956 "David" by Bulgari, awarded to Gina Lollobrigida for "Beautiful but Dangerous" was auctioned at Sothebys in 2013 add something


1957

After Rome, from 1957 to 1980, the ceremonies were held at the Greek Theatre in Taormina, during Taormina Film Fest, twice in Florence, and finally returned to Rome, always with the support of the President of the Republic and now with the collaboration of the Rome City Council Cultural Policies Department add something


1961

La Notte - In 1961 "La Notte" received the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival, as well as the David di Donatello Award for Best Director

 

Gina Lollobrigida - Lollobrigida has won 6 David di Donatello, 2 Nastro d'Argento, and 6 Bambi *awards; she was nominated three times for the Golden Globe and won one in 1961 as "World Film Favourite - Female"; she was nominated once for a Bafta


1962

Gina Lollobrigida - In 1962 she was directed again by Jean Delannoy in "Venere Imperiale" and received a Nastro d'Argento and a David di Donatello *award


1970

Lino Capolicchio - He won a special David di Donatello acting *award for his role in Vittorio de Sica's 1970 film, "The Garden of the Finzi-Continis"


1971

Claude Lelouch - In 1971, he won the David di Donatello for Best Foreign Directing for Le Voyou


1973

Laura Antonelli - She won the David di Donatello prize in 1973 and 1981 and the Italian National Syndicate of Film Journalists Award, Nastro d'Argento in 1974


1974

Turi Ferro - In 1974 he received a special David di Donatello for "the value and success of his performances"

 

Monica Vitti - In 1974 she won the David di Donatello *award for Best Actress in Alberto Sordi's "Polvere di stelle"


1976

Christian De Sica - As an actor, De Sica has won three David di Donatello *awards: a prize for "Giovannino" in 1976, a special one together with Massimo Boldi in 2000, and a third one in 2009


1978

Pasquale Squitieri - His film "Il prefetto di ferro" won the David di Donatello for Best Film in 1978


1979

Franco Brusati - He was an Academy Award nominee as Best Foreign Film for his 1979 film To Forget Venice, film which won David di Donatello for Best Film


1985

Carlo Savina - In 1985 he won the David di Donatello Best Music *award for the film score of "Pizza Connection"

 

Angela Molina - In 1985 she became the first foreign actress to win the Italian cinematographic "David di Donatello" prize


1988

Ermanno Olmi - In 1988, his "La leggenda del santo bevitore" , based on the novel by Joseph Roth and starring Rutger Hauer, won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival as well as a David di Donatello *award

 

Daniele Luchetti - Luchetti's first film as director was "Domani accadrà" of 1988, which won a David di Donatello as best debuting film and received a mention in the 1988 Cannes Film Festival


1989

Sergio Rubini - In 1989 Rubini debuted as director with "La stazione", written with his friend Umberto Marino. The film won a Silver Ribbon and a David di Donatello as best debut work


1990

Margherita Buy - Afterwards, she played in Sergio Rubini's "La Stazione" for which she won her first David di Donatello Prize and the Silver Ribbon as best leading actress, in 1990


1992

Licia Maglietta - She made her film debut in 1992, in Martone's "Death of a Neapolitan Mathematician", and had her breakout in 2000 thanks to the role of Rosalba Barletta in Silvio Soldini's "Bread and Tulips", which got her a David di Donatello, a Nastro d'Argento and a Ciak d'oro


1993

Roberto Faenza - In 1993 he directed "Jonah Who Lived in the Whale" starring actress Juliet Aubrey for which he was *awarded the David di Donatello for Best Director


1994

Leone Pompucci - Equipped with that experience he makes his first film, "Mille bolle blu", for which he receives the David di Donatello award for best young director in 1994


1996

Carlo Lizzani - For his 1996 film "Celluloide", which deals with the making of "Rome, Open City", he received a second David di Donatello *award for his screenplay


1999

Fabrizio Gifuni - Two years later he had his breakout role as Pelaia in Gianni Amelio's "The Way We Laughed", in 1999 he received a nomination for Best Actor at the David di Donatello for his performance in "Un amore"

 

Maurizio Zaccaro - "A respectable man" won the Pasinetti award in Venice Film Festival 1999, another David di Donatello for best supporting actor award and a Silver Ribbon for best screenplay


2003

Fabrizio Gifuni - In 2003 thanks to his performance in "The Best of Youth" he received her second nomination for David di Donatello and won the Nastro d'Argento for Best Actor along with the rest of the male cast


2005

Ferzan Ozpetek - Once again pairing up with producers Gianni Romoli and Tilde Corsi, in 2005, Özpetek directed "Cuore sacro", which received 12 nominations at the David di Donatello *awards, where Barbora Bobulova won the Best Actress *award


2006

Daniele Luchetti - His most recent films are "Mio fratello è figlio unico" , for which Elio Germano won the David di Donatello as best actor in a leading role, and "La nostra vita" , which was the only Italian film selected for official competition at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival


2007

Barbara Cupisti - Her first Documentary movie "Mothers" , showned in Venice Film Festival 2007, won the David di Donatello 2008 for Best Documentary of the year


2008

Anita Caprioli - In 2008 she earned a nomination to Nastro d'Argento for Best Supporting Actress for "Non pensarci". in In 2012 she was nominated to the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress thanks to her performance in "Heavenly Body"


2009

Piera Degli Esposti - In 2009 she won the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Mrs. Enea in "Il Divo"


2010

Emitt Rhodes - In 2010 "The One Man Beatles" was nominated for David di Donatello Award as Best Documentary of 2010

 

Ilaria Occhini - In 2010 she won a David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Loose Cannons"; the same year she was awarded with a special Nastro d'Argento for her career

 

Matteo Barzini - The documentary was distributed by Cinecittà Luce and in competition for the David di Donatello 2010/11

 

Paolo Virzi - The film received 18 nominations for the David di Donatello *award in 2010, winning three prizes for Best Screenplay , for Best Actress and Best Actor


2011

Matteo Bernardini - The short was presented out of competition at the 67th Venice International Film Festival and was selected for the 2011 David di Donatello awards


2012

Anita Caprioli - In 2012 she was nominated to the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actress thanks to her performance in "Heavenly Body"

 

Barbara Cupisti - The movie has been awarded with Premio Ilaria Alpi2012 for the best documentary of the year and got the nomination for David di Donatello 2013


2014

Fabrizio Gifuni - In 2014 he won the David di Donatello for Best Supporting Actor and the Nastro d'Argento for Best Actor for his role in "Human Capital"

 

Paolo Virzi - The film went on to receive 19 nominations for the 2014 David di Donatello *awards, winning seven, including best film


 

In 2015, it was announced that both the eligibility period and the award ceremony date would change in the coming years add something


2016

In 2016, the ceremony was brought forward to April add something


2017

For the 2017 ceremony, the eligibility period will be March-December 2016 add something


2018

For the 2018 edition, the eligibility period will be the 2017 solar year add something

 

Nico - At the 2018 David di Donatello *awards in Italy , "Nico, 1988" received the Best Script *award, and was nomimated in the Best Films category


2019

Uma Thurman - In March 2019, Thurman received career honorary *award "Special David", given by Italian David di Donatello *awards ceremony