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The Capri Awards

On the cusp of two key end-of-the-year awards events – the opening of Oscar® nomination voting on January 5th and the Golden Globes® ceremony on January 7th – it was revealed today that “Get Out,” directed by Jordan Peele, was named Best Picture and that Best Director kudos went to Christopher Nolan for “Dunkirk” at the just ended 22nd edition of Capri, Hollywood - The International Film Festival, which is presented annually by the Capri in the World Institute.

 

The awards were announced by festival founder and producer Pascal Vicedomini. He also said that “Darkest Hour,” directed by Joe Wright, and “Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri,” directed by Martin McDonagh, each scored three awards. “Three Billboards’ was cited for Best Actress, Frances McDormand; Best Supporting Actor, Sam Rockwell; and Best Original Screenplay, Martin McDonagh.  “Darkest Hour” received awards for Best Film Editing, Valerio Bonelli; Best Original Score, Dario Marianelli; and Best Make-up and Hairstyling.

 

Two awards went to both “The Disaster Artist” (Best Actor, James Franco and Best Adapted Screenplay, Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Weber, Greg Sestero and Tom Bissell) and “Coco” (Best Animated Movie and Best Original Song, “Remember Me” by Michael Giacchino,

Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez).

 

"This was an extraordinary year for the quality of the artists who attended and the variety of works presented at Capri, Hollywood," said Vicedomini at the close of the fest. “I'm confident that many of our winners will go on to be honored at the Golden Globes and the Oscars. I extend best wishes to all of them and hope to see them in Los Angeles at the 2018 edition of our LA, Italia Film, Fashion & Art Fest (February 25 – March 2).”

 

In addition to Vicedomini, the members of the Capri, Hollywood jury included: Israeli music icon Noa (honorary festival president), German Golden Globe-winning actress Nastassja Kinski (past Capri Career Achievement Award recipient), Italian producer Andrea Iervolino (past Friend of Capri Award recipient), Italian Oscar-winning production designer Gianni Quaranta, Italian Oscar-winning makeup artist Alessandro Bertolazzi, Italian screenwriter Enrico Vanzina, Italian director Francesco Patierno and Italian producer Ida Di Benedetto.

 

The 22nd edition of the Capri, Hollywood - The International Film Fest was chaired by the Oscar®-winning Italian make-up artist Alessandro Bertolazzi and is dedicated to the beauty and talent of Elizabeth Taylor. Since 1995, Capri, Hollywood has promoted tourism in southern Italy during the winter, highlighting new ideas for recreation and exploration of the region. The event is supported by the Italian Ministry of Culture (Cinema Division) and the Municipality of Anacapri.

 

In the Picture: Pascal Vicedomini, Jonas Carpignano, Melissa Leo, Noa, Alessandro Bertolazzi and Gianni Quaranta

 

2017 ‘CAPRI, HOLLYWOOD’ AWARD WINNERS

Best Picture – Get Out

Best Director - Christopher Nolan – Dunkirk

Best Actor – James Franco – The Disaster Artist

Best Actress – Frances McDormand – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Supporting Actor – Sam Rockwell – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Supporting Actress – Melissa Leo – Novitiate

Best Adapted Screenplay – The Disaster Artist

Best Original Screenplay - Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Best Animated Movie - Coco

Best Documentary Feature – Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives

Best Foreign Language Film – Foxtrot (Israel), directed by Samuel Maoz

Best Cinematography – Hostiles

Best Film Editing – Darkest Hour

Best Make-up and Hairstyling -  Darkest Hour

Best Production Design – Blade Runner 2049

Best Original Song – “Remember Me” - Coco

Best Original Score – Darkest Hour

Best Sound Editing / Best Sound Mixing – Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Best Visual Effects – War for the Planet of the Apes 

Best Ensemble Cast – The Leisure Seeker 

Career Achievement Award – James Ivory

 

ADDITIONAL AWARDS

 

Breakout Director of the Year  - Kristof Hoornaert (Bel)

 

Breakout Actor of the Year  - Toby Sebastian (U.K.)

 

Breakout Actress of the Year – Micaela Ramazzotti (Ita)

 

Master of Cinematic Art – Paolo Virzi (Ita)

 

Latino Artist of the Year – Alex De La Iglesia (Spa)

 

Person of the Year – Trudie Styler (U.K.)

Rising Star – Jona Carpignano (Ita)

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