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Good Night, and Good Luck awarded film of the year by Capri

George Clooney’s film Good Night, and Good Luck, and Cristina Comencini’s The Beast in the Heart have won Capri-Kimbo Awards as best films of 2005. The two productions, introduced at the last Venice Film Festival and in the race for an Oscar, will be honored at the 10th anniversary edition of the Capri, Hollywood Film Festival December 27-January 2. The festival is produced by Capri in the World Institute with the support of the director general's office for cinema of the Ministry of Cultural Assets, the Campania Region and the Chamber of Commerce of Naples.

"We discussed this decision a lot inside our committee,” said Tony Petruzzi, president of the Institute. “Clooney, with his intelligent and refined work, has brought attention back to the important issue of freedom of the press; with her song, Cristina Comencini has given us, with simplicity, a complicated history on social topics of universal interest.”

Good Night, and Good Luck tells the story of famous American television newsman Edward R. Murrow. The Beast in the Heart is about an actress and her brother who were abused by their father.

The Beast in the Heart will inaugurate the Capri, Hollywood – Kimbo international event on Monday, December 26. Prizes to be presented during the week include Capri-Lete Career Awards to screenwriter Vincenzo Cerami, English actress Helen Mirren and Polish director Krzysztof Zanussi, the Institute announced.

"We are particularly happy about these decisions of the Institute council,” said Gabriella Cuzzone, vice president of Capri, Hollywood 2005, “because all three are such solid figures of show business. Cerami is finishing an extraordinary season with The Tiger and the Snow, which he co-wrote with Roberto Benigni, and for his work with Adriano Celentano on the RaiUno program Rock Politick. English Helen Mirren, is among the leaders of world-wide cinema thanks to films like The Madness of King George and Gosford Park, for which she won Academy Award nominations. Zanussi is a refined European author whose work has included extraordinary collaboration with the late Pope John Paul II.”

At Capri, Zanussi will personally introduce Persona non Grata, the film co-produced with Luce Institute, and shown at the Venice Film Festival. It joins featured screenings already announced, including: Walk the Line by James Mangold (distribution by Fox); The World’s Fastest Indian by Roger Donaldson (IIF); Los Tres Entierros De Melquiades Estrada by Tommy Lee Jones (01 distribution); Fun with Dick and Jane, Jim Carrey’s latest film; Derailed by Mikael Håfström; Forever Blues by Franco Nero; Family Stone by Thomas Bezucha with Diane Keaton; Casanova by Lasse Hallström; Bubble by Steven Soderbergh, Proof by John Madden, and All the Invisible Children, a series of seven shorter works for the benefit of Third World children, produced by Maria Grazia Cucinotta, Chiara Tilesi and Stefano Veneruso, who will receive the Capri-Harmont & Blaine Award on December 27 for the high social value of that cinema initiative.

Among the other artists who have already confirmed their participation at Capri, Hollywood 2005 are: Biagio Antonacci, Giulio Base, Cristina Comencini, Christian De Sica, Terry Gilliam, Taylor Hackford, Shekhar Kapur, Enrico Loverso, Franco Nero, Gabriella Pescucci (winner of the 2005 Tirelli Prize), Michael Radford (being honored on the 10th anniversary of The Postman) , Ron, and the legendary Max Von Sydow.

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