Marco Spoletini

Assigns the prize for Best Editing

He is an Italian editor. He is a regular collaborator of directors such as Gianluca Maria Tavarelli, Riccardo Milani, Francesco Bruni and above all Matteo Garrone, for whom he edited each film. He won the David di Donatello in 2009 and 2019 for Gomorra and Dogman. He assigns the Best Editing Award.

Daniele Ciprì

Assigns the prize for Best Cinematography

He is an Italian director, screenwriter and cinematographer, known for his collaboration with Franco Maresco as Ciprì and Maresco. In recent years he has worked mainly as a director of photography, winning the David di Donatello in 2010 and 2020 for Vincere and Il Primo Re. He assigns the award to Best Cinematography.

Massimo D’Anolfi & Martina Parenti

Assign the prize for best Documentary

As a couple they have directed several documentary films that have established them among the most esteemed documentary directors in Europe, nominated in Venice Film Festival for their film Spira Mirabilis.

Fulvio Risuleo

Assigns the prize for best Director

He is a director and cartoonist. Son of artists expert in painting, his shorts Lievito Madre (2014) and Varicella (2015) were presented at the respective editions of the Cannes Film Festival, the latter even won as the best short of the “Semaine de la Critique”. He directed two feature films.

Saverio La Ruina

Assigns the prize for best Actor

He is an Italian actor, playwright and theater director. Four times UBU award, 2 times as best actor, one for the best text and one for the Primavera dei Teatri festival, which he has directed since 1999. He assigns the award to the Best Actor.

Lucrezia Guidone

Assigns the prize for best Actress

She is an italian actress born in Pescara. Graduated at Silvio D’Amico, she is known in theater for her collaboration with Luca Ronconi and for the films Noi 4 by F. Bruni, La ragazza nella nebbia by D. Carrisi and the Netflix series Luna Nera. She won the UBU prize for best under 30 actress in 2012.

Lorenzo Berghella

Assigns the prize for best animation film

He is a film director and animator, known from his animation feature debut Bangland that won him the SIAE Best Talent Award at Giornate degli Autori in Venice Film Festival in 2015.

Antonio Cericola

Assigns the prize for best original score

He is a composer and conductor born in Atessa, Italy. He was invited on the occasion of the 2004 Olympics in Greece to inaugurate with his opera The Adventures of Pinocchio the opera season of the Athens International Festival together with the Berliner Philharmoniker, Luciano Pavarotti, the Wiener Philharmoniker and the London Symphony Orchestra.