The King’s speech vince al Toronto Film Festival 2010

di Diego Odello 3

The King’s Speech, il biopic di Tom Hooper, con Colin Firth nei panni del re afflitto da balbuzie Giorgio VI d’Inghilterra, ha trionfato alla trentacinquesima edizione del Toronto Film Festival, portandosi a casa il premio del pubblico, il riconoscimento più ambito, candidandosi come possibile titolo per gli Oscar 2011.

Prima di lasciarvi alla lista completa dei vincitori, vi ricordo che il film arriverà nelle nostre sale il 22 dicembre.

CADILLAC PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD
“The King’s Speech” (directed by Tom Hooper)
Runner-up: “The First Grader” (directed by Justin Chadwick)

CADILLAC PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR DOCUMENTARY
“Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie” (directed by Sturla Gunnarsson)
Runner-up: “Nostalgia For The Light” (directed by Patricio Guzmán)

CADILLAC PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD FOR MIDNIGHT MADNESS
“Stake Land” (directed by Jim Mickle)
Runner-up: “Fubar II” (directed by Michael Dowse)

CITY OF TORONTO AND ASTRAL MEDIA’S THE MOVIE NETWORK AWARD FOR BEST CANADIAN FEATURE FILM
“Incendies” (directed by Denis Villeneuve)

SKYY VODKA AWARD FOR BEST CANADIAN FIRST FEATURE FILM
“The High Cost of Living” (directed by Deborah Chow)

PRIZES OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRITICS (FIPRESCI PRIZE) FOR SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS SECTION
“L’Amour Fou” (directed by Pierre Thoretton)

PRIZES OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRITICS” (FIPRESCI PRIZE) FOR DISCOVERY SECTION
“Beautiful Boy” (directed by Shawn Ku)

AWARD FOR BEST CANADIAN SHORT FILM
“Les fleurs de l’âge” (Little Flowers)” (directed by Vincent Biron)

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