Torino Reviews

This from Variety,
… Turin– “Winter’s Bone” was the big winner at the Turin Film Festival, Italy’s preeminent ultra-indie fest, adding three more nods to its snowballing list of kudos …

Awards Daily says,
… Adding to its swag from Sundance, the Gothams, the NBR, the Seattle and Palm Springs Film Fests, not to mention its 7 Spirit nominations, Winter’s Bone has won the main prize at the 28th Torino Film Festival, according to …

From Cinema Blend,
… The Italian awards ceremony typically ignores studio films and only honors films from first, second or third time directors. As I said before, the two prizes are just more small honors building the framework for something larger. This time Jennifer Lawrence shared Best Actress, and the film itself won for Best Picture…

And The Hollywood Reporter,
… The festival’s five-member jury headed by director Marco Bellocchio chose Winter’s Bone out of 16 main competition films, making it the first U.S. production to take home the main prize since David Gordon Green’s George Washington in 2000…

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2 Responses to Torino Reviews

  1. Margaret Underwood says:

    I am so happy about all these awards but not at all surprised!


  2. Susan Lumsden says:

    How thrilling! I am so proud of you all!

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