Paolo Sorrentino’s ‘Youth’ Wins Big At The European Film Awards | Film News
Paolo Sorrentino proves himself once again at the 28th European Film Awards, held in Berlin on December 12.
The Italian director, who was awarded for Best European Movie in 2013 for The Great Beauty, won again in the same category this year with his new feature Youth, for which he also took home the prize for Best Director.
Youth‘s lead actor, Micheal Caine won the Best Actor category and was also awarded with the European Academy’s Honorary Award, a lifetime achievement award; while receiving a standing ovation, the actor accepted the prize saying humorously: “I’ve never received a European film prize before and tonight I got two“!
The movie, already released in the US on December 4, will hit the English theatres on January 29, 2016.
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