Aitorie Skola Wins Jaeger-lecoultre Director’s Honor Award At The 2013 Venice Film Festival

The Biennale di Venezia and Jaeger-LeCoultre are proud to announce that the Italian film master Ettore Scola has won the Jaeger Director of the Year 2013 -LeCoultre Glory to the Filmmaker 2013), this award recognizes filmmakers who have contributed to the revolution of contemporary cinema.

 In response to this award for Ettorio Scola, Alberto Barbera, President of the Venice International Film Festival, said: ‘From the satirist of Marc’Aurelio magazine to the successful filmmaker, Scoola finally Become one of the great playwrights of Italian cinema. This year’s Venice International Film Festival presents his film work-‘A tribute to his friend Federico Fellini.’ He first wrote for the screenwriter, then As a director, he has made a great contribution to the glory and global reputation of Italian cinema. Thanks to this award, he thanked him for presenting countless classics in his long and successful career. ‘
 Mr. Riyad, President of Jaeger-LeCoultre Global, said: ‘In 2013, the 180th anniversary of the brand’s birthday, not only has Jaeger-LeCoultre become one of the watch industry giants, it has become a leader in the industry’s innovation and creation, it is also the guardian of watchmaking tradition. Film The world and the watch industry have the same obsession with pioneering and innovative. For a long time, the close connection between Jaeger-LeCoultre and the seventh type of art undoubtedly stems from the commonality of the two worlds-passionate creativity and art that will inspire the soul. A long tradition of perfect integration with bold technological breakthroughs. ‘
 During the 70th Venice International Film Festival (August 28-September 7, 2013), Albert Barbera hosted the award ceremony on September 6, and officially awarded this prize to Etolle • Skora. The award ceremony was co-hosted by the Venice Biennale, chaired by Paolo Baratta.

 At the 70th Venice International Film Festival, after the awards ceremony at the Sala Grande Theatre, the latest work by Etoileo Scolola, Fetrigo Fellini’s 20th anniversary, was held ‘What a Strange Name Fetrigo! (Chestrano chiamarsi Federico) world premiere.
 The film directed by Aitorie Skola has been shortlisted twice at the Venice International Film Festival. In 1989, what time is it? ‘Che ora e?’ Starring Marcello Mastroianni and Massimo Troisi won the best actor award; in 1995, the film ‘Love Actor Isabella Ferrari of ‘Romanzo di un giovane povero’ won the award for best supporting actress. In 1998, Scoola chaired the International Jury and awarded the Golden Lion Award to Gianni Amelio’s film Cosi ridevano. Etoileo Skola has also been nominated four times for Oscars: Una giornata particolare in 1977, Inuovi mostri in 1978, and Ballando ballando in 1983 ) And La Famiglia, 1988. Skola also won seven ‘Italy Silver Ribbon Awards’, six ‘Italian Film Awards’ (David di Donatello) and three French Caesars.

 Jaeger-LeCoultre has been the official partner of the Venice International Film Festival for nine consecutive years, and has awarded the director’s honor award seven times. In the past few years, the honor has been awarded to Japanese director Takeshi Kitano (2007), Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami (2008), and French director Anez Varda ( Agnes Varda (2008), American director and actor Sylvester Stallone (2009), Indian director Mani Ratnam (2010), and American director and actor Al • Al Pacino (2011) and American director and producer Spike Lee (2012). Ettorio Scola was the first Italian filmmaker to receive this award.

Ettore Scola, born in Trevico, Avellino, Italy in 1931, is Italy’s premier film pioneer and has been known for 50 years as an international screenwriter. Director, has made great contributions to the development of Italian film art. When he was young, he and Federico Fellini wrote for Marc’Aurelio, a satirical magazine in Rome. He began his career as a screenwriter in the early 1950s and became a behind-the-scenes director in the mid-1960s. As a screenwriter, he may be one of the founding fathers of Italian-style comedy. He participated in the creation of a series of works in this genre, such as Il sorpasso and I mostri, Io la conoscevo bene. The long exploration broadened his horizons and trained his delicate and profound writing style, which not only captured the hearts of Italian audiences, but also received high praise abroad (especially France). After becoming a director, he gradually shifted his interest to other topics and adopted more sophisticated narrative techniques. The film ‘We are so in love’ (C’eravamo tanto amati (1974)) is a mixed bag of ups and downs, reflecting the director’s criticism and reflection on the basis of these changes. This film starring Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi and Stefania Sandrelli looks at the meaning of friendship and looks at The post-war era of Italy reflected. Through a series of symbolic plots that reflect marginalized society, the film presents the life in this period of Italian history. Since then, the film ‘Fear, Filth, Evil’ (Brutti, sporchi e cattivi (1976)) has won him the best director award at the Cannes Film Festival. ‘A Special Day’ (Una giornata particolare (1977) nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film), the film tells the bitter experience of two people who have endured loneliness for different reasons after encountering each other, Sophia Roland Loren) and Marcello Mastroianni performed these two roles, and the latter was nominated for an Oscar. Shows Roman high in the film ‘La Terrazza (1980)’ starring Ugo Tognazzi, Vittorio Gasman and Marcelo Masduani The ruthless beings of social beings and pseudo-intellectuals. The ballroom (Ballando ballando, 1983), nominated for an Oscar for best foreign language film and two Caesars, epitomizes a 50-year history of France in a dance hall. The film has no dialogue except for music, which becomes a unique testimony of the director’s courage to try. La Famiglia (1986) starring Vittorio Gasman, Stephania Sandelli and Fanny Ardant is nominated again for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film An ukiyo-e painting spanning 80 years of life. In the film, Skola documents the changes and contradictions in a brand-new Italian society. ‘What time is it?’ (Che ora e? (1989) and Romanzo di un giovane povero (1995) are entries for the Venice International Film Festival. In both films, the director looks at news stories from a bizarre perspective. Since then, The Dinner (La cena, 1998), still starring Vittorio Gasman, Stephania Sandelli, and Fanny Yadang, has been captured quickly using a single time and place narrative A magnificent portrait of contemporary Italy. Concorrenza sleale starred in Diego Abatantuono, Sergio Castellitto and Gerard Dépardieu (2001), and since 1930, Italians have filed painful complaints of acquiescence to the spread of racism. Skola tells and portrays the Romans today with affection through the semi-documentary film The Romans (Gente di Roma, 2003). In 2011, Aitorie Skola won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the ‘Italy Film Awards’ on his 80th birthday. In 2012, he won the Grand Prix of Turin, Italy (Gran Premio Torino).