Winter’s Bone gets National Board of Review nod, wins four awards at Torino Film Festival

winter's bone,winter's bone movie,winter's bone posterAfter Stockholm, the Gotham Awards and Independent Spirit nominations earlier this week, Winter’s Bone was included among the Top 10 Films of 2010 by the National Board of Review (Jennifer Lawrence also got an award for Breakthrough Performance) and then it won four prizes at the Torino Film Festival.

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The Jury of Torino 28 – International Feature Film Competition of the 28th Torino Film Festival, composed of Marco Bellocchio (President, Italy), Barbora Bobulova (Italy), Michel Ciment (France), Helmut Grasser (Austria), Joe R. Lansdale (US) awards the following prizes :

Best Film (25,000€) to:

WINTER’S BONE by Debra Granik (US, 2010, 35mm, 100’)

Best Actress Award, in collaboration with Max, ex-aequo to:

JENNIFER LAWRENCE for WINTER’S BONE by Debra Granik (US, 2010, 35mm, 100’)
ERICA RIVAS for POR TU CULPA by Anahí Berneri (Argentina/France, 2010, 35mm, 87’)

The Jury of the Invitation to the Holden School Award for the Best Screenplay from Torino 28, composed of the students of the two-year course in writing and story-telling, awards the following prize:

Best Screenplay Award – Torino 28 (The winner is invited to conduct a workshop at Holden School – 1,500€), to :

WINTER’S BONE by Debra Granik (US, 2010, 35mm, 100’)

For the well-balanced writing, the feminine version of courage, the depth that is founded on the unsaid.

“Achille Valdata” AWARD
in Cooperation with “La Stampa – Torino Sette”
The Jury of the Achille Valdata Audience Award, composed of 20 readers of “Torino Sette” (Giulia Benvenuto, Igor Catrano, Enrico Di Pietro, Claudia Ella, Carmen Fiore, Paola Giachello, Sabrina Greggio, Ellana Landolina, Barbara Malacart, Alessandro Mancin, Paola Marlotto, Massimiliano Milone, Raffaella Moretto, Stefano Riccardi, Barbara Ricono, Silvia Stola, Omero Udovich, Concettina Valerio, Marco Ventura, Anna Vitiello) awards the prize:

Best Film Torino 28 to:

WINTER’S BONE by Debra Granik (USA, 2010, 35mm, 100’)
For the screenplay, the directing and the excellent protagonist of a story that is set in an America that is usually hidden.