Sept 2, 2002, Montreal, Quebec, Canada<br />
<br />
 Jury Member MAURIZIO NICHETTI<br />
 listen to a recording of Sophie Marceau accepting her prize for Best Director<br />
 (for her first time movie PARLEZ MOI D AMOUR),<br />
on the closing night of the Montreal World Film Festival<br />
Sept 2, 2002<br />
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Italian writer, producer, actor, director and all-round funnyman, Milan-born Maurizio Nichetti began working as a screenwriter for animator Bruno Bozzetto in the 1970s, directed shorts for the RAI TV network, then made his acting debut in ALLEGRO NON TROPPO in 1976. Three years later he made his feature debut as a director with RATATAPLAN, a critical and commercial hit. He hosted shows on television and has continued turning out comic shorts and features, including THE ICICLE THIEF (1989), a sophisticated lampoon/homage to De Sica, and VOLERE VOLARE (1991), which won both best script and the audience prize at the Montreal World Film Festival. <br />
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by Pierre Roussel- Images Distribution. (©) Copyright 2002 by Pierre Roussel <br />
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NOTE : <br />
 Nikon D-1 jpeg opened with Qimage icc profile, saved in Adobe 1998 RGB<br />
.Uncompressed  Uncropped  Original  size  file availble on request.
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MAURIZIO NICHETTI
Sept 2, 2002, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Jury Member MAURIZIO NICHETTI
listen to a recording of Sophie Marceau accepting her prize for Best Director
(for her first time movie PARLEZ MOI D AMOUR),
on the closing night of the Montreal World Film Festival
Sept 2, 2002



Italian writer, producer, actor, director and all-round funnyman, Milan-born Maurizio Nichetti began working as a screenwriter for animator Bruno Bozzetto in the 1970s, directed shorts for the RAI TV network, then made his acting debut in ALLEGRO NON TROPPO in 1976. Three years later he made his feature debut as a director with RATATAPLAN, a critical and commercial hit. He hosted shows on television and has continued turning out comic shorts and features, including THE ICICLE THIEF (1989), a sophisticated lampoon/homage to De Sica, and VOLERE VOLARE (1991), which won both best script and the audience prize at the Montreal World Film Festival.


Mandatory Credit: Photo by Pierre Roussel- Images Distribution. (©) Copyright 2002 by Pierre Roussel

NOTE :
Nikon D-1 jpeg opened with Qimage icc profile, saved in Adobe 1998 RGB
.Uncompressed Uncropped Original size file availble on request.

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Source: Agence Quebec Presse
Date: 3 Sep 2002
Location: Montreal Quebec Canada
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