There was no physical ceremony this year due to the ongoing lockdown, but instead a virtual ceremony was held, with winners appearing via video link.
Marco Bellocchio’s mafia movie ‘The Traitor’ topped the event, scooping six awards, including Best Film.
The movie also won the awards for best director, screenplay, actor (Pierfrancesco Favino), supporting actor (Luigi Lo Cascio), and editing.
Other winners on the night included Matteo Garrone’s ‘Pinocchio’ with five awards, including production design, costume design and VFX.
South Korean Oscar winner ‘Parasite’ received the Best Foreign Film prize.
Here are the winners:
Best film: ‘The Traitor’ by Marco Bellocchio
Best director: ‘The Traitor’ by Marco Bellocchio
Best debut director: ‘Bangla’ by Phaim Bhuiyan
Best original screenplay: ‘The Traitor’ by Marco Bellocchio, Ludovica Rampoldi, Valia Santella, Francesco Piccolo
Best adapted screenplay: ‘Martin Eden’ by Maurizio Braucci, Pietro Marcello
Best producer: ‘Romolus & Remus: The First King’ by Andrea Paris, Matteo Rovere
Best actress: ‘The Goddess of Fortune’ (Jasmine Trinca)
Best actor: ‘The Traitor’ (Pierfrancesco Favino)
Best supporting actress: ‘5 is the Perfect Number’ (Valeria Golino)
Best supporting actor: ‘The Traitor’ (Luigi Lo Cascio)
Best cinematography: ‘Romolus & Remus: The First King’
Best score: ‘The Magical Flute of Piazza Vittorio’
Best original song: ‘The Goddess of Fortune’
Best production design: ‘Pinocchio’
Best costume designer: ‘Pinocchio’
Best makeup: ‘Pinocchio’
Best hair: ‘Pinocchio’
Best editing: ‘The Traitor’
Best sound: ‘Romolus & Remus: The First King’
Best VFX: ‘Pinocchio’
Best documentary: ‘Selfie’ by Agostino Ferrente
Best short film: ‘Winter’ by Giulio Mastromauro
Best foreign film: ‘Parasite’ by Bong Joon Ho