CLAUDIA CARDINALE AWARDED A LIFE TIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD AT THE ITALIAN CONTEMPORARY FILM FESTIVAL IN CANADA
Claudia Cardinale, the actress who more than any other embodies the history of Italian cinema, was given a Life Time Achievement Award at the 2016 Italian Contemporary Film Festival, held in Toronto and other Canadian cities.
Claudia Cardinale has more than 110 films and 30 Italian and international awards to her credit. She has worked with the most prestigious directors, as Visconti, Fellini, Zurlini, Leone, Bolognini, Herzog and De Oliveira, as the protagonist of high quality and astounding successful films.
The ICFF awarded her with a Prize assigned to Carlo Verdone and Roberto Benigni in the previous years, during the Festival Closing Night, at the presentation of the film All Roads Lead to Rome, featuring her and Raoul Bova. The TIFF Bell Lightbox was crowded with a vast and enthusiastic audience, who honoured her with a standing ovation, conquered by her talent and her charm.