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2011 Films in Competition
Princess Maria Pia Ruspoli and Fr. Stephen Tang Gun who retires the award of the best short film The Confession” by John La Raw.
From left: Lella Ballandi, Mauro Marabini, Liana Marabini and the well known Italian TV producer Bibi Ballandi who received the Longlife Achievement Award for his activity of evangelization of the artists.
Liana Marabini and Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi.
Liana Marabini and the Cardinal Santos Abril y Castelló.
James Kelty (left) and Alan Holdren with the award Capax Dei for the EWTN film “Kateri”.
Krzysztof Tadej (Poland), director of “A Life is Never Wasted”, winner of the Best Documentary.
Msgr Franco Perazzolo, Permanent Member of the jury representing the Vatican, presents the award for the Best Film to the producer of “Poveda” Andrés Garrigó (Spain, Goya Producciones).
The venue of the event is the beautiful Aula Magna of Palazzo della Cancelleria, the Vatican Supreme Court, transformed for an evening into a dining room.
External vue of the Palazzo della Cancelleria: in the inner courtyard are exposed sculptures by Leonardo da Vinci.
Mauro Marabini and François Jacquot, distinguished guest from France, president of l’Ordre du Mérite.
From left: Prof. Norbert Blecha (Memeber of the Jury coming from Austria) here representing Peter Schreiner (Austria) director of “Lampedusa”, who was unable to attend the ceremony; Armando Torno, Italian journalist, presenter of the event; and Msgr Franco Perazzolo, Permanent Member of the jury representing the Vatican.
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