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The Globo d'oro (internationally known as Italian Golden Globe) is an Italian annual film award. It was established in 1960 and it has as jury the Rome Foreign Press Association. [1]

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The first awards ceremony took place in 1960 and was won by the film The Facts of Murder by Pietro Germi.

The edition 1981 - 1982 saw the participation of the President of the Italian Republic Sandro Pertini.

The prizes

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References

  1. Annuario del cinema italiano e audiovisivi. Centro di studi di cultura, promozione e difusione del cinema, 1975.