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The Romics Grand Gala of Dubbing: the party that rewards the most important Italian dubbing actors of national and international cinema

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The Romics Grand Gala of Dubbing: the party that rewards the most important Italian dubbing actors of national and international cinema

The Romics Grand Dubbing Gala:

the party that rewards the most important Italian dubbing actors of national and international cinema

Lifetime achievement awards to Oliviero Dinelli and Roberta Greganti

On the occasion of the XXXII edition of Romics, from 4 to 7 April at Fiera Roma, the nineteenth edition of the Romics Gran Galà del Doppiaggio will be celebrated, the party which awards prizes and recognitions to the best Italian dubbing actors, protagonists of national and international cinema and television productions international.

Lifetime achievement awards will be given to great dubbing artists for the categories: Male and Female Lifetime Achievement Award, the Andrea Quartana Award, the Ferruccio Amendola Award, the Vittorio De Angelis Award, the Best Dubbing Assistant Award, the Best Dubbing Sound Engineer Award and the Voices of the Future Award.

The Male Lifetime Achievement Award will go to Oliviero Dinelli, Italian actor and voice actor; he worked in theatre, television and radio and then approached and fell in love with dubbing in the 70s. He has played many characters and lent the voice to prestigious actors, including Rowan Atkinson, Bruce Spence, David Paymer and James Hong.

Roberta Greganti wins the Female Lifetime Achievement Award: renowned Italian voice actress, famous for her brilliant vocal performances, she has given voice to numerous characters, including Helen McCrory in Peaky Blinders and Katherine Mayfair in Desperate Housewives and dubbed talented actresses such as Julianne Moore and Emma Thompson.

The Andrea Quartana Award will go to Martina Felli, voice of characters such as Pieck Finger in Attack on Titan, Himiko Toga in My Hero Academia and Najimi Osana in Komi Can’t Communicate. She has voiced actresses such as Ashley Rickards in Awkward and Katherine Langford in Thirteen, as well as Jessica Henwick in various films. In the world of video games she is known for being the voice of Aloy in Horizon Zero Dawn and Zelda in The Legend of Zelda.

The Ferruccio Amendola Award goes to Gabriele Sabatini, born in 1979 and son of an artist, who made his theater debut in 1996 and continued his theatrical career until it joined that of dubbing in 2000. He has dubbed big names, including Oscar Isaac, Frederick Schmidt, Alessandro Nivola, Riz Ahmed.

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Gianni Galassi wins the Vittorio De Angelis Award: dialogue writer and dubbing director active in the field of audiovisual localization since 1981. Specialized in dubbing of art films, he has collaborated with renowned directors such as François Truffaut, Pedro Almodòvar, and many others. He has received awards for his work on films such as Goodbye, Lenin! and The Barbarian Invasions, and contributed to the success of TV series such as Downton Abbey and ER.

The Award for Best Dubbing Assistant goes to Roberta Schiavon, the one for Best Dubbing Sound Engineer goes to Carlo Ricotta. The Voices of the Future Award will be awarded to: Gabriele Piancatelli, Francesco Raffaeli, Sofia Fronzi.

The Quality Jury, made up of important personalities from the world of dubbing, on the occasion of the Romics Grand Gala of Dubbing will also decide the winners of the seven categories in competition for: Best Dubbing of Animated Films, Best Dubbing of Films, Best Dubbing of Series TV, Best Female and Male Voice in a Cartoon, Best Female and Male Voice.

The Romics Gran Galà del Dubbing, hosted by Perla Liberatori and Stefano Brusa, will be held on Saturday 6 April 2024 at 5.30 pm in Pavilion 8 – Large Events and Screenings Room.

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