Author: <span>Andrea Cadoni</span>

Mercurius Prize goes to Marco Bellocchio

On 15 December 2022, during the Mercurius Prize City Event in Rome, Marco Bellocchio was awarded the Mercurius Prize for his film “Marx può attendere” (Marx can wait). It was a great opportunity to reflect with Bellocchio on the psychological aspects of his exceptionally perceptive cinematic account of a family’s …

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Mercurius Prize to Catherine McGilvray’s Mercurius Prize for her film “Fellini e l’ombra”

On November 8, 2023, a Mercurius Prize special event took place at the C.G. Jung Institute of Zurich/Küsnacht. Catherine McGilvray’s documentary “Fellini e l’ombra” (“Fellini and the Shadow”) was screened and awarded the Mercurius Prize. Murray Stein, President of the Mercurius Prize Committee (MPC), presented the award before an audience …

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On September 7,  2023, the Mercurius Prize Artistic Director, Chiara Tozzi, met with film director Giuseppe Tornatore to present to him the Mercurius Prize for his film, A Pure Formality. This was to follow up on the announcement of the award at the 1st Edition of the Film and Analytical Psychology Conference in Belgrade on …

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