Gomorrah: Italy’s Garrone Sweeps European Film Awards

Matteo Garrone‘s “Gomorrah” led the 21st European Film Awards, handed out in Copenhagen Saturday evening. The film took five awards, including honors for best film, directing, screenwriting, cinematography and acting (for Toni Servillo, an award he earned jointly for “Il Divo“).

Other winners included Kristin Scott Thomas, taking acting honors for “I’ve Loved You So Long,” and Steve McQueen‘s “Hunger,” which won the European Discovery Award.