Serraiocco at the 66th Berlinale
|Born||13 August 1990|
Sara Serraiocco (born 13 August 1990) is an Italian film, stage and television actress.
Life and career
Born in Pescara, Serraiocco developed from a young age a passion for dance and cinema, and she later worked as a dance teacher too. In 2010, Serraiocco moved to Rome where she attended the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia Italian National Film School.
After appearing in one episode of crime series R.I.S. Roma, Serraiocco made her film debut in 2013, starring in Salvo, awarded The Critics' Week Grand Prix during 2013 Cannes Film Festival. Her performance as a blind girl brought up in the suburbs of Palermo got her several awards including the Italian Golden Globe for best actress and the "Guglielmo Biraghi" Nastro d'Argento as best new talent.
In 2014, Serraiocco was picked by director Liliana Cavani to play the role of Saint Clare of Assisi in the miniseries Francesco.
In 2015, Serraiocco starred in the film Cloro, directed by Lamberto Sanfelice. The film was presented both at Robert Redford’s Sundance Film Festival and at the 65th Berlinale (Generation section). She was nominated best actress at the 2015 Globo d'oro award for this role. During the same year, Serraiocco was chosen by Enrico Pau to play the role of Tecla in the film Accabadora co-starring Donatella Finocchiaro and Barry Ward. Shortly after she was invited to be part of the jury at Independent section of the 2015 Rome Film Fest.
Serraiocco was awarded the Shooting Stars Award as best European talent during the 66th Berlin International Film Festival. Meanwhile, Serraiocco landed the lead role in Marco Danieli’s debut feature film La Ragazza del Mondo (aka Worldly Girl), that was presented within the GdA review during the Venice Film Festival. Her performance in this film granted her several recognitions: the “Premio Pasinetti” (the National guild of Film critics’ award) as Best Actress and the nomination for Best Actress both in the 2017 edition of Globo d’oro and Nastri d’argento. In addition to this she won the golden Ciak alongside with Michele Riondino as best acting duo of the year.
She landed the female leading role of Nora in Non è un paese per giovani directed by Giovanni Veronesi in 2017 whose subject was inspired by the radio show hosted by Danieli on Radio 2. The film got Serraiocco the nomination as Best Lead Actress in the 2017 Nastri d’Argento. Also, she played the main character in Cosimo Gomez’s debut film Brutti e Cattivi that was presented in the “Orizzonti”section of the 2017 Venice Film Fest. Serraiocco has been cast as a series regular in the TV series Counterpart directed by Morten Tyldum, where she played the role of Baldwin alongside Academy Award winner J. K. Simmons. Her performance in Counterpart granted her a nomination as a best supporting actress at the Autostraddle TV Award.
Later in 2017, she got back to Italy to shoot Alessandro Capitani’s debut film In viaggio con Adele, currently in post-production.
- Salvo,directed by Fabio Grassadonia ed Antonio Piazza (2013)
- Cloro, directed by Lamberto Sanfelice (2015)
- L'accabadora, directed by Enrico Pau (2015)
- La ragazza del mondo, directed by Marco Danieli (2016)
- Brutti e cattivi, directed by Cosimo Gomez (2016)
- "Non è un paese per giovani" ,directed by Giovanni Veronesi
- "In viaggio con Adele",directed by Alessandro Capitani
|2014||Salvo||Newcomer of the year||Won|
|2017||La ragazza del mondo e Non è un paese per giovani||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2014||Brutti e cattivi||Best Actress in a comedy||Pending|
|Italian Golden Globe|
|2017||La ragazza del mondo||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Berlin Film Festival|
|2016||Cloro||Best European talent||Won|
|Venice film festival|
|2016||La ragazza del mondo||Premio Pasinetti,Best Actress||Won|
|2014||Salvo||Premio Kineo,Best Actress||Won|
|2017||La ragazza del mondo||Best Actress and Best Actor(Michele Riondino)||Won|
|Festival du film d' Annecy|
|2016||La ragazza del mondo||Best Actress||Won|
|Autostraddle TV Award|
|2018||Counterpart||Outstanding Supporting Actress Playing an LGBTQ+ Character in a Sci-Fi Series||Nominated|
- Arianna Finos (16 December 2014). "L'ascesa di Sara Serraiocco, da Cannes al Sundance". La Repubblica. Retrieved 22 February 2016.
- Giulia Bianconi (16 February 2016). "Il sogno della Serraiocco: «Vorrei recitare con DiCaprio»". Il Tempo. Archived from the original on 17 February 2016. Retrieved 22 February 2016.
- Alissa Simon (3 February 2016). "European Shooting Stars 2016: Sara Serraiocco". Variety. Retrieved 22 February 2016.
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