List of Italian Academy Award Winners and Nominees

This is a list of Italian Academy Award winners and nominees. This list details the performances of Italian filmmakers, actors, actress and films that have either been submitted, nominated or have won an Academy Award. The total number of winners is 49 and the nominees 176.

Read more about List Of Italian Academy Award Winners And Nominees:  Best Actor – Leading, Best Actor – Supporting, Best Actress – Leading, Best Actress – Supporting, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Costume Design, Best Director, Best Documentary Film, Best Editing, Best Film, Best Foreign Language Film, Best Makeup, Best Music (Original Score and Song), Best Short Film – Animated, Best Writing – Adapted Screenplay, Best Writing – Original Screenplay

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