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Edvin Endre presents Peroni 0,0% Audiece Award 2023 at Stockholm International Film Festival. Photo by Thomas Persson
Edvin Endre presents Peroni 0,0% Audiece Award 2023 at Stockholm International Film Festival. Photo by Thomas Persson

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Peroni 0.0% Audience Award 2023 goes to Poor Things by Yorgos Lanthimos

We are pleased to announce that Stockholm International Film Festival's opening film Poor Things, by Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, wins the Peroni 0.0% Audience Award. The film is a magnificent and colourful odyssey that follows Bella Baxter, brilliant played by Emma Stone, a woman brought back from the dead by an unorthodox doctor, played by Willem Dafoe. This is Lanthimos' most magnificent film to date.

During Friday's award ceremony, the Stockholm International Film Festival jury presented this year's winners at the festival. Now it's the audience's turn. Every year, Stockholm International Film Festival lets the audience choose the winner of one of the most important prizes awarded during the festival, the Peroni 0.0% Audience Award. Festival goers have been able to vote both digitally and physically in the cinemas for the 130 films screened at this year's festival between November 8-19 2023.

"The experience of being part of Stockholm International Film Festival has been fantastic, and it is with joy that we represent the voice of the audience. We congratulate the winning film and thank you all for this time. Now, we continue our work to celebrate film and culture, contributing to even more memorable experiences", says Ida Schramme, Nordic Marketing Manager for Peroni Nastro Azzurro 0.0%"

"Poor Things" was awarded the prestigious Golden Lion for best film at the Venice Film Festival earlier this year, and can now also go down in history as the most popular film of the 2023 edition of Stockholm International Film Festival.

Below are the ten most popular films at this year's festival, as voted for by festival-goers themselves:

1. Poor Things by Yorgos Lanthimos

2. All of Us Strangers by Andrew Haigh

3. Monster by Hirokazu Kore-eda

4. Saltburn by Emerald Fennell

5. The Holdovers by Alexander Payne

6. The Old Oak by Ken Loach

7. Io Capitano by Matteo Garrone

8. Scrapper by Charlotte Regan

9. Dream Scenario by Kristoffer Borgli

10. How to Have Sex by Molly Manning Walker

Poor Things will be distributed by The Walt Disney Company and will be released in cinemas January 26, 2024.



Stockholm Internationell Film Festival | 8-19 November 2023

Stockholm International Film Festival takes place from November 8 to 19th and will present 130 films from 50 different countries. Accredited press has the opportunity to interview the festival's guests and watch selected screenings at cinema Skandia in Stockholm.



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