Grolla d'oro

The Grolla d'oro (Golden Grolla, or Grolle d'oro plural) is one of the oldest Italian film awards.

The award was founded in 1953 and ran until 1981; after some years of hiatus, it was relaunched in 1989 by journalist Maurizio Costanzo and, above all, by the film critic Felice Laudadio (1990-2001).[1] The ceremonies are held in Saint-Vincent, Aosta Valley.[2][3]


  1. Maria Pia Fusco (5 April 1989). "Saranno Grolle d'oro vero, parola di Costanzo e Sordi". La Repubblica. Retrieved 19 March 2012.
  2. P. Luigi Berbotto, Berbotto Pier Luigi. Le mille e una valle. Viaggio in Valle d'Aosta. L'AMBARADAN, 2005.
  3. Silvio D'Amico. Enciclopedia dello spettacolo. Unedi-Unione editoriale, 1975.

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