(AGI) Taormina, June 27 - This year's Silver Ribbons, the filmawards of the association of Italian film critics, were equallydivided between Francesco Munzi's "Black Souls" ("Anime nere"),Matteo Garrone's "Tale of Tales" ("Il Racconto dei Racconti")and Paolo Sorrentino's "Youth La giovinezza", which receivedthree awards each. Paolo Sorrentino had a close win as thedirector of the best film of 2015, best photography (by LucaBigazzi) and best editing (by Cristiano Travaglioli). "BlackSouls" won the Silver Ribbon for best production (byCinemaundici of Luigi and Olivia Musini) and best film script(by Munzi, Fabrizio Ruggirello and Maurizio Braucci). ThreeSilver Ribbons also went to the "Tale of Tales", with bestcostumes by Massimo Cantini Parrini (together with SartoriaTirelli), best floor sound (by Maricetta Lombardo) and best setdesign (by Dimitri Capuani). Nicola Piovani won a Ribbon forthe music score of "Hungry Hearts" and Francesco De Gregori forthe best song in Paolo Genovese's film "Sei mai stata sullaluna?". After its big box-office success, Edoardo Falcone's "SeDio Vuole" won the Silver Ribbon for the year's best release.But this year's real surprise was Edoardo Leo's "Noi e laGiulia", which won the award for best comedy after winning theDavid, the Globe and Ciak awards, and with Claudio Amendolabest supporting actor. Rai Cinema, which celebrated its first15 years of activity, won a Ribbon as co-producer of "BlackSouls" and "Leopardi" after receiving a record number ofnominations this year. This year's edition was particularlygenerous in assigning Ribbons to actors and actresses: toMargherita Buy for "My Mother" ("Mia madre") and MicaelaRamazzotti for "Il nome del figlio" and to Alessandro Gassmann,for best leading actor in "Il nome del figlio" and in "TheDinner" ("I nostri ragazzi").. .