"Used and Borrowed Time" directed by Sophia Romma and "Bottle Monster" directed by Marjorie DeHey are the two films that take home The Golden Dolphin of the city of Agropoli on the occasion of the AIFF Agropoli International Film Festival awards ceremony , which took place online on February 6th. Both American, the feature films received the titles of Best Film and Best Director respectively. A success beyond the borders of the AIFF directed by the producer and director Gianni Petrizzo supported by the extraordinary team composed of Raffaella Giaccio, Agnese Mandetta, Andrè Giaccio, Adrià Pinol and Jerry Giaccio. The mayor of Agropoli Adamo Coppola and the delegate for culture Francesco Crispino also praised the initiative that enriches the tourist and cultural offer of the city. Mayor Coppola has invited international artists to collect the award in Agropoli, once the Covid-19 emergency is over. Invitation welcomed with enthusiasm and sincere promises by all 14 winners. For the Shorts Films section, the top prize was awarded to the film “La Spada di Gomma” by Luigi Russo, while the best direction went to the English Mat Braddy with his “Deus Otiosus”. Prestigious award also for the actors Henrik Norman the protagonist of the Swedish film "Stroke of Midnight" which wins as best actor, and the French Jennifer Wesse, who with "LastCall '' is crowned best actress. Agropolese pride for the actor Domenico Avenia who in the film “Io Resto a Casa '' by Enrico Giuliano, wins as best Italian actor. From Iceland instead, the film “Ran” by director Fjolnir Baldursson stood out for best photography, while the Spaniard Fernando Garcia received the award as best subject for his “The Road of Success”. Excellent recognition also for the American documentaries "Alaska Long Hunters" Directed by Mark Rose and "Stalkin Chernobyl" Directed by Iara Lee, while in the Videoclip section the Canadian Michael Stover won with Ed Roman "Red Omen", in the trailer section, the Italian Alex Guarino rejoices with "Tango X" and the American composer Stephen Pope, with "Secrets, Dreams, Faith and Wonder", wins hands down in the experimental section.