Elio Sorci was honoured in 1962 with the Paparazzo d'Oro award from the Agenzia Publifoto al Premio Nazionale Fotoreporter. The recognition was surely gratifying, though the award itself had little history, for the term ‘paparazzo’ had only been coined and entered popular usage with the release of Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita in 1960.
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