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Venice Film Festival

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Venice Film Festival

Oldest international film festival in the world add

Category: Movies & TV

Activity starting in 1895.

Countries: United States (30%), Italy (15%), United Kingdom (10%)

Main connections: Golden Lion, Manoel de Oliveira, Toronto International Film Festival

Linked to: Jaeger-LeCoultre

 

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1921

Piero Regnoli - "'Piero Regnoli"' was an Italian screenwriter and film director and for a time was the film critic for the Vatican's "L'Osservatore Romano" and was a Member of the jury at the Venice Film Festival in 1949 and 1954


1932

Founded by Count Giuseppe Volpi in 1932 as the "Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte Cinematografica", the festival has since taken place every year in late August 0 or early September 0 on the island of the Lido, Venice, Italy add something


1933

Boris Barnet - Venice Film Festival - Amongst Barnet's masterpieces, we find "Okraina" , a pacifist story acclaimed at the first Venice Film Festival and spoofed by Pavel Lutsik in his *award-winning 1998 remake


1934

Formal awards for best actor and best actress have been given since 1934 add something

 

The Mussolini Cups were the top awards from 1934 to 1942 add something


1935

Lucien Ballard - Venice Film Festival - Von Sternberg allowed him credit for his work on "The Devil is a Woman" , and the two shared a Venice Film Festival *award for "Best Cinematography" in 1935

 

Lucien Ballard - Von Sternberg allowed him credit for his work on "The Devil is a Woman" , and the two shared a Venice Film Festival *award for "Best Cinematography" in 1935


1936

Augusto Genina - Venice Film Festival - He won Venice Film Festival Mussolini's cup for Best Italian Film twice, in 1936 by "Lo squadrone bianco" and in 1940 by "The Siege of the Alcazar", both Fascist propaganda films

 

Annabella (actress) - Venice Film Festival - In 1936 she won the Volpi Cup for Best Actress at the Venice Film Festival for "Veille d'armes"


1943

Named after Italy's dictator prime minister, Benito Mussolini, they were abandoned upon his ousting in 1943, and eventually returned as the Grand International Prize of Venice in 1947 add something

 

Gabriele Ferzetti - Venice Film Festival - The film was set during the Allied invasion of Italy in 1943 during the Second World War and saw Ferzetti feature alongside Belinda Lee and Enrico Maria Salerno. It was a considerable success at the Venice Film Festival and was nominated for a Goldon Lion *award


1949

Pietro di Donato - Venice Film Festival - It won awards at festivals across Europe, such as the 1949 Venice Film Festival, though it was effectively banned from the United States at the time, and was only shown in a single theatre


1951

Gian Gaspare Napolitano - Venice Film Festival - He was a member of the Venice Film Festival jury in 1951, 1953 and 1961


1955

Kaj Munk - Venice Film Festival - A 1955 film version of "Ordet" was directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer, and won numerous awards, including the Golden Lion in the 1955 Venice Film Festival and the 1956 Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film

 

Gilbert Brown Wilson - Venice Film Festival - In 1955 a short film using his artwork won a Silver Reel award at the Venice Film Festival

 

Gilbert Brown Wilson - In 1955 a short film using this body of artwork won a Silver Reel Award at the Venice Film Festival


1958

Hiroshi Inagaki - The 1958 remake, "Rickshaw Man", won the Golden Lion award at that year's Venice Film Festival


1960

Giuliano Montaldo - Venice Film Festival - In 1960 he made his debut as a director with "Tiro al piccione", a film about the partisan resistance, which entered for a competition in Venice Film Festival in 1961


1963

Alain Jessua - Venice Film Festival - He directed first feature film in 1963 "La vie à l'envers" that won Best First Film at Venice Film Festival, in 1964

 

Max Linder - In the ensuing years, Linder was relegated to little more than a footnote in film history until 1963 when a Max Linder compilation film titled "Laugh with Max Linder" premiered at the Venice Film Festival and was theatrically released


1964

Tetsuji Takechi - Venice Film Festival - Despite the governmental tampering, "Daydream" became a major success in Japan, and was screened at the Venice Film Festival in September 1964


1965

Maurice Ronet - Special Jury Prize - He was *awarded France's Étoile de Cristal and the prize for Best Actor at the 1965 São Paulo Film Festival; the film won a Special Jury Prize at the 1963 Venice Film Festival


1967

Pamela Franklin - Venice Film Festival - She acted with Dirk Bogarde, who played her father in "Our Mother's House", a film was nominated for the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1967, and in the same year acted opposite Marlon Brando and Rita Moreno in "The Night of the Following Day" as the kidnap victim in this crime thriller


1968

Robin Spry - Venice Film Festival - His "Prologue" documented the riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago , weaving narrative with archival footage to become, in 1969, the first Canadian film to appear at the Venice Film Festival


1969

Mikhail Ulyanov - Venice Film Festival - He was named People's Artist of the USSR in 1969 and received a special prize from the Venice Film Festival in 1982


1970

Guglielmo Biraghi - Venice Film Festival - He was the director of the Taormina Film Fest in the 1970s and became the 14th director of the Venice Film Festival in 1987

 

Barbara Loden - Venice Film Festival - The film won the International Critics' Prize at the Venice Film Festival in 1970 and was presented at the 1971 Cannes Film Festival


1971

Dariush Mehrjui - Venice Film Festival - In 1971, the film was smuggled out of Iran and submitted to the Venice Film Festival where, without programming or subtitles, it became the largest event of that year's festival


1975

Andre Techine - Venice Film Festival - The film, shown at that year's Venice Film Festival, disconcerted audiences and was not actually released until 1975


1977

Annie Girardot - Venice Film Festival - She is a three-time César *award winner , a two-time Molière *award winner , a David di Donatello *award winner , a BAFTA nominee , and a recipient of several international prizes including the Volpi Cup at the 1965 Venice Film Festival for "Three Rooms in Manhattan"


1981

Emir Kusturica - Venice Film Festival - He made his feature film debut in 1981 with "Do You Remember Dolly Bell-", which won the prestigious Silver Lion for Best First Work at that year's Venice Film Festival


1982

Gianni Amelio - Venice Film Festival - In 1982 he debuted for cinema proper with "Colpire al cuore" , about Italian terrorism, presented at the Venice Film Festival


1983

Dariush Mehrjui - It was shown at the 1983 Venice Film Festival and at the 1983 London Film Festival


1984

Pascale Ogier - Venice Film Festival - For her performance in the Éric Rohmer film, "Full Moon in Paris ", Ogier was nominated for a César *award for Best Actress and won the best actress *award at the 1984 Venice Film Festival


1985

Ronee Blakley - Silver Lake Film Festival - In 1985, she produced, wrote, starred in, and directed her own feature music docudrama titled "I Played It for You" which debuted at the Venice Film Festival and which has subsequently appeared at several other film festivals around the world, including a recent screening at the Silver Lake Film Festival

 

Manoel de Oliveira - Venice Film Festival - The film was never released theatrically, but was screened at both the 1985 Cannes Film Festival and the 1985 Venice Film Festival, where Oliveira received a special Golden Lion for his career up to that point

 

Valeria Golino - Golino obtained her first starring role in 1985's "Little Fires" and won the Best Actress Award at the Venice Film Festival for "Storia d'amore" in 1986


1986

Raghubir Yadav - Venice Film Festival - Incidentally he has never won the National *award but two International *awards as Best Actor for "Massey Sahib", FIPRESCI Critic's *award, Venice Film Festival, 1986 and the Best Actor Silver Peacock, IIFI, 1987

 

Manoel de Oliveira - Venice film festival - "My Case" opened the 1986 Venice Film Festival and was released in 1987


1990

Mammootty - It was well received upon screening at the Venice International Film Festival, and won four *awards in 1990


1991

Manoel de Oliveira - Jury Prize - The film stars Maria de Medeiros, Miguel Guilherme, Luís Miguel Cintra, Leonor Silveira and Diogo Dória and was shown in competition at the 1991 Venice Film Festival, where it won the Grand Special Jury Prize *award

 

Mario Monicelli - Venice Film Festival - In 1991 he received the Golden Lion for Career of the Venice Film Festival

 

Gian Maria Volonte - Venice Film Festival - In 1991, at the Venice Film Festival, he won a Golden Lion for his career as a whole


1992

Gillo Pontecorvo - Venice Film Festival - In 1992, Pontecorvo replaced Guglielmo Biraghi as the director of the Venice Film Festival and was responsible for the festivals of 1992, 1993 and 1994


1993

Brooklyn Film Festival - Director of programming Mario Pegoraro won Best Short film at the 1993 Venice Film Festival


1995

Alberto Sordi - Venice Film Festival - He received a Golden Lion for lifetime achievement at the Venice Film Festival in 1995, and The Golden Globe Award for his performance as an Italian labourer stranded in Sweden in "To Bed or Not to Bed

 

Sarah Watt - Venice Film Festival - In 1995, she directed a short film, "Small Treasures", which won Best Short Film at the Venice Film Festival


1996

Jonathan Coe - Edinburgh Film Festival - Coe was a judge for the Man Booker Prize in 1996, and has been a jury member at the Venice Film Festival and the Edinburgh Film Festival in 2007

 

Michele Morgan - Venice Film Festival - In 1996, she received the Career Golden Lion for lifetime achievement at the Venice Film Festival

 

Elia Suleiman - Venice Film Festival - It won the Best First Film Prize at the 1996 Venice Film Festival

 

Victoire Thivisol - She first gained acclaim for her role as a child coping with her mother's death in the 1996 film, "Ponette" and became the youngest actress to win the Volpi Cup Best Actress Award at the Venice Film Festival

 

Manoel de Oliveira - The film was screened in competition at the 1996 Venice Film Festival and won Oliveira the *award for Best Director at the 1996 Portuguese Golden Globe *awards


1997

Alida Valli - !Venice Film Festival - At 1997 Venice Film Festival Alida Valli obtained the Golden Lion *award for her career

 

Jafar Panahi - Berlin Film Festival - Although his films were often banned in his own country, he continued to receive international acclaim from film theorists and critics and has won numerous *awards, including the Golden Leopard at the 1997 Locarno International Film Festival for "The Mirror", the Golden Lion at the 2000 Venice Film Festival for "The Circle" and the Silver Bear for Best Director at the 2006 Berlin Film Festival for "Offside"

 

Wesley Snipes - Venice Film Festival - In 1997, he won the Best Actor Volpi Cup at the Venice Film Festival for his performance in New Line Cinema's "One Night Stand"


1998

Catherine Deneuve - Venice Film Festival - In 1998 she won acclaim and the Volpi Cup at the Venice Film Festival for her performance in "Place Vendôme"

 

Warren Beatty - In 1998, he was nominated for a Golden Lion *award for Best Film for "Bulworth" and received a Career Golden Lion *award from the Venice Film Festival

 

Emir Kusturica - In 1998, he won the Venice Film Festival's Silver Lion for Best Direction for "Black Cat, White Cat", a farcical comedy set in a Gypsy settlement on the banks of the Danube


1999

Amos Gitai - Cannes Film Festival - Between 1999 and 2011 seven of his films were entered in the Cannes Film Festival for the Golden Palm *award as well as the Venice Film Festival for the Golden Lion *award

 

Nathalie Baye - Venice Film Festival - In 1999 she was voted $Best_Supporting_Actress (César_Award_for_Best_Supporting_Actress) at Venice Film Festival for "Une liaison pornographique" and in 2000 starred in the *award-winning film "Vénus Beauté " by Tonie Marshall

 

Abbas Kiarostami - Kiarostami directed "The Wind Will Carry Us" in 1999, which won the Grand Jury Prize at the Venice International Film Festival


2000

Peter Sarsgaard - Venice Film Festival - The film was screened at a special presentation at the 2000 Venice Film Festival

 

Sally Potter - Venice Film Festival - "The Man Who Cried" , premiered at the Venice Film Festival in 2000 and was followed by "Yes" , with Joan Allen, Simon Abkarian and Sam Neill

 

Gillo Pontecorvo - In 2000, he received the Pietro Bianchi *award at the Venice Film Festival

 

Manoel de Oliveira - The film was shown in competition at the 2000 Venice Film Festival, where it won the Film critica "Bastone Bianco" *award


2001

Vera Farmiga - Venice Film Festival - The film opened at the 2001 Venice Film Festival

 

Claudio Fava - He co-wrote the screenplay of the movie "One hundred steps" about the life and death of Antimafia activist Giuseppe Impastato that won the Venice Film Festival in 2001 for the best script

 

Dayyan Eng - The film premiered and won awards at the 2001 Venice Film Festival and 2002 Sundance Film Festival, and was invited to 2002 Cannes Film Festival "Directors' Fortnight" - becoming the first Chinese short film to be invited in all three festivals' history

 

Manoel de Oliveira - The film was screened in competition at the 2001 Venice Film Festival, where it won the UNESCO *award


2002

Tonie Marshall - In 2002 her film "Au plus près du paradis" was nominated for the Golden Lion *award as best film at the Venice Film Festival


2003

Andrey Zvyagintsev - Venice Film Festival - He is mostly known for his 2003 film "The Return", which won him a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival

 

Anna Mouglalis - Venice Film Festival - In 2003, she played in "La Maladie de la mort" which previewed at the Venice Film Festival, a film in black and white by first-time director Asa Mader

 

Andrey Zvyagintsev - In 2003, he directed his first feature film "The Return", which received several *awards, including a Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival


2004

Fabrice Du Welz - Venice Film Festival - He has directed two feature length films since 2004: "Calvaire" which was screened at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival, and three years later in 2007, "Vinyan" that competed in the Venice Film Festival competition

 

Lilli Carati - Venice Film Festival - The film, about the story of two girls who leave home and move into a hippie commune in pursuit of freedom but end up in the hands of thugs to be violently murdered, later attained a cult status as expressed by its screening at Venice Film Festival in 2004

 

Wolfgang Becker - He was a member of the jury at the Venice Film Festival in 2004

 

Mark Penney - Mark Penney is the director of the 2004 film "The Right Way" which played at many world film festivals most notably at the 61st Venice Film Festival

 

Manoel de Oliveira - The film chronicles the history of King Sebastian I of Portugal, and at a screening at the 2004 Venice Film Festival Oliveira acknowledged that US President George W. Bush had "a "Sebastianist" inclination in his expressed desire to spread democracy and freedom around the globe in his own version of the Fifth Empire


2005

Gry Bay - Venice Film Festival - At the 2005 Venice Film Festival, Gry Bay once more appeared nude in Pipilotti Rist's video installation "Homo sapiens sapiens"

 

Matthew Modine - Venice Film Festival - In 2005, Abel Ferrara's "Mary" won the Special Jury Prize at the Venice Film Festival

 

Hayao Miyazaki - Venice Film Festival - In 2005, Miyazaki received a lifetime achievement *award at the Venice Film Festival

 

Brady Corbet - Venice Film Festival - The film debuted in that year's Venice Film Festival and had a limited release in 2005

 

Heather Graham - The film premiered at the 2005 Venice Film Festival where it won the "Special Jury Prize" as well as three smaller *awards


2006

Franco Merli - Venice Film Festival - In 2006 Franco Merli once again appeared on the big screen when Giuseppe Bertolucci's documentary on Pasolini and the making of Salò, "Pasolini prossimo nostro" premiered at the Venice Film Festival

 

Manami Konishi - Venice Film Festival - Konishi appeared in Kiyoshi Kurosawa's 2006 film "Retribution", which was screened at the 63rd Venice Film Festival

 

Chulpan Khamatova - Venice Film Festival - She was on the six-person jury, which was headed by Catherine Deneuve, at the Venice Film Festival in 2006

 

Original Media - Venice Film Festival - "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints", which premiered at Sundance in 2006 where it won Best Director and Best Ensemble Cast, went on to win Critics Week at the Venice Film Festival and was nominated for three Independent Spirit *awards

 

Catherine Deneuve - In 2006, she headed the jury at the Venice Film Festival


2007

Paddy Considine - Sundance Film Festival - He has a BAFTA *award, British Independent Film *award, Silver Lion at the 2007 Venice Film Festival and the Seattle International Film Festival Short Film Jury *award for best short with Dog Altogether as well as a second BAFTA *award, British Independent Film *award and a World Cinema Directing *award for his feature directorial debut film, "Tyrannosaur", at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival

 

Paddy Considine - Venice Film Festival - Dog Altogether won the 2007 BAFTA *award for Best Short Film, as well as a Silver Lion for Best Short Film at the 2007 Venice Film Festival a Best British Short at the 2007 British Independent Film *awards and the Seattle International Film Festival Short Film Jury *award , as well as a World Cinema Directing *award for his feature directorial debut Tyrannosaur at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival


2008

Natalie Portman - Venice Film Festival - In 2008, Portman at age 27 made her directorial debut at the Venice Film Festival

 

Dominique Blanc - Venice Film Festival - On 6 September 2008, she won the Volpi Cup for $Best_Actress (César_Award_for_Best_Actress) at the 65th Venice Film Festival

 

Jon Trosky - Aronofsky brought Rourke into the film and Trosky and Farra worked with Rourke for about eight weeks to prepare him for the movie which just won to top *award in the Venice Film Festival on September 6, 2008


2009

Pepe Diokno - His debut film, "Engkwentro" premiered at the 2009 Venice Film Festival and received the Lion of the Future - "Luigi de Laurentiis" Award for Best Debut Film, as well as the Orizzonti Prize for new trends in cinema


2010

Monte Hellman - Venice Film Festival - At the 2010 Venice Film Festival he was *awarded with a "Special Lion *award for Overall Work"

 

Sage Stallone - Venice Film Festival - Both films were shown in main competition at the 2010 Venice Film Festival and in the Toronto International Film Festival

 

Sofia Coppola - Venice Film Festival - In 2010, with "Somewhere", she became the first American woman to win the Golden Lion, the top prize at the Venice Film Festival

 

Jafar Panahi - Venice Film Festival - It premiered at the 2010 Venice Film Festival

 

Joaquin Phoenix - Venice Film Festival - Phoenix's film, "I'm Still Here", debuted at the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto International Film Festival in 2010

 

Vikram (actor) - In 2010 his film, "Raavan" was promoted at the Cannes Film Festival and screened at Venice Film Festival and the Busan International Film Festival

 

Sofia Coppola - On September 11, 2010, "Somewhere" won the Golden Lion, the top prize at the 67th Venice Film Festival


2011

Madonna (entertainer) - Venice Film Festival - The film premiered out of the main competition at the 2011 Venice Film Festival, where it received mixed reviews

 

Mia Farrow - Toronto International Film Festival - The film will be shown at the Venice Film Festival in September 2011, as well as the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival the same month

 

Selma Blair - Toronto International Film Festival - She promoted the film in its world premiere at the 68th Venice Film Festival on September 5, 2011 and at the Toronto International Film Festival


2012

In 2012 the 69th festival took place from 29 August 0 to 8 September add something


2013

In 2013, The 70th Festival took place from 28 August to 7 September add something

 

The 70th Festival took place from 28 August to 7 September 2013 add something


2014

The 71st Festival is taking place from 27 August to 6 September 2014 add something


2015

The 72nd Festival is scheduled to take place from 2 to 12 September 2015 add something


2016

The 73rd Festival is scheduled to be held from 31 August to 10 September 2016 add something


2017

The 74th Venice International $Film (Category:Venice_Biennale) Festival is scheduled to be held from 30 August to 9 September 2017 add something


 

In 2018 "Roma" by Alfonso Cuarón won the Golden Lion and became the first ever movie produced by Netflix to be awarded in a major film festival add something


2019

The 76th Venice International Film (Category:Venice_Biennale) Festival is scheduled to be held from 28 August to 7 September 2019 add something