2012 Venice Film Festival

2012 Venice International Film Festival Winners

Venice International Film Festival, known as La Biennale di Venezia takes place annually
in late August, early September and is known as the oldest Film Festival in the World.

Winners of the 2012 Venice International Film Festival are as follows: –

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Golden Lion (Best Film): Pieta directed by Kim Ki-duk

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Silver Lion (Best Director): Paul Thomas Anderson – The Master

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Best Actor: (shared between) Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman – The Master

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Best Actress: Hadas Yaron – Fill the Void

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Venice_International_Film_Festival

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