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2006 Venice Film Festival

2006 Venice International Film Festival Winners

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

Winners of the 2006 Venice International Film Festival are as follows: –

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Golden Lion (Best Film): Still Life directed by Jia Zhangke

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Silver Lion (Best Director): Alain Resnais for Coeurs (also known as Private Fears in Public Places)

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Best Actor: Ben Affleck – Hollywoodland

 The Queen

Best Actress: Helen Mirren – The Queen

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

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