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2016 Venice Film Festival

2016 Venice International Film Festival Winners

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

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Golden Lion (Best Film): The Woman Who Left by Lav Diaz

Silver Lion (Best Director):  shared between –

Amat Escalante for The Untamed  (No film poster available)

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Andrei Konchalovsky for Paradise

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Best Actor:  Oscar Martínez for The Distinguished Citizen

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Best Actress: Emma Stone for La La Land

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Best Screenplay Award: Noah Oppenheim for Jackie

 

2014 Venice Film Festival

2014 Venice International Film Festival Winners

Venice Film Fest VIFF 2014

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

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Golden Lion (Best Film): A Pigeon Sat on a Branch reflecting on Existence directed by Roy Andersson (Sweden)

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Silver Lion (Best Director): Andrei Konchalovsky for The Postman’s White Nights (Russia)

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Best Actor: Adam Driver – Hungry Hearts (Italy)

Best Actress: Alba RohrwacherHungry Hearts (Italy)


Source – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/71st_Venice_International_Film_Festival

 

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