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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

 

2015 Venice Film Festival

2015 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):  Desde allá  directed by Lorenzo Vigas  (Venezuela)

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Silver Lion (Best Director):  Pablo Trapero for The Clan 

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Best Actor:  Fabrice Luchini for Courted

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Best Actress: Valeria Golino for Per amor vostro

Best Screenplay Award – Christian Vincent for Courted

 

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

 

2013 Venice Film Festival

2013 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 regarded as the oldest Film Festival in the World.

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Golden Lion (Best Film): Sacro Gra directed by Gianfranco Rosi (documentary)

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Silver Lion (Best Director): Alexandros Avranas for the film Miss Violence (Greece)

Best Actor: Themis Panou – Miss Violence

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Best Actress: Elena Cotta – Via Castellana Bandiera 

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Best Screenplay: Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope – Philomena starring Steve Coogan and Judi Dench

Source: http://www.labiennale.org/en/cinema/news/07-09.html

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

2011 Venice Film Festival

2011 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 known as the oldest Film Festival in the World.

Winners of the 2011 Venice International Film Festival are as follows: –

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Golden Lion (Best Film): Faust directed by Alexander Sokurov

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Silver Lion (Best Director): Cai Shangjun for People Mountain People Sea

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Best Actor: Michael Fassbender – Shame

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Best Actress: Deanie Ip – A Simple Life

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

2010 Venice Film Festival

2010 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 known as the oldest Film Festival in the World.

Winners of the 2010 Venice International Film Festival are as follows: –

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Golden Lion (Best Film): Somewhere directed by Sofia Coppola

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Silver Lion (Best Director): Álex de la Iglesia for A Sad Trumpet Ballad  (also known as The Last Circus)

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Best Actor: Vincent Gallo – Essential Killing

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Best Actress: Ariane Labed – Attenberg

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

2009 Venice Film Festival

2009 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 known as the oldest Film Festival in the World.

Winners of the 2009 Venice International Film Festival are as follows: –

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Golden Lion (Best Film): Lebanon directed by Samuel Maoz

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Silver Lion (Best Director): Shirin Neshat for Women Without Men

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Best Actor: Colin Firth – A Single Man

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Best Actress: Kseniya RappoportThe Double Hour

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

2008 Venice Film Festival

2008 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 known as the oldest Film Festival in the World.

Winners of the 2008 Venice International Film Festival are as follows: –

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The Golden Lion (Best Film): – The Wrestler directed by Darren Aronofsky

The Silver Lion (Best Director): Aleksei German Jr. for Paper Soldier

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Best Actor: Silvio Orlando – Giovanna’s Father

Best Actress: Dominique Blanc – L’Autre

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

 

2007 Venice Film Festival

2007 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 2007 Venice International Film Festival are as follows: –

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Golden Lion (Best Film): Lust, Caution directed by Ang Lee

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Silver Lion (Best Director): Brian de Palma – Redacted

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Best Actor: Brad Pitt – The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford

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Best Actress: Cate Blanchett – I’m Not There

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

 

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