WINNERS OF THE 67TH VENICE FILM FESTIVAL

67th Venice Film Festival

WINNERS OF THE 67TH VENICE FILM FESTIVAL OFFICIAL AWARDS
INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION JURY

GOLDEN LION
Somewhere – Sofia Coppola (U.S.)

SILVER LION
The Last Circus “Balada triste de trompeta” – Alex de la Iglesia (Spain, France)

SPECIAL JURY PRIZE
Essential Killing – Jerzy Skolimowski (Poland, Norway, Hungary, Ireland)

ACTOR
Vincent Gallo – Essential Killing

ACTRESS
Ariane Labed – Attenberg (Greece)

MARCELLO MASTROIANNI PRIZE FOR YOUNG PERFORMER
Mila Kunis – Black Swan (U.S.)

BEST SCREENPLAY
Alex de le Iglesia – The Last Circus “Balada triste de trompeta” (Spain, France)

TECHNICAL CONTRIBUTION — Best Cinematography
Mikhail Krichman – Silent Souls “Aleksei Fedorchenko (Russia)

SPECIAL LION (FOR THE OVERALL BODY OF HIS WORK)
Monte Hellman (U.S.)

LUIGI DE LAURENTIIS LION OF THE FUTURE
Majority – by Seren Yuce (Turkey)

HORIZONS PRIZES
FEATURE FILM
Verano De Goliat – Nicolas Pereda (Mexico, Canada)

SPECIAL JURY PRIZE FOR FEATURE FILMS
The Forgotten Space – Noel Burch, Allan Sekula (The Netherlands, Austria)

SHORT FILM
Coming Attractions – Peter Tscherkassy (Austria)

MEDIUM LENGTH FILM
Out – Roee Rosen (Israel)

SPECIAL MENTION
Jean Gentil – Laura Guzman and Israel Cardenas (Dominican Republic, Mexico, Germany)

VENICE SHORT NOMINEE FOR THE EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS
The External World – David O’Reilly (Germany)

CONTROCAMPO ITALIANO
20 Cigarette – Aureliano Amadei (Italy)

L’Oreal Paris Prize
Vittoria Puccini (Italy)

JAEGER–LECOULTRE GLORY TO THE FILMMAKER AWARD
Mani Ratnam (India)

Persol 3-D Prize for most creative 3D film of the year
(tied) Avatar – James Cameron (U.S.)
(tied) How To Train Your Dragon – Chris Sanders and Dean Deblois (U.S.)

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