75th Venice Film Festival Complete Winners List: Roma bags the Coveted GoldnavEEn (Author) Published Date : Sep 11, 2018 15:03 ET
The Venice Film Festival held throughout a week of time and the 75th film festival of Venice got a bundle of screenings with more mastery films and brilliant works from the makers. The festival entertained the audience as always while the films screened in the festival where yet to be released in theatres or online platforms, reports from the event gains huge curiosity among the films to get screens and audience time.
The festival got over last weekend and after all the screenings, the best in each category were awarded the festival titles and the coveted Golden Lion is won by the film Roma directed by Alfonso Cuaron. Last time he won the same title was for his film Gravity in 2013 and it is to be noted that the yesteryear winner of this title The Shape of Water went on to garner a number of Academy Awards. The Complete list of the winners of respective title follows.
Featured AwardsGolden Lion: Roma
Silver Lion Grand Jury Prize: The Favourite
Silver Lion Best Director: Jacques Audiard for “The Sisters Brothers”
Volpi Cup for Best Actress: Olivia Colman for “The Favourite”
Volpi Cup for Best Actor: Willem Dafoe for “At Eternity’s Gate”
Best Screenplay Award: Joel & Ethan Coen (The Ballad of Buster Scruggs)
Special Jury Prize: The Nightingale
Marcello Mastroianni Award: Baykali Ganambarr for "The Nightingale"
Horizons AwardsBest Film: Kraben Rahu
Best Director: Ozen
Special Jury Prize: Anons
Best Actress: Natalya Kudryashova for “The Man Who Surprised Everyone”
Best Actor: Kais Nashif for “Tel Aviv on Fire”
Best Screenplay: Pema Tseden, Jinpa
Lion of the FutureLuigi De Laurentiis
Film- The Day I Lost My Shadow (Debut)
Venice ClassicsBest Documentary on Cinema: The Great Buster: A Celebration
Best Restored Film: The Night of the Shooting Stars
Venice VRBest VR Film: Spheres
Best VR Experience Award: Buddy VR
Best VR Story Award: I’iIe des Morts
Queer LionDirector- Li Cheng for "Jose"
75th Venice Film Festival Complete Winners List: Roma bags the Coveted Gold