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67th Venice International Film Festival
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Festival poster
Location Venice, Italy
Founded 1932
Awards Golden LionSomewhere
Silver LionÁlex de la Iglesia (A Sad Trumpet Ballad)
Festival date 1 – 11 September 2010
Website Website
Venice Film Festival chronology

The 67th annual Venice International Film Festival held in Venice, Italy, took place from 1 to 11 September 2010.[1] American film director and screenwriter Quentin Tarantino was the head of the Jury.[2] The opening film of the festival was Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan,[3] and the closing film was Julie Taymor's The Tempest. John Woo was awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement prior to the start of the Festival.[4]

The Golden Lion for the Best Film In Competition was awarded to Somewhere, directed by Sofia Coppola.[5] The Silver Lion Award for Best Director was given to Álex de la Iglesia, for A Sad Trumpet Ballad. In a break with tradition of limiting a film to receiving no more than one major award, the Special Jury Prize and the Best Actor (the Volpi Cup) went to the same film, Jerzy Skolimowski's Essential Killing. In the past, no one film had been given two major awards. Representing the jury, American director Quentin Tarantino appealed to Festival head Marco Müller to alter the rules. This rule change will be upheld for future editions of the Festival.[6][7]

Following the Festival, Italian film critic Paolo Mereghetti criticised the decisions the jury made in awarding prizes, and singled out Tarantino, accusing him of favoritism. He denied the charge.[8][9]

Juries

The international juries of the 67th Venice International Film Festival were composed as follows:[10]

Main Competition (Venezia 67)[11]

Horizons (Orizzonti)[12]

  • Shirin Neshat, Iranian visual artist (film, video, photography) (President)
  • Raja Amari, Tunisian director and script writer
  • Lav Diaz, Filipino independent filmmaker
  • Alexander Horwath, director of the Austrian Filmmuseum, former director of Viennale
  • Pietro Marcello, Italian director

Opera Prima ("Luigi de Laurentiis" Award for a Debut Film)[13]

  • Fatih Akin, German director, screenwriter and producer (President)
  • Nina Lath Gupta, Indian official of National Film Development Corporation of India
  • Stanley Kwan, Hong Kong director and producer
  • Samuel Maoz, Israeli director
  • Jasmine Trinca, Italian actress

Controcampo Italiano[14]

Persol 3-D[15]

  • Shimizu Takashi, Japanese filmmaker (President)
  • Jim Hoberman, American film critic and academic
  • David Zamagni, Italian director and filmmaker

Official selection

In competition

The Leone d'oro (Golden Lion) award was won by Somewhere, directed by Sofia Coppola, a film based in part on Coppola's childhood as the daughter of acclaimed American director Francis Ford Coppola.[16] Quentin Tarantino, the president of the jury that awarded the prize, hailed the film saying, "it grew and grew in our hearts, in our minds, in our affections".[17] The jury's decision was unanimous. Upon receiving the award, Coppola paid credit to her father for "teaching me".[18] The Russian film Silent Souls and the Chilean film Post Mortem had been considered favourites for the award.[19]

The following films competed for the award:[20]

English title Original title Director(s) Country
13 Assassins Jūsannin no Shikaku Takashi Miike Japan, United Kingdom
Attenberg Athina Rachel Tsangari Greece
Barney's Version Richard J. Lewis Canada, Italy
Black Swan Darren Aronofsky United State
Black Venus Vénus noire Abdellatif Kechiche Frances
Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame Dí Rénjié Zhī Tōngtiān Dìguó Tsui Hark China
The Ditch Jiabiangou Wang Bing China
Essential Killing Jerzy Skolimowski Poland, Norway, Hungary, Ireland
Happy Few Antony Cordier France
Meek's Cutoff Kelly Reichardt United States
Miral Julian Schnabel USA, France, Italy, Israel
Noi credevamo (lit. "We Believed") Mario Martone Italy, France
Norwegian Wood Noruwei no Mori Tran Anh Hung Japan
La passione Carlo Mazzacurati Italy
La pecora nera (lit. "The black sheep") Ascanio Celestini Italy
Post Mortem Pablo Larraín Chile, Mexico, Germany
Potiche François Ozon France
Promises Written in Water Vincent Gallo United States
Road to Nowhere Monte Hellman United States
A Sad Trumpet Ballad Balada triste de trompeta Álex de la Iglesia Spain, France
Silent Souls Ovsyanki (Овсянки) Aleksei Fedorchenko Russia
The Solitude of Prime Numbers La solitudine dei numeri primi Saverio Costanzo Italy, Germany, France
Somewhere Sofia Coppola United States
Three Drei Tom Tykwer Germany
Highlighted title indicates the Golden Lion winner.

Out of competition

The following films were shown out of competition.[21]

English title Original title Director(s) Country
1960 Gabriele Salvatores Italy
All Inclusive 3D Nadia Ranocchi, David Zamagni Italy
Angel of Evil Vallanzasca - Gli angeli del male Michele Placido Italy
The Child's Eye 3D Tung ngaan 3D Oxide Pang Chun, Danny Pang Hong Kong, China
Dante Ferretti: production designer Gianfranco Giagni Italy
Gorbaciof Gorbaciof - Il cassiere col vizio del gioco Stefano Incerti Italy
I'm Still Here Casey Affleck United States
Legend of the Fist: The Return of Chen Zhen Jīng Wǔ Fēng Yún-Chén Zhēn Andrew Lau Hong Kong
A Letter to Elia Martin Scorsese, Kent Jones United States
N/A Lope Andrucha Waddington Spain, Brazil
Machete Robert Rodriguez United States
N/A Niente paura Piergiorgio Gay Italy
N/A Notizie degli scavi Emidio Greco Italy
N/A Passione John Turturro Italy
N/A La prima volta e Venezia Antonello Sarno Italy
N/A Raavan Mani Ratnam India
Reign of Assassins Jiàn Yǔ John Woo, Su Chao-pin China, Hong Kong
N/A Sei Venezia Carlo Mazzacurati Italy
Shock Labyrinth 3D Senritsu meikyu 3D Takashi Shimizu Japan
Showtime Yongxin Tiao Stanley Kwan China
N/A Sorelle mai Marco Bellocchio Italy
Space Guy Taikong xia 3D Zhang Yuan China
Surviving Life Přežít svůj život Jan Švankmajer Czech Republic
The Tempest Julie Taymor United States
That Girl in Yellow Boots Anurag Kashyap India
The Town Ben Affleck United States
N/A L’ultimo gattopardo: ritratto di Goffredo Lombardo Giuseppe Tornatore Italy
Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City Zeburâman: Zebura Shiti no gyakushû Takashi Miike Japan

Horizons

From 2010 on, this section, dedicated to new trends in world cinema, has opened itself to all "extra-format" works, while four new awards have been established for it.[22]

Feature films

Feature fiction and history films
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Anti Gas Skin Bangdokpi Gok and Sun Kim South Korea
Better Life Isaac Julien United Kingdom, China
Caracremada Lluís Galter Spain
Cold Fish Tsumetai nettaigyo Sion Sono Japan
Dharma Guns Dharma Guns (La succession Starkov) F.J. Ossang France, Portugal
The House by the Medlar Tree Malavoglia Pasquale Scimeca Italy
In the Future (52´) En El Futuro Mauro Andrizzi Argentina
Jean Gentil Laura Amelia Guzmán and Israel Cárdenas Dominican Rep., Mexico, Germany
Nainsukh Amit Dutta Switzerland, India
News from Nowhere Paul Morrissey United States
Oki's Movie (Closing Film) Oki-Eui Young-Hwa Hong Sang-soo South Korea
Sleeping Beauty (Opening Film) La belle endormie Catherine Breillat France
Summer of Goliath Verano de Goliat Nicolás Pereda Mexico, Canada
The Sword and the Rose A Espada e a Rosa João Nicolau Portugal, France
Feature documentaries
Title Director(s) Production country
Fading (experimental film, 58´) Olivier Zabat France
The Forgotten Space Noel Burh, Allan Sekula Netherlands, Austria
Guest José Luis Guerin Spain
K.364 a Journey by Train [Out Of Competition] Douglas Gordon United Kingdom, France
The Nine Muses John Akomfrah United Kingdom, Ghana
Per questi stretti morire (Ovvero cartografia di una passione) Giuseppe M. Gaudino, Isabella Sandri Italy
Reconstructing Faith (Xifang Qu Ci Bu Yuan) Wenhai Huang China
Robinson in Ruins Patrick Keiller United Kingdom
El sicario Room 164 Gianfranco Rosi France, Italy
When We Were Communists (Sheoeyin kenna) Maher Abi Samra Lebanon, France, U.A.E
Zelal Marianne Khoury, Mustapha Hasnaoui Egypt, France
Highlighted title indicates the Orizzonti Award for Feature Film winner.

Short and medium-length films

Short and medium-length fiction films
Title Duration Director(s) Country
21 Grams (21 Ke) (animation) 29' Xun Sun China
720 Degrees 5' Ishtiaque Zico Bangladesh
The Agent 12' Vincent Gallo United States
Casus Belli 11' Georgios Zois Greece
Diamonds (Brilianty) 26' Rustam Khamdamov Russia
The External World (animation) 15' David Oreilly Germany
Four Seasons (Nok Ka Mhin) 11' Chaisiri Jiwarangsan Thailand
John's Gone 21' Josh & Benny Safdie United States
The Leopard [Out Of Competition] 20' Isaac Julien United Kingdom, Italy
The Life and Death of Henry Darger (Lif og Daudi Henry Darger) 6' Bertrand Mandico France, Iceland
Man In A Room 6' Rafael Palacio Illingworth USA, Mexico, Switzerland
Mechanic of Spring (Haru No Shikumi) (animation) 5' Atsushi Wada Japan
Out (Tse) 35' Roee Rosen Israel
Painéis de São Vicente de Fora, visão poética 16' Manoel De Oliveira Portugal
El Pozo 8' Guillermo Arriaga Mexico
Red Earth (Chi Di) 21' Clara Law Hong Kong, Australia
Woman I 20' Nuntanat Duangtisarn Thailand
Short and medium-length experimental films
Title Duration Director(s) Country
Atom 30' Markus Loeffler, Andrée Korpys Germany
Les Barbares 5' Jean Gabriel Périot France
Cold Clay, Emptiness… 7' Sj. Ramir New Zealand
Coming Attractions 25' Peter Tscherkassky Austria
The Death of an Insect (Erään Hyönteisen Tuho) 7' Hannes Vartiainen, Pekka Veikkolainen Finland
Diane Wellington 15' Arnaud Des Pallières France
The Futurist 4' Emily Richardson United Kingdom
House 9' Doug Aitken United States
Inspiration (Voodhushevlenie) 45' Galina Myznikova, Sergey Provorov Russia
La linea generale 16' Oleg Tcherny France
A Loft [Out Of Competition] 16' Ken Jacobs United States
Mc Mclean, Magic For Beginners 20' Jesse Mclean United States
Mouse Palace 10' Harald Hund, Paul Horn Austria
O mundo è belo 9' Luiz Pretti Brazil
Non si può nulla contro il vento 6' Flatform Italy
Shadow Cuts 5' Martin Arnold Austria
Stardust 20' Nicolas Provost Belgium
Weak Rot Front (Slabyj Rot Front) 12' Victor Alimpiev Russia
Short and medium-length documentariess
Title Duration Director(s) Country
Il Capo 15' Yuri Ancarani Italy
Crust (Qiao) 13' Wenhai Huang China
Un Anno Dopo – Progetto Memory Hunters [Out Of Competition] 22' Carlo Liberatore, a.o. Italy
Future Archaeology 20' Armin Linke, Francesco Mattuzzi Italy, Germany
On Rubik's Road (Pa Rubika Celu) 30' Laila Pakalnina Latvia
Indefatigable 7' Ruth Jarman, Joe Gerhardt Ecuador, United Kingdom
How To Pick Berries (Miten Marjoja Poimitaan) 19' Elina Talvensaari Finland
The Future Will Not Be Capitalism 19' Sasha Pirker Austria
Highlighted titles indicates the Orizzonti Awards for Short Film and for Medium-length winners.

Controcampo Italiano

The following films, representing "new trends in Italian cinema", were screened in this section:[23]

In competition

Feature films
English title Original title Director(s)
20 Cigarettes 20 Sigarette Aureliano Amadei
The First Assignment Il Primo Incarico Giorgia Cecere
Into Paradisco Paola Randi
Lost Kisses (Opening Film) I baci mai dati Roberta Torre
N/A (documentary) Ma che storia... Gianfranco Pannone
Tajabone Salvatore Mereu
A Woman Giada Colagrande
Short films
Title Min. Director(s)
Achille 19' Giorgia Farina
Bassa Marea 15' Roberto De Paolis
Come Un Soffio 7' Michela Cescon
Niente Orchidee 14' Simone Godano, Leonardo Godano
Sposerò Nichi Vendola 16' Andrea Costantino
Highlighted title indicates the Controcampo Italiano Prize winner.

Out of competition - Feature films and documentaries

Title Genre Director(s) Country
Flaiano: Il meglio è passato Documentary Giancarlo Rolandi, Steve Della Casa Italy
Fughe e approdi Documentary Giovanna Taviani
Late Summer (Tarda estate) Drama Antonio Di Trapani, Marco De Angelis
Il Loro Natale Documentary Gaetano Di Vaio
Se hai una montagna di neve, tienila all'ombra Documentary Elisabetta Sgarbi, Eugenio Lio
Ward 54 Documentary Monica Maggioni Italy, USA

Italian comedy retrospective

The following films were shown as part of a retrospective section on Italian comedy, titled The State of Things, spanning the years 1937 to 1988.[24]

Italian title English title Director(s) Released
Le quattro verità Three Fables of Love Alessandro Blasetti 1962
Non ti pago! N/A Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia 1942
I cuori infranti N/A Vittorio Caprioli 1963
Casotto Beach House Sergio Citti 1977
Io non spezzo... rompo N/A Bruno Corbucci 1971
Il domestico N/A Luigi Filippo D'Amico 1974
Allegri masnadieri The Make Believe Pirates Marco Elter 1937
Tutta la città canta The Whole City Sings Riccardo Freda 1945
Lo scatenato Catch as Catch Can Franco Indovina 1967
Imputato alzatevi! N/A Mario Mattoli 1939
È arrivato il cavaliere! N/A Mario Monicelli, Steno 1950
Guardie e ladri Cops and Robbers Mario Monicelli, Steno 1951
Fracchia la belva umana N/A Neri Parenti 1981
L'onorata società N/A Riccardo Pazzaglia 1961
Lo scapolo The Bachelor Antonio Pietrangeli 1955
Il ragazzo di campagna N/A Castellano & Pipolo 1984
Il commissario Lo Gatto N/A Dino Risi 1987
Il giovedì The Thursday Dino Risi 1963
Le pillole di Ercole N/A Luciano Salce 1962
Botta e risposta I'm in the Revue Mario Soldati 1950
Un giorno in pretura N/A Steno 1954
Febbre da cavallo N/A Steno 1976
Il mantenuto His Women Ugo Tognazzi 1961
Eccezzziunale... veramente N/A Carlo Vanzina 1982
Vacanze di Natale N/A Carlo Vanzina 1983
Compagni di scuola N/A Carlo Verdone 1988

Autonomous sections

Venice International Film Critics' Week

The following films were selected for the 25th International Film Critics' Week:[25][26]

In competition
English title Original title Director(s) Country
Afraid of the Dark Hai paura del buio Massimo Coppola[27] Italy
Angel & Tony Angèle et Tony Alix Delaporte France
Beyond Svinalängorna Pernilla August Sweden
Dad Oca Vlado Škafar[28] Slovenia
Homeland Hora Proelefsis Syllas Tzoumerkas Greece
Martha Marcelino Islas Hernández[29] Mexico
Naomi Hitparzut X Eitan Zur[30] Israel
Special Events - Out of competition
Line-up English title Original title Director(s) Country
Opening film Italian Night Notte Italiana Carlo Mazzacurati Italy
Closing film The Bridal Quarter Limbunan Gutierrez Mangansakan II[31] Philippines

Venice Days

The following films were selected for the 7th edition of Venice Days (Giornate Degli Autori) autonomous section:[32][33]

In competition
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Heaven Without Earth Cielo Senza Terra Giovanni Maderna & Sara Pozzoli Italy
Circus Columbia Cirkus Columbia Danis Tanović Bosnia and Herzegovina, a.o.
Majority Cogunluk Seren Yüce Turkey
And Peace on Earth Et in terra pax Matteo Botrugno & Daniele Coluccini Italy
The Green Blood Il sangue verde Andrea Segre Italy, France
Incendies Denis Villeneuve Canada, France
Dark Love L’amore buio Antonio Capuano Italy
The Life of Fish La vida de los peces Matías Bize Chile, France
Life in the Time of Death (documentary) La vita al tempo della morte Andrea Caccia Italy
The Clink of Ice Le bruit des glaçons Bertrand Blier France
Lisetta Carmi, a Soul on the Road (documentary) Lisetta Carmi, un'anima in cammino Daniele Segre Italy
Ocean Black Noir océan Marion Hänsel Belgium, Germany, France
The Place in Between Notre étrangère Sarah Bouyain France, Burkina Faso
Little Voices (documentary, animation) Pequeñas voces Jairo Eduardo Carrillo & Oscar Andrade Colombia
N/A Scena del crimine (documentary) Walter Stokman Netherlands, Italy
The Accordion (short) Jafar Panahi Italy, Brazil, France, Switzerland
The Happy Poet Paul Gordon United States
The Lux Prize
English title Original title Director(s) Production country
Plato‘s Academy Akadimia Platonos Filippos Tsitos Greece, Germany
When We Leave Die Fremde Feo Aladag Germany
Illegal Illégal Olivier Masset-Depasse Belgium, Luxembourg, France

Awards

Starting with the 67th edition of the festival, four new awards were established for the Orizzonti section: the Orizzonti Award (for feature films), the Special Jury Orizzonti Prize (for feature films), the Orizzonti Award for Short Films and the Orizzonti Award for Medium-length Films.[22]

Official selection

The following Official selection awards were conferred at the festival:[5]

In Competition (Venezia 67)

Horizons (Orizzonti)

  • Orizzonti Award: Verano de Goliat by Nicolás Pereda
  • Special Jury Orizzonti Prize: The Forgotten Space by Noël Burch and Allan Sekula
  • Orizzonti Award for Short Films: Coming Attractions by Peter Tcherkassky
  • Orizzonti Award for Medium-length Films: Tse (Out) by Roee Rosen
Special mention: Jean Gentil by Laura Amelia Guzmán and Israel Cárdenas
  • Venice Short Film Nominee for the European Film Awards: The External World by David Oreilly (conferred by the Horizons jury)

Controcampo Italiano

  • Best film: 20 Cigarettes by Aureliano Amadei
Special mention: Vinicio Marchioni for his role in 20 Cigarettes

Special awards

Autonomous sections

The following official and collateral awards were conferred to films of the autonomous sections:

Venice International Film Critics' Week

FEDIC Award - Special mention: Afraid of the Dark (Hai paura del buio) by Massimo Coppola

Venice Days (Giornati degli Autori)

  • Lion of the Future
"Luigi de Laurentis" Award for a Debut Film: Cogunluk (Majority) by Seren Yüce
Special mention: Incendies by Denis Villeneuve
Lina Mangiacapre Award - Special mention: Jafar Panahi for The Accordion (short)
  • AIF Forfilmfest Award: Dark Love by Antonio Capuano
  • Gianni Astrei Award: Dark Love by Antonio Capuano
  • Cinema.Doc - Venice Days Selection: Il Sangue verde by Andrea Segre
  • Silver Mouse: Incendies by Denis Villeneuve

Other collateral awards

The following collateral awards were conferred to films of the official selection:[34]

Special mention: Silent Souls by Aleksei Fedorchenko
Cinema for UNICEF commendation: Miral by Julian Schnabel
Special mention: Zebraman 2: Attack on Zebra City & 13 Assassins by Miike Takashi
  • Brian Award: Lost Kisses (I baci mai dati) by Roberta Torre
  • Queer Lion Award: In the Future (En el futuro) by Mauro Andrizzi (Horizons)
  • Arca Cinemagiovani Award:
  • Lina Mangiacapre Award: Attenberg by Athina Rachel Tsangari
  • UK - Italy Creative Industries Award – Best Innovative Budget: Tajabone by Salvatore Mereu (Controcampo Italiano)
  • Fondazione Mimmo Rotella: La pecora nera by Ascanio Celestini
  • Premio Selezione Cinema.Doc - Official Selection: El sicario room 164 by Gianfranco Rosi (Horizons)
  • Golden Mouse: Silent Souls by Aleksei Fedorchenko
  • Premio Open: John Woo

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External links

  • Official website
  • Venice Film Festival 2010 Awards on IMDb
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