Venice Film Festival 2011 - Winners

The 68th Venice Film Festival is officially over. This year's Jury had to choose among 23 movies, but they were so deeply impressed by one of them so it was obvious (for them) who should get the main prize. I'm very glad for Russian director Aleksander Sokurov, whose movie won it, and I'm sure Michael Fassbender deserved his one. Now I'm very exited to watch "SHAME" he starred in.

More about Venice Film Festival 2011! (all days, premieres, reports, press conferences, interesting video, pictures etc.)

Closing ceremony - Darren Aronofsky and Marco Muller

GOLDEN LION for the Best Film - "FAUST" by Aleksander Sokurov (Russia)

SILVER LION for the Best Director - Shangjun Cai for "REN SHAN REN HAI" ("PEOPLE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE SEA") (China, Hong Kong)

SPECIAL JURY PRIZE - "TERRAFERMA" by Emanuele Crialese (Italy)

COPPA VOLPI for the Best Actor - Michael Fassbender in "SHAME" by Steve McQueen (United Kingdom)

Coppa Volpi for the Best Actress - Deanie Yip in "Tao jie" ("A Simple Life") by Ann Hui (China - Hong Kong)

Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best New Young Actor or Actress - Shôta Sometani and Fumi Nikaido in "Himizu" by Sion Sono (Japan)

Osella for the Best Cinematography - Robbie Ryan for "Wuthering Heights" by Andrea Arnold (United Kingdom)

Osella for Best Screenplay - Yorgos Lanthimos and Efthimis Filippou for "Alpis" ("Alps") by Yorgos Lanthimos (Grecia)

More photos from Venice are at ZIMBIO.

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