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 for (“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 Repubblic, Mexico, Germany)

VENICE SHORT NOMINEE FOR THE EUROPEAN FILM AWARDS

“The External World,”David Oreilly (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

A tie between:

“Avatar,”James Cameron (U.S.)

“How To Train Your Dragon,”Chris Sanders and Dean Deblois (U.S,)

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