Alfonso Cuaron To Head Venice Film Festival Jury

Alfonso Cuaron will head the jury of the 72nd Venice Film Festival, the event where his multiple-Oscar-winning film “Gravity” world premiered in 2013.

Cuaron is indeed a Lido aficionado. His connection to Venice dates back to 2001, when his Mexican coming-of-age comedy “Y tu mama tambien” won a screenplay nod and also took the Marcello Mastroianni acting prize for co-protags Gael Garcia Bernal and Diego Luna.

The director’s sci-fier “Children of Men” also won a prize in Venice, in 2006, for best cinematography, by Emmanuel Lubezki, who also lensed “Gravity.”

Cuaron’s latest work is science-fiction television show “Believe.” Cuaron directed the pilot episode and produced the entire series for Warner Bros. Television and J.J. Abram’s Bad Robot Productions. The show was broadcast by NBC in the U.S.

The Venice Film Festival will run September 2-12.

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