57th Venice International Film Festival

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57th Venice International Film Festival
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Location Venice, Italy
Founded1932
Festival date30 August – 9 September 2000
Website Website
Venice Film Festival chronology

The 57th annual Venice International Film Festival was held between 30 August to 9 September 2000. The Golden Lion was awarded to Dayereh directed by Jafar Panahi. [1] [2]

Contents

Jury

The following people comprised the 2000 jury: [3]

Official selection

In competition

English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
Before Night Falls Julian Schnabel United States
The Circle Dayereh Jafar Panahi Iran, Italy, Switzerland
Comedy of Innocence Comédie de l'innocence Raoul Ruiz France
Denti (en. "Teeth") Gabriele Salvatores Italy
Dr. T & the Women Robert Altman United States, Germany
Durian Durian Liulian piao piao Fruit Chan Hong Kong
O Fantasma (eng.: "The Phantom", "The Ghost") João Pedro Rodrigues Portugal
Freedom Laisvė Sharunas Bartas Lithuania, France, Portugal
The Goddess of 1967 Clara Law Australia
Holy Tongue La lingua del santo Carlo Mazzacurati Italy
The Isle Seom Ki-duk Kim South Korea
Johnny the Partisan Il partigiano Johnny Guido Chiesa Italy
Liam Stephen Frears USA, UK, Germany, Italy, France
The Man Who Cried Sally Potter United Kingdom, France
One Hundred Steps I cento passi Marco Tullio Giordana Italy
Our Lady of the Assassins La virgen de los sicarios Barbet Schroeder Colombia, Spain, France
Platform Zhantai Jia Zhangke China
To Matthieu Selon Matthieu Xavier Beauvois France
Uttara (en. "The Wrestlers") Buddhadev Dasgupta India
Word and Utopia Palavra e Utopia Manoel de Oliveira Portugal

Autonomous sections

Venice International Film Critics' Week

The following feature films were selected to be screened as In Competition for this section: [4]

Awards

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