76th Venice International Film Festival

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76th Venice International Film Festival
76th Venice Film Festival poster.jpeg
Official festival poster by Lorenzo Mattotti.
Opening film The Truth
Closing film The Burnt Orange Heresy
Location Venice, Italy
Founded1932
Awards Golden Lion: Joker
Hosted by Alessandra Mastronardi [1]
Festival date28 August – 7 September 2019
Website labiennale.org/en/cinema
Venice Film Festival chronology

The 76th annual Venice International Film Festival was held from 28 August to 7 September 2019. [2] Film director Lucrecia Martel was appointed as the President of the Jury. [3] The Truth , directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, was selected to open the festival. [4] The Golden Lion was awarded to Joker , directed by Todd Phillips. [5]

Contents

Jury

Main Competition (Venezia 76) [6]

Horizons [6]

Luigi De Laurentiis Award for a Debut Film [6]

Venice Virtual Reality [6]

Venice Classics [6]

Official selection

In Competition

The following films were selected for the main international competition: [4] [7] [8]

English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
About Endlessness Om det oändliga Roy Andersson Sweden, Germany, Norway
Ad Astra James Gray United States
Babyteeth Shannon MurphyAustralia
The Domain A Herdade Tiago Guedes Portugal, France
Ema Pablo Larraín Chile
Gloria Mundi Robert Guédiguian France
Guest of Honour Atom Egoyan Canada
Joker Todd Phillips United States
The Laundromat Steven Soderbergh United States
The Mafia Is No Longer What It Used to Be La mafia non è più quella di una volta Franco Maresco Italy
Marriage Story Noah Baumbach United States, United Kingdom
Martin Eden Pietro Marcello Italy, France
The Mayor of Rione Sanità Il sindaco del Rione Sanità Mario Martone Italy
No.7 Cherry Lane Jì yuán tái qī hào (繼園臺七號) Yonfan Hong Kong, China
An Officer and a Spy J'accuse Roman Polanski France
The Painted Bird Nabarvené ptáče Václav Marhoul Czechia, Slovakia, Ukraine
The Perfect Candidate Haifaa al-Mansour Saudi Arabia, Germany
Saturday Fiction Lán xīn dà jùyuàn (兰心大剧院) Lou Ye China
The Truth La vérité Hirokazu Kore-eda Japan, France
Waiting for the Barbarians Ciro Guerra Italy, United States
Wasp Network Olivier Assayas France, Brazil
Highlighted title indicates Golden Lion winner.

Out of competition

The following films were selected to be screened out of competition: [9] [7] [10]

Fiction
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
Adults in the Room Costa-Gavras France, Greece
The Burnt Orange Heresy Giuseppe Capotondi United Kingdom, Italy
The King David Michôd United Kingdom, Hungary
Mosul Matthew Michael Carnahan United States
Seberg Benedict Andrews United States, United Kingdom
To Live Vivere Francesca Archibugi Italy
Tutto il mio folle amore Gabriele Salvatores Italy
Non-Fiction
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
45 Seconds of Laughter Tim Robbins United States
Citizen K Alex Gibney United Kingdom, United States
Citizen RosiDidi Gnocchi, Carolina RosiItaly
Collective ColectivAlexander NanauRomania, Luxemburg
I diari di Angela - Noi due cineasti. Capitolo secondoYervant Gianikian, Angela Ricci LucchiItaly
The Kingmaker Lauren Greenfield United States
Il pianeta in mare Andrea Segre Italy
Roger Waters: Us + Them Roger Waters United Kingdom
State Funeral Sergei Loznitsa Netherlands, Lithuania
Woman Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Anastasia MikovaFrance
Special screenings
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
Electric SwanKonstantina KotzamaniFrance, Greece, Argentina
Eyes Wide Shut Stanley Kubrick United Kingdom, United States
Irréversible - Inversion intégrale Gaspar Noé France
Never Just a Dream: Stanley Kubrick and Eyes Wide ShutMatt WellsUnited Kingdom
The New Pope (episodes 2 and 7) Paolo Sorrentino Italy, France, Spain
No One Left Behind Guillermo Arriaga Mexico
ZeroZeroZero (episodes 1 and 2) Stefano Sollima Italy

Horizons

The following films were selected for the Horizons (Italian : Orizzonti) section: [7] [11]

Horizons Competition
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
A Son Bik eneich - Un filsMehdi M. BarsaouiTunisia, France, Lebanon, Qatar
Atlantis Valentyn VasyanovychUkraine
Balloon Qìqiú (气球) Pema Tseden China
White on White Blanco en blancoThéo CourtSpain, Chile, France, Germany
The Criminal ManBorotmokmedi (ბოროტმოქმედი)Dmitry MamuliyaGeorgia, Russia
Giants Being LonelyGrear PattersonUnited States
Hava, Maryam, Ayesha Sahraa Karimi Afghanistan
Just 6.5 Metri shisho nim (متری شش و نیم) Saeed Roustayi Iran
Madre Rodrigo Sorogoyen Spain, France
My Days of GloryMes jours de gloireAntoine de BaryFrance
Moffie Oliver Hermanus South Africa
NeviaNunzia De StefanoItaly
Pelican Blood Pelikanblut Katrin Gebbe Germany, Bulgaria
RevenirJessica PaludFrance
RialtoPeter Mackie BurnsIreland
Shadow of Water Chola (ചോല) Sanal Kumar Sasidharan India
SoleCarlo SironiItaly
Verdict Raymund Ribay GutierrezPhilippines
ZumirikiÓskar AlegríaSpain
Short films – In competition
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
After Two Hours, Ten Minutes Had PassedNach zwei Stunden waren zehn Minuten vergangenSteffen GoldkampGermany
Austral FeverFiebre australThomas WoodroffeChile
Darling Saim Sadiq Pakistan, United States
Delphine Chloé Robichaud Canada
The DiverJamie Helmer, Michael LeonardFrance, Australia
Dogs Barking at BirdsCães que ladram aos pássaros Leonor Teles Portugal
Give Up the Ghost Zain Duraie Jordan, Sweden
Kingdom ComeSean Robert DunnUnited Kingdom
SandMorae Kim Kyung-rae South Korea
Sh_t HappensDavid Štumpf, Michaela MihályiCzech Republic, Slovakia
Superheroes Without SuperpowersSupereroi senza superpoteriBeatrice BaldacciItaly
The Tears ThingLe coup des larmes Clémence Poésy France
RoqaiaDiana Saqeb JamalAfghanistan, Bangladesh
Short films – Out of competition
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
Condor One Kevin Jerome Everson United States
GUO4 Peter Strickland Hungary
Highlighted titles indicate Horizons Prizes for Best Feature Film and Best Short Film respectively.

Venice Classics

The following films were selected to be screened in the Venice Classics section: [12] [13] [14]

Restored classic films
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
Crash (1996) David Cronenberg Canada
The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz (1955)Ensayo de un crimen Luis Buñuel Mexico
Death of a Bureaucrat (1966)La muerte de un burócrata Tomás Gutiérrez Alea Cuba
Ecstasy (1933)Extase Gustav Machatý Czechoslovakia
Francisca (1981) Manoel de Oliveira Portugal
The Grim Reaper (1962)La commare secca Bernardo Bertolucci Italy
The House Is Black (1962)خانه سیاه است / Khaneh siah ast Forough Farrokhzad Iran
The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) Jack Arnold United States
Maria Zef (1981) Vittorio Cottafavi Italy
Mauri (1988) Merata Mita New Zealand
New York, New York (1977) Martin Scorsese United States
Out of the Blue (1980) Dennis Hopper Canada, United States
The Red Snowball Tree (1973)Калина красная / Kalina krasnaya Vasily Shukshin Soviet Union
Sodrásban (1964) István Gaál Hungary
The Spider's Stratagem (1970)Strategia del ragno Bernardo Bertolucci Italy
The Hills of Marlik (1964)تپه‌های مارلیک / Tappe-haye Marlik Ebrahim Golestan Iran
Tiro al piccione (1961) Giuliano Montaldo Italy
Tomorrow Is My Turn (1960)Le Passage du Rhin André Cayatte France, West Germany, Italy
Way of a Gaucho (1952) Jacques Tourneur United States
The White Sheik (1952)Lo sceicco bianco Federico Fellini Italy
Documentaries on cinema
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
800 Mal Einsam - Ein Tag mit dem Filmemacher Edgar Reitz (2019) Anna Hepp Germany
Andrey Tarkovsky: A Cinema PrayerAndrey Tarkovsky Jr.Russia
Babenco - Alguém tem que ouvir o coração e dizer: parou Bárbara Paz Brazil
Boia, maschere e segreti: L'horror italiano degli anni sessantaSteve Dalla CasaItaly
Fellini fine maiEugenio CappuccioItaly
Fulci for FakeSimone ScafidiItaly
Life As a B-movie: Piero VivarelliFabrizio Laurenti, Niccolò VivarelliItaly
Leap of Faith: William Friedkin on The Exorcist Alexandre O. Philippe United States
Se c'è un aldilà sono fottuto: Vita e cinema di Claudio CaligariSimone Isola, Fausto TrombettaItaly
Highlighted titles indicate the Best Restored Film and Best Documentary on Cinema official awards respectively.

Sconfini

The following films were selected for the Sconfini section: [15] [16]

English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
American Skin Nate Parker United States
Beyond the Beach: The Hell and the HopeGraeme A. Scott, Buddy SquiresUnited Kingdom
Chiara Ferragni – UnpostedElisa AmorusoItaly
Effetto dominoAlessandro RossettoItaly
Once More Unto the BeachIl varcoFederico Ferrone, Michele ManzoliniItaly
The ScarecrowsLes épouvantails Nouri Bouzid Tunisia, Morocco, Luxembourg

Autonomous sections

International Critics' Week

The following films were selected for the 34th Venice International Critics' Week (Italian : Settimana Internazionale della Critica): [17]

In competition
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
All This VictoryJeedar el sotAhmad GhosseinLebanon, France, Qatar
ParthenonPartenonasMantas KvedaravičiusLithuania, Ukraine, France
The PrinceEl príncipeSebastian MuñozChile, Argentina, Belgium
PsychosiaPsykosiaMarie GrahtøDenmark, Finland
Rare Beasts Billie Piper United Kingdom
Scales Sayidat al BahrShahad AmeenUnited Arab Emirates, Iraq, Saudi Arabia
Tony DriverAscanio PetriniItaly, Mexico
Special events – Out of competition
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
Bombay Rose (opening film) Gitanjali Rao India, United Kingdom, France
Sanctorum(closing film)Joshua GilMexico, Dominican Republic, Qatar

Giornate degli Autori

The following films were selected for the 16th edition of the Giornate degli Autori section: [18]

Official selection
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
5 is the Perfect Number 5 è il numero perfetto Igort Italy, Belgium, France
Arab Blues Un divan à TunisManele Labidi LabbéTunisia, France
Beware of Children Barn Dag Johan Haugerud Norway, Sweden
A Bigger WorldUn monde plus grand Fabienne Berthaud France, Belgium
Corpus Christi Boże Ciało Jan Komasa Poland, France
La Llorona Jayro Bustamante Guatemala, France
Lingua Franca (opening film) Isabel Sandoval United States, Philippines
The Long Walk Bor Mi Vanh Chark (ບໍ່ມີວັນຈາກ) Mattie Do Laos
Only the AnimalsSeules les bêtes Dominik Moll France, Germany
You Will Die at Twenty Amjad Abu AlalaSudan, France, Egypt, Germany, Norway
They Say Nothing Stays the SameAru sendo no hanashi (ある 船頭 の 話) Joe Odagiri Japan
Out of competition
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
Time of the Untamed(closing film)Les chevaux voyageurs Bartabas France
Special events
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
Burning Cane Phillip Youmans United States
House of Cardin P. David Ebersole, Todd Hughes United States
Mondo SexyMario SestiItaly
My Brother Chases DinosaursMio fratello rincorre i dinosauriStefano CipaniItaly, Spain
Il prigionieroFederico OlivettiItaly
Scherza con i fanti Gianfranco Pannone Italy
Miu Miu Women's Tales
English titleOriginal titleDirector(s)Production country
#17 Shako Mako Hailey Gates Italy, United States
#18 Brigitte Lynne Ramsay Italy, United Kingdom

Awards

Official selection

The following official awards were presented at the 76th edition: [19]

In Competition

Horizons (Orizzonti)

Lion of the Future

Venezia Classici Awards

Special Awards

Autonomous sections

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

Giornate degli Autori

Autonomous awards

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