10th Venice International Film Festival

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10th Venice International Film Festival
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Festial poster
Location Venice, Italy
Founded 1932
Festival date 11 August – 1 September 1949
http://www.labiennale.org/en/cinema/

The 10th Venice International Film Festival [1] was held from 11 August to 1 September 1949. The Venice Film Festival came back permanently to the Palazzo del Cinema on the Lido di Venezia. The award for the Best film is called "The Lion of St. Marcus" (instead of Great International Prize of Venice) will maintain this name until 1953, when it becomes permanently Golden Lion.[2]

Jury[edit]

In Competition[edit]

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
To the Eyes of Memory Aux yeux du souvenir Jean Delannoy  France
Champion Champion Mark Robson  United States
Manon Henri-Georges Clouzot  France
The Berliner Berliner Ballade Robert A. Stemmle  Germany
Heaven Over the Marshes Cielo sulla palude Augusto Genina  Italy
Eva Eva Gustaf Molander  Sweden
Johnny Belinda Johnny Belinda Jean Negulesco  United States

Awards[edit]

Award Winner Director
Golden Lion Manon Henri-Georges Clouzot[4]
Best Italian Film Cielo sulla palude Augusto Genina
Best Film Berliner Ballade Robert A. Stemmle
Best Film The Snake Pit Anatole Litvak
Best Film The Quiet One Sidney Meyers
Best Director Cielo sulla palude Augusto Genina
Best Original Screenplay Jour de fête Jacques Tati
Volpi Cup (Best Actor) Joseph Cotten William Dieterle
Volpi Cup (Best Actress) Olivia de Havilland Anatole Litvak
OICI Award Cielo sulla palude Augusto Genina

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Venice Film Festival". IMDb. Retrieved 21 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "The 1940′s". Retrieved October 8, 2013. 
  3. ^ "Juries for the 1940′s". Retrieved October 8, 2013. 
  4. ^ "Venice Film Festival: 10th". BFI website. Retrieved 20 March 2013. 

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