Volpi Cup for Best Actress

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Volpi Cup for Best Actress
Valeria Golino holding her second Volpi Cup in 2015, wearing a dark red dress while holding a golden trophy.
Valeria Golino holding her second Volpi Cup for her performance in Per amor vostro (2015)
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress
CountryItaly
Presented byVenice Film Festival
First awarded1932
Currently held byAriane Ascaride
Gloria Mundi (2019)
Websitelabiennale.org/en/cinema

The Volpi Cup for Best Actress is an award presented by the Venice Film Festival. It is given by the festival jury in honor of an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance from the films in the competition slate. It is named in honor of Count Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata, the founder of the festival.[1] The 1st ceremony was held in 1932, when Helen Hayes received the Best Actress award for the title role in The Sin of Madelon Claudet—this was the only time that the award was chosen by public voting.[2] From 1942 to 1945, the festival was suspended because of World War II. The student strikes in May 1968 opened a period of institutional changes, with no prizes were awarded from 1969 to 1979.[2][3][4]

The official name of the award has changed several times. In 1934, Katharine Hepburn was honored with the Great Gold Medal of the National Fascist Association for Entertainment for the Best Actress for her role in Little Women.[5] It was renamed the Volpi Cup for Best Actress the following year.[4] The awards given from 1947 to 1949 were named the International Award for the Best Actress. The Best Actress Award resumed in 1983, when Darling Légitimus became the first black woman to receive the award for her work Sugar Cane Alley.[6] In 1992, Ingrid Bergman was honored posthumously for her performance in Europe '51, which was denied by the jury in 1952 because her voice was dubbed from Swedish into Italian.[7][8] An additional award for Best Supporting Actress was given from 1993 to 1995.[2] At the age of four, Victoire Thivisol became the youngest recipient for the title role in Ponette in 1996.[3][9]

Since its inception, the award has been given to 67 actresses. Only three of them have won more than once: Shirley MacLaine, Isabelle Huppert and Valeria Golino. Bette Davis is the only actress to win for two different roles in the same year; she won in 1937 for her contribution in Marked Woman and Kid Galahad. In 1988, the award was shared by two actresses in different films: Huppert in Story of Women and MacLaine in Madame Sousatzka. There have been two films, She's Been Away in 1989 and La Cérémonie in 1995, that garnered multiple winners in one year. As of 2019, Ariane Ascaride is the most recent winner in this category for her portrayal of Sylvie in Gloria Mundi.[10]

Winners[edit]

Table key
Indicates co-winners Indicates co-winners
Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner
Year Image Actress Role Film Nationality of actress Ref.
1932[a] Promotional photograph of Helen Hayes looking to the left, wearing a hat and a floral shirt Helen Hayes Madelon Claudet The Sin of Madelon Claudet  United States [11]
1934[b] Promotional photograph of Katharine Hepburn looking to the left Katharine Hepburn Josephine "Jo" March Little Women [12]
1935 Promotional photograph of Paula Wessely standing, wearing a dress, looking to the left Paula Wessely Valerie Gärtner Episode  Austria [13]
1936 Promotional photograph of Annabella looking to the left, wearing a coat Annabella Jeanne de Corlaix Standby Weapons  France [14]
1937 Portrait by George Hurrell of Bette Davis facing to the front, wearing a dress and holding a cigarette Bette Davis Mary Dwight Strauber Marked Woman  United States [15]
Louise "Fluff" Phillips Kid Galahad
1938 Promotional photograph of Norma Shearer smiling and looking to the left Norma Shearer Marie Antoinette Marie Antoinette [16]
1941 Promotional photograph of Luise Ullrich standing with hands on her hip, smiling and looking to the left Luise Ullrich Annelie Dörensen Annelie  Germany [17]
1942 Promotional photograph of Kristina Söderbaum smiling to the front, her hands holding a pen Kristina Söderbaum Anna Jobst The Golden City  Sweden [18]
1947[c] Promotional photograph of Anna Magnani looking to the right Anna Magnani Angelina Bianchi Angelina  Italy [19]
1948[c] Promotional photograph of Jean Simmons looking to the right Jean Simmons Ophelia Hamlet  United Kingdom [20]
1949[c] Promotional photograph of Olivia de Havilland looking to the left Olivia de Havilland Virginia Stuart Cunningham The Snake Pit  United States
 United Kingdom
[21]
1950 Promotional photograph of Eleanor Parker looking to the left Eleanor Parker Marie Allen Caged  United States [22]
1951 Promotional photograph of Vivien Leigh looking upright Vivien Leigh Blanche DuBois A Streetcar Named Desire  United Kingdom [23]
1952 Promotional photograph of Ingrid Bergman for Gaslight. She is looking front, smiling and touching her hair. Ingrid Bergman[d] Irene Girard Europe '51  Sweden [8]
1953 Promotional photograph of Lilli Palmer looking to the left Lilli Palmer Abby Edwards The Four Poster  Germany [24]
1956 Promotional photograph of Maria Schell for The Brothers Karamozovlooking. She is looking upright. Maria Schell Gervaise Macquart Coupeau Gervaise  Austria [25]
1957 Dzidra Ritenberga Malva Malva  Soviet Union [26]
1958 Promotional photograph of Sophia Loren for A Queda do Império Romano. She is looking to the right. Sophia Loren Rose Bianco The Black Orchid  Italy [27]
1959 Promotional photograph of Madeleine Robinson looking to the right Madeleine Robinson Thérèse Marcoux Web of Passion  France [28]
1960 Promotional photograph of Shirley MacLaine for The Apartment. She is looking to the front and wearing a pearl necklace. Shirley MacLaine Fran Kubelik The Apartment  United States [29]
1961 Cropped screenshot of Suzanne Flon in trailer of The Train Suzanne Flon Madame Cordier Thou Shalt Not Kill  France [30]
1962 Promotional photograph of Emmanuelle Riva smiling and looking to the front Emmanuelle Riva Thérèse Desqueyroux Thérèse Desqueyroux [31]
1963 Promotional photograph of Delphine Seyrig for The Garden of Delights. She is looking to the left with curly hair. Delphine Seyrig Hélène Aughain Muriel [32]
1964 Promotional photograph of Harriet Andersson wearing a shirt and looking to the left Harriet Andersson Louise To Love  Sweden [33]
1965 Annie Girardot at the Cesars Award in 2005, wearing a fur coat and looking to the front Annie Girardot Kay Larsi Three Rooms in Manhattan  France [34]
1966 Natalya Arinbasarova at 1966 Venice International Film Festival, wearing a fur coat and looking to the right Natalya Arinbasarova Altynai The First Teacher  Soviet Union [35]
1967 Promotional photograph of Shirley Knight looking to the left with her hand touching her chin Shirley Knight Lula Dutchman  United States [36]
1968 Promotional photograph of Laura Betti for La Dolce Vita. She is looking to the left with her hand holding a cigarette Laura Betti Emilia Teorema  Italy [37]
1983[e] Promotional photograph of Darling Légitimus looking to the right Darling Légitimus M'man-Tine Sugar Cane Alley  France [38]
1984[e] Pascale Ogier at the 1984 Venice International Film Festival, holding an award, looking to the right, wearing a black dress Pascale Ogier Louise Full Moon in Paris [39]
1986[e] Valeria Golino at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival with curly hair, looking to the front, wearing a blue shirt and smiling Valeria Golino Bruna Assecondati A Tale of Love  Italy [40]
1987 Kang Soo-Yeon in 2009 with straighten hair looking to the left and smiling Soo-yeon Kang Ok-nyo The Surrogate Woman  South Korea [41]
1988 Isabelle Huppert at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival looking to the left and smiling Isabelle Huppert Indicates co-winners Marie-Louise Giraud Story of Women  France [42]
Promotional photograph of Shirley MacLaine for The Apartment. She is looking to the front and wearing a pearl necklace. Shirley MacLaine Indicates co-winners Madame Sousatzka Madame Sousatzka  United States
1989 Promotional photograph of Peggy Ashcroft for Rhodes. She is looking to the right and wearing a necklace Peggy Ashcroft Indicates co-winners Lillian Huckle She's Been Away  United Kingdom [43]
Geraldine James Indicates co-winners Harriet Ambrose
1990 Gloria Münchmeyer in 2009 wearing sunglasses looking to the right Gloria Münchmeyer Lucrecia The Moon in the Mirror  Chile [44]
1991 Tilda Swinton at the 2009 Venice Film Festival. She is wearing a white blouse, looking to the front. Tilda Swinton Isabella of France Edward II  United Kingdom [45]
1992 Gong Li at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival. She is wearing a red costume and looking to the left. Gong Li Qiu Ju The Story of Qiu Ju  China [46]
1993[f] Juliette Binoche at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival, wearing a red dress and smiling Juliette Binoche Julie Vignon de Courcy Three Colours: Blue  France [47]
Screenshot of Anna Bonaiuto in First the Music, Then the Words Anna Bonaiuto Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Mother Where Are You? I'm Here  Italy
1994[f] Maria de Medeiros at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival, smiling and looking to the front Maria de Medeiros Maria Three Brothers  Portugal [48]
Vanessa Redgrave in 1972, looking to the right Vanessa Redgrave Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Irina Shapira Little Odessa  United Kingdom
1995[f] Isabelle Huppert at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival looking to the left and smiling Isabelle Huppert Indicates co-winners Jeanne La Cérémonie  France [49]
Sandrine Bonnaire at the 2009 Venice Film Festival, looking to the front and smiling Sandrine Bonnaire Indicates co-winners Sophie
Isabella Ferrari in 2011 with blonde hair, wearing red lipstick Isabella Ferrari Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Andreina Romanzo di un giovane povero  Italy
1996 Victoire Thivisol Ponette Ponette  France [50]
1997 Robin Tunney at a ceremony on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, facing to the right Robin Tunney Marcy Niagara, Niagara  United States [51]
1998 Catherine Deneuve t the 1995 Cannes Film Festival with blonde hair and facing to the left Catherine Deneuve Marianne Malivert Place Vendôme  France [52]
1999 Nathalie Baye at the 2015 César Awards, wearing a black outfit and looking to the left Nathalie Baye Her A Pornographic Affair [53]
2000 Rose Byrne at the premiere of I Give It A Year in 2013, looking to the left Rose Byrne B.G. The Goddess of 1967  Australia [54]
2001 Sandra Ceccarelli Maria Light of My Eyes  Italy [55]
2002 Julianne Moore at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival, looking to the front and smiling Julianne Moore Cathy Whitaker Far from Heaven  United States [56]
2003 Katja Riemann in 2019 wearing a white blouse, looking to the front and smiling Katja Riemann Lena Fischer Rosenstrasse  Germany [57]
2004 Imelda Staunton in 2011 wearing a black costume and signing Imelda Staunton Vera Rose Drake Vera Drake  United Kingdom [58]
2005 Giovanna Mezzogiorno at 2009 Venice Film Festival, wearing a dark blue dress and smiling Giovanna Mezzogiorno Sabina The Beast in the Heart  Italy [59]
2006 Helen Mirren at the Orange British Academy Film Awards in 2007, facing to the right, waring a pearl necklace and smiling Helen Mirren Queen Elizabeth II The Queen  United Kingdom [60]
2007 Cate Blanchett at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival facing to the right and smiling Cate Blanchett Jude Quinn I'm Not There  Australia [61]
2008 Dominique Blanc at the 2017 Deauville American Film Festival facing to the front, wearing a dark blue coat and smiling Dominique Blanc Anne-Marie The Other One  France [62]
2009 Ksenia Rappoport at the 2009 Venice Film Festival with curly hair facing to the front, wearing a dark blue dress Kseniya Rappoport Sonia The Double Hour  Russia [63]
2010 Ariane Labed at the 2015 César Awards facing to the front, wearing a dark blue dress Ariane Labed Marina Attenberg  France [64]
2011 Deanie Ip in 2016 looking to the left, wearing a white blouse Deanie Ip Sister Peach A Simple Life  Hong Kong [65]
2012 Screenshot of Hadas Yaron in Fill the Void Hadas Yaron Shira Mendelman Fill the Void  Israel [66]
2013 Elena Cotta wearing floral shirt and looking to the front Elena Cotta Samira Calafiore A Street in Palermo  Italy [67]
2014 Alba Rohrwacher at the 2013 European Shooting Stars Award with blonde hair looking to the left Alba Rohrwacher Mina Hungry Hearts [68]
2015 Valeria Golino at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival with curly hair, looking to the front, wearing a blue shirt and smiling Valeria Golino Anna Per amor vostro [69]
2016 Emma Stone speaking at the 2012 Wondercon Emma Stone Mia Dolan La La Land  United States [70]
2017 Charlotte Rampling at the 2016 César Awards Charlotte Rampling Hannah Hannah  United Kingdom [71]
2018 Olivia Colman at the 2014 BIFA Awards Olivia Colman Queen Anne The Favourite [72]
2019 Ariane Ascaride at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival Ariane Ascaride Sylvie Gloria Mundi  France [73]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The award was named Best Actress.
  2. ^ The award was named the Great Gold Medal of the National Fascist Association for Entertainment for the Best Actress.[5]
  3. ^ a b c From 1947 to 1949, the award was named International Award for the Best Actress.
  4. ^ Bergman's performance was denied by the jury because her voice was dubbed from Swedish into Italian. She was honored posthumously in 1992.
  5. ^ a b c From 1983 to 1987, the award was named Best Actress Award.
  6. ^ a b c From 1993 to 1995, the festival awarded a Best Supporting Actress prize.

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