‘All Beauty and Bloodshed’ Wins Golden Lion at 79th Venice Film Festival

‘All Beauty and Bloodshed’ Wins Golden Lion at 79th Venice Film Festival
‘All Beauty and Bloodshed’ Wins Golden Lion at 79th Venice Film Festival

The movie “All Beauty and Bloodshed” on Laura Poitrusabout the opioid crisis in the United States, won the Golden Lion award for best film at the 79th Venice Film Festival, the Associated Press and AFP reported.

The 58-year-old documentarian from Boston won her second major award after winning the Oscar for best documentary in 2015.

The Grand Prize of the Jury and “Lion of the Future” for the best first work went to the film “St. Omer” of the French woman Alice Diop. “Silver Lion” for the best director was awarded to the Italian Luca Guadagnino about the movie “Wholly and completely”.


Cate Blanchett was awarded Best Actress for her performance in Todd Field’s Tar. The Irishman Colin Farrell won Best Actor for Martin McDonough’s The Banshees of Inishreen.

Marcello Mastroianni Award for New Actor or Actress won Taylor Russellalso for a role in Completely and Completely.

The Special Jury Award was given to “Bears don’t exist” by Iranian director Jafar Panahi.

The award for best screenplay went to “Banshees of Inishreen”.

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