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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Silver Lion
Leone d'argento  (Italian)
LocationVenice
CountryItaly
Presented byVenice Film Festival
First awarded1953
Websitelabiennale.org/en/cinema

The Silver Lion (Italian: Leone d'argento) refers to a number of awards presented at the Venice Film Festival over the years. The prize has been awarded irregularly and has gone through several changes of purpose. Between 1953 and 1994, the award was given infrequently to a number of films as second prize for those nominated for the Golden Lion. At various times, the Silver Lion has also been awarded for debut films, short films, and direction.

Since 1998, the Silver Lion for Best Direction has been an annual award presented for best directing achievements in a feature film at official competition section.

Silver Lion for Best Direction (1990–present)

Table key
# Indicates Ex-aequo winners
Year Director(s) Film Original title
1990s
1990
(47th)
United States Martin Scorsese Goodfellas
1998
(55th)
Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Emir Kusturica Black Cat, White Cat Црна мачка, бели мачор
1999
(56th)
China Zhang Yuan Seventeen Years 過年回家
2000s
2000
(57th)
India Buddhadeb Dasgupta Uttara উত্তরা
2001
(58th)
Iran Babak Payami Secret Ballot رأی مخفی
2002
(59th)
South Korea Lee Chang-dong Oasis 오아시스
2003
(60th)
Japan Takeshi Kitano Zatōichi 座頭市
2004
(61st)
South Korea Kim Ki-duk 3-Iron 빈집
2005
(62nd)
France Philippe Garrel Regular Lovers Les Amants réguliers
2006
(63rd)
France Alain Resnais Private Fears in Public Places Cœurs
2007
(64th)
United States Brian De Palma Redacted
2008
(65th)
Russia Aleksei Alekseivich German Paper Soldier Бумажный солдат
2009
(66th)
Iran Shirin Neshat Women Without Men Zanan-e bedun-e mardan
2010s
2010
(67th)
Spain Álex de la Iglesia The Last Circus Balada triste de trompeta
2011
(68th)
China Cai Shangjun People Mountain People Sea 人山人海
2012
(69th)
United States Paul Thomas Anderson The Master
2013
(70th)
Greece Alexandros Avranas Miss Violence
2014
(71st)
Russia Andrei Konchalovsky The Postman's White Nights Белые ночи почтальона Алексея Тряпицына
2015
(72nd)
Argentina Pablo Trapero The Clan El Clan
2016
(73rd)
Mexico Amat Escalante # The Untamed La región salvaje
Russia Andrei Konchalovsky # Paradise Рай
2017
(74th)
France Xavier Legrand Custody Jusqu'à la garde
2018
(75th)
France Jacques Audiard The Sisters Brothers
2019
(76th)
Sweden Roy Andersson About Endlessness Om det oändliga
2020s
2020
(77th)
Japan Kiyoshi Kurosawa Wife of a Spy スパイの妻

Multiple winners

Defunct awards

Silver Lion Prize (1953–1994)

From 1953 to 1957, the Silver Lion was awarded to a number of films nominated for the Golden Lion as a second prize. Since 1988, the Silver Lion has been given to one or more films nominated for the Golden Lion.

Silver Lion for Best First Work(1981–1982)

Silver Lion for Best First Film (1983–1987)

Silver Lion for Best Screenplay (1990)

  • 1990 – Sirup by Helle Ryslinge

Silver Lion for Best Short Film (1996–2007)

  • 1996 – O Tamaiti by Sima Urale
  • 1999 – Portrait of a Young Man Drowning by Teboho Mahlatsi
  • 2000 – A Telephone Call for Genevieve Snow by Peter Long
  • 2001 – Freunde by Jan Krüger
  • 2002 – Clown by Irina Evteeva
  • 2003 – Neft by Murad Ibragimbekov
  • 2004 – Signe d'appartenance by Kamel Cherif
  • 2005 – Xiaozhan by Chien-ping Lin
  • 2006 – Comment on freine dans une descente? by Alix Delaporte
  • 2007 – Dog Altogether by Paddy Considine

Silver Lion for Revelation (2006)

References

  1. ^ "Venice Film Festival 1982 (Competition) – 39ª Mostra internazionale d'arte cinematografica di Venezia". letterboxd.com. Retrieved 29 March 2018.

External links

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