Thursday, July 18

Golden Lion – Best Film

1979 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1979 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1979 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerWomanlightCosta-GavrasReciprocal consolation. The background of two middle-aged people (Michel and Lydia) is gradually unfolded. Michel's wife is incurably ill. They had agreed that she would take her life on ...Amazon
1968 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1968 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1968 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerThe Artist in the Circus Dome: CluelessAlexander Kluge"Neues Kino movie" about life in the circus dome narrated in Brechtian spirit; deceptively illusionist grip is broken violently by aloofness and sweeping subjective tracking shots.Amazon1968 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film NomineesBallad for a DogGérard VergezAmazonDespués del diluvioJacinto EstevaAmazonDiary of a Schizophrenic GirlNelo RisiAmazonFacesJohn CassavetesAmazonFire!Gian Vittorio BaldiAmazonGalileoLiliana CavaniAmazonKierionDimos TheosAmazonL'enfance nueMaurice PialatAmazonLe SocrateRobert LapoujadeAmazonMe and My BrotherRobert FrankAmazonMonterey PopD.A. PennebakerAmazonNoonMladomir 'Purisa' DjordjevicAmazonOur Lady of the TurksCarmelo BeneAmazonPartner...
1967 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1967 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1967 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerBelle de jourLuis BuñuelA frigid young housewife decides to spend her midweek afternoons as a prostitute.Amazon1967 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film NomineesChina Is NearMarco BellocchioAmazonDesert PeopleIan DunlopAmazonDetourGrisha OstrovskiAmazonDutchmanAnthony HarveyAmazonI Am What I AmTinto BrassAmazonI sovversiviPaolo TavianiAmazonIl padre di famigliaNanni LoyAmazonLa chinoiseJean-Luc GodardAmazonLate SeasonZoltán FábriAmazonOedipus RexPier Paolo PasoliniAmazonOur Mother's HouseJack ClaytonAmazonTable for LoveEdgar ReitzAmazonThanos and DespinaNikos PapatakisAmazonThe MorningMladomir 'Purisa' DjordjevicAmazonThe Nun's NightKarel KachynaAmazonThe StrangerLuchino ViscontiAmazonThree Nights of LoveGyörgy RévészAmazo...
1966 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1966 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1966 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerThe Battle of AlgiersGillo PontecorvoIn the 1950s, fear and violence escalate as the people of Algiers fight for independence from the French government.Amazon1966 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film NomineesAtithiTapan SinhaAmazonAu hasard BalthazarRobert BressonAmazonChappaquaConrad RooksAmazonComédieSamuel BeckettAmazonFahrenheit 451François TruffautAmazonNight GamesMai ZetterlingAmazonThe CreaturesAgnès VardaAmazonThe First TeacherAndrey KonchalovskiyAmazonThe Game Is OverRoger VadimAmazonThe SearchAngelino FonsAmazonThe Wild AngelsRoger CormanAmazonUn uomo a metàVittorio De SetaAmazonYesterday GirlAlexander KlugeAmazon
1965 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1965 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1965 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerSandraLuchino ViscontiSandra returns to her childhood village to take care of family business, but her childhood memories and secrets soon overcome her.Amazon1965 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film NomineesFaithfulnessPyotr TodorovskiyAmazonGood Times, Wonderful TimesLionel RogosinAmazonI Am TwentyMarlen KhutsievAmazonJuliet of the SpiritsFederico FelliniAmazonLoves of a BlondeMilos FormanAmazonMickey OneArthur PennAmazonPierrot le FouJean-Luc GodardAmazonRed BeardAkira KurosawaAmazonSimon of the DesertLuis BuñuelAmazonThe CowardSatyajit RayAmazonThree Rooms in ManhattanMarcel CarnéAmazon
1964 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1964 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1964 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerRed DesertMichelangelo AntonioniIn an industrial area, Giuliana, an unstable woman, attempts to cope with life by starting an affair with a co-worker at the plant her husband manages.Amazon1964 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film NomineesGirl with Green EyesDesmond DavisAmazonHamletGrigoriy KozintsevAmazonKing & CountryJoseph LoseyAmazonLife Upside DownAlain JessuaAmazonNothing But a ManMichael RoemerAmazonThe Gospel According to St. MatthewPier Paolo PasoliniAmazonThe Peach ThiefVulo RadevAmazonThis Special FriendshipJean DelannoyAmazonTo LoveJörn DonnerAmazonTonio KrögerRolf ThieleAmazonUne Femme MariéeJean-Luc GodardAmazon
1989 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1989 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1989 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerA City of SadnessHsiao-Hsien HouA beautiful, historical film based upon the complex lives of four brothers.Amazon1989 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film NomineesAnd Then There Was LightOtar IosselianiAmazonAustraliaJean-Jacques AndrienAmazonBerlin-JerusalemAmos GitaiAmazonBlauäugigReinhard HauffAmazonChristianGabriel AxelAmazonDeath of a Tea MasterKei KumaiAmazonEk Din AchanakMrinal SenAmazonFallgropenVilgot SjömanAmazonI Want to Go HomeAlain ResnaisAmazonIslandPaul CoxAmazonLayla, Ma RaisonTaieb LouhichiAmazonLove Me Not?Giorgos PanousopoulosAmazonMuzh i doch' Tamary AleksandrovnyOlga NarutskayaAmazonNew Year's DayHenry JaglomAmazonRecollections of the Yellow HouseJoão César MonteiroAmazonScreen OnePeter HallAmazonScugn...
1962 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1962 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1962 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerFamily PortraitValerio Zurlini1945. Enrico Corsi, in Rome, reflects on his relationship with his eight year younger brother, Lorenzo Corsi, following Lorenzo's recent passing from a long and debilitating illness at age ...AmazonIvan's ChildhoodAndrei TarkovskyIn WW2, twelve year old Soviet orphan Ivan Bondarev works for the Soviet army as a scout behind the German lines and strikes a friendship with three sympathetic Soviet officers.Amazon1962 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film NomineesBirdman of AlcatrazJohn FrankenheimerAmazonEvaJoseph LoseyAmazonFour Women for One HeroLeopoldo Torre NilssonAmazonLolitaStanley KubrickAmazonLove, Thy Name Be SorrowTomu UchidaAmazonMamma RomaPier Paolo PasoliniAmazonMen and BeastsSergey ...
1961 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1961 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1961 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerLast Year at MarienbadAlain ResnaisIn a strange and isolated chateau, a man becomes acquainted with a woman and insists that they have met before.Amazon1961 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film NomineesBandits of OrgosoloVittorio De SetaAmazonBridge to the SunEtienne PérierAmazonMir vkhodyashchemuAleksandr AlovAmazonSamsonAndrzej WajdaAmazonSummer and SmokePeter GlenvilleAmazonThe BrigandRenato CastellaniAmazonThe Day the Tree BloomsVáclav KrskaAmazonThe Girl with the Golden EyesJean-Gabriel AlbicoccoAmazonThe Last JudgmentVittorio De SicaAmazonThou Shalt Not KillClaude Autant-LaraAmazonVanina VaniniRoberto RosselliniAmazonVictimBasil DeardenAmazonYojimboAkira KurosawaAmazon
1960 Awards, All Movie Awards, Film Awards, Film Awards By Year, Golden Lion - Best Film, Venice Film Festival

1960 Venice Film Festival – Golden Lion – Best Film Winner and Nominees

1960 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film WinnerTomorrow Is My TurnAndré CayatteFollowing the defeat of France by Germany during WWII, two French soldiers are taken to a German farm as forced laborers. In the ensuing years they become deeply involved in the lives of ...Amazon1960 Venice Film Festival - Golden Lion - Best Film NomineesAtomic War BrideVeljko BulajicAmazonBaltiyskoe nebo - 1 seriyaVladimir VengerovAmazonBlack CrossAleksander FordAmazonBrainwashedGerd OswaldAmazonHungry for LoveAntonio PietrangeliAmazonIt Happened in '43Florestano VanciniAmazonRocco and His BrothersLuchino ViscontiAmazonSilver Spoon SetFrancesco MaselliAmazonStowaway in the SkyAlbert LamorisseAmazonThe ApartmentBilly WilderAmazonThe Human Condition I: No Greater LoveMasaki KobayashiAmazonThe White Do...