ⓘ 10th Venice International Film Festival (1942)


ⓘ 10th Venice International Film Festival (1942)

The "10th" annual Venice International Film Festival was held from 30 August to 5 September 1942. Together with the 1940 and 1941 it is considered void- as if they did not happen. The events were hosted at places far away from the Lido and very few countries participated due to World War II and directors that were members of the Rome-Berlin axis. Additionally, a strong fascist political meddling from the Italian fascist government under Benito Mussolini had led to Italy experiencing a period of cultural depression oppressed by fascist propaganda. It is the last edition before the suspension for the Second World War.


1. Jury

  • Stavtscho Danailov
  • Wolfgang Fischer
  • Karl Melzer
  • Marijan Micac
  • Stefan Ravasz
  • Aladar Haasz
  • Augusto Fantechi
  • Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata Head of Jury
  • Carl Vincent
  • Joaquin Argamasilla
  • Yrio Erik Ranniko
  • Ferdinand Imhof
  • Mario Gromo
  • Mihai Puscariu
  • Antonio Maraini
  • Ottavio Croze
  • Manuel Lopez Ribeiro

2. Awards

  • Mussolini Cup
  • Best Foreign Film - Der groSe Konig Veit Harlan
  • Best Italian Film - Bengasi Augusto Genina
  • Best Actress - Kristina Soderbaum Die goldene Stadt
  • Best Actor - Fosco Giachetti Bengasi
  • Volpi Cup
  • Color - Die goldene Stadt Veit Harlan
  • International Film Chamber Award
  • Technical - Alfa Tau! Francesco De Robertis
  • Die Deutsche Wochenschau
  • Current Affairs
  • Animation Design
  • Nel paese dei ranocchi Antonio Rubino
  • Anacleto e la faina Roberto Sgrilli
  • Ala-Arriba! Jose Leitão de Barros
  • Biennale Award
  • Noi vivi, Addio Kira! Goffredo Alessandrini
  • Vienna Blood Willi Forst
  • Odessa in Flames Carmine Gallone
  • Der groSe Schatten Paul Verhoeven
  • Goyescas Benito Perojo
  • People of the Mountains Istvan Szots
  • Yli rajan Wilho Ilmari
  • Snapphanar Åke Ohberg
  • Biennale Medal
  • The Cursed Village Florian Rey
  • Negyediziglen Zoltan Farkas
  • Rocciatori ed aquile Arturo Gemmiti
  • Le drapeau de lhumanite Kurt Fruh
  • Musica nel tempo Edmondo Cancellieri
  • Der Seeadler Walter Hege and V. Loewenstein
  • A kis kakuk Bela Molnar
  • Comacchio Fernando Cerchio
  • I funerali Istvan Horty
  • Biennale Medal for documentary
  • Erde auf Gewaltmarschen Victor Borel
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