ⓘ 33rd Venice International Film Festival

33rd Venice International Film Festival

ⓘ 33rd Venice International Film Festival

The 33rd annual Venice International Film Festival was held from 21 August to 3 September 1972. There was no jury because from 1969 to 1979 the festival was not competitive.


1. Films premiered

  • My Childhood by Bill Douglas UK
  • The Cruel Sea by Khalid Al Siddiq Kuwait
  • Seemabaddha by Satyajit Ray India
  • A Clockwork Orange by Stanley Kubrick USA
  • Les deux saisons de la vie by Samy Pavel Belgium

2. Awards

  • Venezia Giovani Award
  • Best First Film - Les deux saisons de la vie Samy Pavel
  • Silver Lion
  • Best First Film - My Childhood by Bill Douglas
  • Career Golden Lion
  • Charlie Chaplin, Anatoli Golovnya and Billy Wilder.
  • Seemabaddha Satyajit Ray
  • The Cruel Sea Khalid Al Siddiq
  • FIPRESCI Prize
  • Pasinetti Award
  • Best Foreign Film - A Clockwork Orange Stanley Kubrick
  • 2012 which premiered at the 69th Venice International Film Festival His films have amassed over 70 international awards. 1978: Writes, directs and produces
  • Machan premiered at the 65th Venice Film Festival in 2008. It won 11 international awards. That year Vithanage s sixth feature film as director, Akasa Kusum
  • Foreign Film as well as the Palme d Or at the Cannes Film Festival and a Golden Lion award for lifetime achievement at the Venice Film Festival The French
  • and Messidor. Dans la ville blanche was entered into the 33rd Berlin International Film Festival Paul s en va 2004 Fleurs de sang 2002 Jonas et Lila
  • The film has been across many film festivals including the Venice Film Festival The Toronto International Film Festival the Busan International Film Festival
  • Forgacs has received several international festival awards in Budapest, Lisbon, Marseilles, San Francisco International Film Festival the Documentary Golden
  • entry film    a Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival entry film Color key    a QCinema International Film Festival entry film   
  • Xu Qing, Li Yifeng and Kris Wu. The film closed the 72nd Venice International Film Festival in an out - of - competition screening. Mr. Six was selected to
  • 1966 was released. It won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1966. His other films include Kapo 1960 which takes place in a World War

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