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Venice Film Festival: Liliana Cavani, Tony Leung win Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement

Liliana Cavani, one of the leading directors of the new Italian cinema movement, gained international fame with The Night Porter, and the famous Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Chiu Wai, with his many collaborations with Wong Kar Wai, he Will receive a Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at this year’s Venice Film Festival .

“I am very happy and grateful for the surprises at the Venice Biennale,” said Cavani, who first made her name in Venice at with Philippe Pétain: Processo a Vichy , followed by Francis of Assisi (1970), Galileo (1966), I eat Man (Cannibal Year, 1966), Il gioco di Ripley (Ripley’s Game, 2002) and Clarice (2012).

“I am overwhelmed and honored by the news from the Venice Biennale. I hope to celebrate this award with all the filmmakers I have worked with. This award is also a Hats off to all of them. ), Cyclo (1970) and Lust Caution(2002) has starred in three Golden Lion Awards and won the Palme d’Or for Best Actor in 2002 Award In the Mood for Love , one of the seven collaborations with Kar Wai.

Recommend these two Venetian directors for the Lifetime Achievement Golden Lion Award 2012 Alberto Barbera described Cavani as “the 1960 generation One of the iconic protagonists of the new Italian cinema,” adding that she is “a multi-talented artist who regularly watches television, theater and opera, with the same unconventional spirit and intellectual enthusiasm that made her films famous. “She is the political gaze in the highest sense, anti-dogmatic, non-aligned, brave in the face of even the most challenging of taboos, out of step with trends, refusing to compromise and producing opportunism,” he said. Instead, she’s open to the rich ambiguity in the characters and situations she presents. “

Liang, whose works also include Hero

, Infernal Affairs, Chibi and more recently Hisashi and The Lord of the Rings , Barbera says he has “acquired a unique profile as a pan-Asian and global star, Affirming his presence in a changing screen culture, deconstructing conventional notions of male stardom and bringing a compelling sensibility to all of his roles”

The 1960 Venice Film Festival will be held in August – Sept. 9.



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