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The winning movies at the 2019 Venice film festival

Sudanese director Amjad Abu Alala wins LION OF THE FUTURE trophy for his debut " YOU WILL DIE AT 20"

AFP , Saturday 7 Sep 2019
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Here is a list of the main winners at the Venice film festival, which ended on Saturday:

- Golden Lion for best film: "Joker" (US)

- Grand Prix: Roman Polanski for "An Officer and a Spy" (France/Poland)

- Silver Lion for the best director: Roy Andersson for "About Endlessness" (Swedish)

- Volpi Cup for best actress: Ariane Ascaride (France)

- Volpi Cup for best actor: Luca Marinelli for "Martin Eden" (Italy)

- Best screenplay: Yonfan for "No. 7 Cherry Lane" (Hong Kong)

- Special Jury Prize: "The Mafia is Not What it Used to Be". Documentary directed by Franco Maresco (Italy)

- Marcello Mastroianni Award for Young Performer: Toby Wallace "Babyteeth" (Australia)

- VENICE AWARD FOR A DEBUT FILM: "YOU WILL DIE AT 20" by Amjad Abu Alala (Sudan, France, Egypt, Germany, Norway, Qatar)

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