Show your love for European Film: watch, rate and win
It is up to European viewers to evaluate the five films nominated for the 2023 LUX Audience Award: their vote, together with that of the parliamentarians, will decide this year’s winner. 10 of the voting spectators will be invited to the European Parliament in Strasbourg to attend the Award ceremony and meet the directors
Entries for 2023 are open
Submissions will be accepted starting February 10, 2023, and up until June 16, 2023. Submissions are free of charge.
And the Moon Came Knockin’ on the Lido’s Door
Over the ten-day Venice Film Festival, Giornate welcomed a panoply of international personalities as its guests as well, presenting their films or taking part in masterclasses and other events open to Lido audiences
The BNL for Cinema of the Future Award goes to Graham Foy, director of The Maiden
The winner has been selected by a jury composed of five students of the CSC – National Film School
Lobo e cão wins the 2022 GdA Director’s Award
The People’s Choice Award goes to the British film Blue Jean by Georgia Oakley
Dirty Difficult Dangerous wins Europa Cinemas Venice Label
The film of Wissam Charaf will benefit from promotional support from Europa Cinemas and better european exhibition
Growing with others
At the third Conversation in the Miu Miu Women’s Tales talk series, a trio of actresses, Alba Baptista, Raffey Cassidy, and Quintessa Swindell, spoke about how they got their start and were able to grow as actresses, thanks to women colleagues on and off set.
Giornate fetes Edgar Reitz
Tomorrow sees two events devoted to the creator of Heimat: in the morning, the Special Award of the Fondazione Ente dello Spettacolo; in the afternoon, a masterclass with Giovanni Spagnoletti, moderated by Ilaria Ravarino
An interview with Céline Sciamma
by Federica Fabbiani and Chiara Zanini, with the help of Emmanuelle Bouhours. Italian translation by Federica Fabbiani, english translation by Darcy Di Mona
Diversification and diversity
The Miu Miu Women’s Tales Conversations get underway with the first two talks, featuring Janicza Bravo, Carla Simón, Rachel Brosnahan, Kelsey Lu, and Natasha Lyonne
GdA looks towards the Mediterranean on its opening day
The 19th edition of Giornate kicks off with March on Rome by Mark Cousins and the love between two “fallen angels” in Lebanon
The venues and the guest artists at Giornate degli Autori
Where to go and who to meet: an insider’s guide to the festival, the venues, and the filmmakers to (get to) know
Masterclasses and more on the Lido with Céline Sciamma, Alessandro Camon, and Edgar Reitz
The Sala Laguna will host the talk series with world-class filmmakers, open to both Venice Film Festival audiences and film school students
The power of a shared vision
The 19th edition of Giornate degli Autori will run from August 31st to September 10th, during the 79th Venice Film Festival.
March on Rome kicks off Giornate degli Autori
The hotly-awaited new documentary by Mark Cousins, is the film presented as a Special Event that will lead off the 19th edition of GdA on its opening day.
27 Times Cinema 2022
27 Times Cinema was launched jointly by the European Parliament’s LUX Audience Award, Giornate degli Autori and Europa Cinemas in 2010.
Solidarity with the artists and the Ukrainian people
Giornate degli Autori embraces the position of La Biennale di Venezia.
Someone flew over Autori’s nest
One unforgettable year: at 18, Giornate’s turning ‘legal’ meant reaching new heights, firming up earlier successes, making some changes, and getting a new home.