11th Venice International Film Festival

The 11th annual Venice International Film Festival was held from 20 August to 10 September 1950.[1][2]

11th Venice International Film Festival
Festival poster
LocationVenice, Italy
Founded1932
Festival date20 August – 10 September 1950
WebsiteWebsite

History

Recognized as the oldest film festival in the world, the Venice Film Festival, made its entry in 1932 in Venice, Italy. Founded by Count Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata, the initial hosting of the festival was done in the Hotel Excelsior in Venice. The participating countries in the 1940s were just a handful owing to the breakout of World War II. The turn-out of participating countries, however, shot up in the 1950s and the festival grew internationally. Even films from Japan and India made their entry in that year. With the introduction of new genre of films, the festival took to newer heights and gained worldwide popularity. The festival helped film directors from all round the world in the betterment of their careers.[3]

Jury

In Competition

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
All the King's MenRobert RossenUnited States
The Asphalt JungleJohn HustonUnited States
Justice Is DoneJustice est faiteAndré CayatteFrance
The Blue LampBasil DeardenUnited Kingdom
CagedJohn CromwellUnited States
CinderellaClyde Geronimi
Hamilton Luske
Wilfred Jackson
United States
StromboliStromboli, terra di dioRoberto RosselliniItaly
God Needs ManDieu a besoin des hommesJean DelannoyFrance
Panic in the StreetsElia KazanUnited States
Seven Days to NoonJohn Boulting
Roy Boulting
United Kingdom
Father's DilemmaPrima comunioneAlessandro BlasettiItaly

Awards

References

  1. Kezich, Tullio (1951). "The Venice Film Festival--1950". Hollywood Quarterly. University of California. 5 (4): 373–379. doi:10.2307/1209616. JSTOR 1209616.
  2. "Venice Film Festival 1950". British Pathe. Retrieved 2 September 2013.
  3. Leonard, Ashley. "Venice Film Festival". Bright Hub. Retrieved 2 September 2013.
  4. "Juries for the 1950s". Retrieved October 8, 2013.
  5. "Venice Film Festival 1950". Who's Dated Who. Retrieved 2 September 2013.
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