42nd Venice International Film Festival

The 42nd annual Venice International Film Festival was held on 26 August to 6 September 1985.[1][2]

42nd Venice International Film Festival
Festival poster
LocationVenice, Italy
Founded1932
Festival date26 August – 6 September 1985
WebsiteWebsite

Jury

The following people comprised the 1985 jury:[3]

Official selection

In competition

English title Original title Director(s) Production country
N/ABekçiAli ÖzgentürkTurkey, West Germany
DustMarion HänselBelgium, France
GlissandoMircea DaneliucRomania
Family Without a Dinner Table (aka) The Empty TableShokutaku no nai ieMasaki KobayashiJapan
The Feather FairyPerinbabaJuraj JakubiskoCzechoslovakia, West Germany, Italy, Austria
Forget MozartVergeßt MozartMiloslav LutherWest Germany, Czechoslovakia
LegendRidley ScottUnited States
Life Is BeautifulZivot je lepBoro DraskovicYugoslavia
The LightshipJerzy SkolimowskiUnited States
(lit.) "Mother Ebe"Mamma EbeCarlo LizzaniItaly
No Man's LandAlain TannerSwitzerland, France, West Germany, UK
Planet ParadeParad planetVadim AbdrashitovSoviet Union
The Lost ParadiseLos paraísos perdidosBasilio Martín PatinoSpain
N/APervola, sporen in de sneeuwOrlow SeunkeNetherlands, Norway
PoliceMaurice PialatFrance
Prizzi's HonorJohn HustonUnited States
N/ARéquiem por un campesino españolFrancesc BetriuSpain
The Satin SlipperLe soulier de satinManoel de OliveiraPortugal
Stone YearsPetrina hroniaPantelis VoulgarisGreece
The Tango of Our ChildhoodMer mankutyan tangonAlbert MkrtchyanSoviet Union (Soviet Armenia)
Tangos, the Exile of GardelTangos, el exilio de GardelFernando SolanasArgentina, France
VagabondSans toit ni loiAgnès VardaFrance
Woman of WondersLa donna delle meraviglieAlberto BevilacquaItaly

Autonomous sections

Venice International Film Critics' Week

The following feature films were selected to be screened as In Competition for this section:[4]

Awards

References

  1. "VENICE 1985 – THE 42ND INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL". Retrieved 6 October 2013.
  2. "The 1980′s". Retrieved 8 October 2013.
  3. "Juries for the 1980′s". Retrieved 27 March 2018.
  4. "2nd International Film Critics' Week". sicvenezia.it. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
  5. "Venice Festival awards top prize to Varda film". New York Times. 7 September 1985.
  • Edoardo Pittalis - Roberto Pugliese, Bella di Notte, August 1996
  • L'Europeo, Cinema in Laguna, SePtember 2008
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