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The jury members of the 2022 Venice Festival were announced; Leila Hatami next to Julianne Moore

BingMag.com The <b>jury</b> <b>members</b> of the <b>2022</b> <b>Venice</b> <b>Festival</b> <b>were</b> <b>announced;</b> <b>Leila</b> <b>Hatami</b> <b>next</b> to <b>Julianne</b> Moore

The names of the jury members of the 79th edition of the Venice Film Festival were announced, and among the names, Leila Hatami is also seen as one of the judges of the main section. .

The well-known American actor Julianne Moore will be the head of the jury for the main section. Moore, who recently starred in his directorial debut in A24's "When You're Done Saving the World" directed by Jesse Eisenberg, will next appear in "Sharper," which is also produced by It is A24 and it is directed by Benjamin Caron and actors such as Sebastian Stan and John Lisgo will be present, one of the regular cinematographers of this festival. George Clooney's "Suberbeacon" was in the blue city of Venice. On the other hand, for playing the role of Kathy Whittaker in the movie "Far from Paradise" by Todd Haynes, she was able to win the Volpi Cup award at the Venice Film Festival for the best actress in the leading role in 2002.

Moore who for She won an Academy Award for her performance in Still Alice, becoming the first American woman to win all the acting awards at major European film festivals. In addition to the Venice Award, Moore received the Best Actress Award from the Berlin Film Festival for Steven Daldry's "Hours" and from the Cannes Film Festival for David Cronenberg's "Maps of Movie Stars". He has already judged the Cannes Film Festival in 2014, becoming the first Iranian cinematographer to be a judge at two prestigious film festivals in the world. The one who was able to shine in the world with Asghar Farhadi's film "A Rare Separation from Simin" and won the Silver Bear Award at the Berlin Film Festival. It is made up of three women and four men, among whom the name of French director Audrey Divan, who won the Venice Golden Lion award last year for a drama film about abortion called "The Event", is visible.

Another big name of this group is Kazuo Ishiguro, a British Japanese author and screenwriter; The one who has the acclaimed novels "The Remains of the Day", "Never Let Me Go" and "Clara and the Sun" in his writing portfolio. Italian director Leonardo Di Costanzo, who was in Venice last year with the drama "Cage Inside", which takes place in a prison, Mariano Coen, who was in Venice last year with the comedy "Official Competition" starring Penelope Cruz and Antonio Banderas, and the director and Spanish producer Rodrigo Sorogin, whose film "Mother" was screened in the Venice Horizons section in 2019, are other members of the Venice 2022 jury.

The 79th Venice Film Festival from August 31 to 10 September (9th to 19th) will be held in this beautiful city and the names of the films in this Festival will be announced on July 26th (August 4th).


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