The 62nd annual Venice International Film Festival opened on 31 August 2005 with Tsui Hark's Seven Swords and closed on 10 September 2005 with a screening of Peter Ho-sun Chan's musical Perhaps Love. The lineups were announced by the festival director Marco Müller on 28 July 2005 in Rome.
The 61st annual Venice International Film Festival was held between 1 and 11 September 2004. The festival opened with Steven Spielberg's The Terminal, and closed with Katsuhiro Otomo's Steamboy. The Golden Lion was awarded to the film Vera Drake, directed by Mike Leigh.
The film debuted on 29 July 2005 in South Korea, and competed for the Golden Lion at the 62nd Venice International Film Festival in September 2005. While it failed to win in competition, it did walk away with Cinema of The Future, the Young Lion Award, and the Best Innovated Film Award in the non-competition section.
The film was featured in the 62nd Venice International Film Festival as part of their retrospective, The Secret History of Asian Cinema. The theme song for the film is called "Graduation Song " (毕业歌).
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It was nominated for Golden Lion prize at the 62nd Venice International Film Festival, and also for the Best Foreign Language Film category in the 78th Academy Awards Contents 1 Synopsis
62nd Venice International Film Festival: 2005 Romanzo Criminale: Il Sorcio Directed by Michele Placido: 2005 Melissa P. Arnaldo 2006 Napoleon and Me: Martino Papucci Directed by Paolo Virzì: 2007 My Brother Is an Only Child: Accio Benassi Directed by Daniele Luchetti: 2007 Fallen Heroes: Luca 64th Venice International Film Festival: 2008
On December 19, 2011, he was announced as a jury member for the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival that was held in February 2012. Also in 2012, Gyllenhaal made his Off-Broadway debut in Nick Payne's If There Is I Haven't Found It Yet at the Roundabout Theatre Company's Laura Pels Theatre.
Tharlo, a film adaptation based on the novel of the same name by himself, won the Best Adapted Screenplay at the 52nd Golden Horse Film Festival and Awards, it also prizes in the 23rd Beijing College Student Film Festival, and the film was nominated for Golden Lion at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival.
Court is a 2014 Indian multilingual legal drama film, written and directed by Chaitanya Tamhane in his directorial debut. The film examines the Indian legal system through the Mumbai Sessions Court trial of an ageing protest singer, Narayan Kamble (Vira Sathidar), who is accused of encouraging a manhole worker to commit suicide through one of his folk songs.