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Catherine Deneuve was awarded the honorary "Golden Lion" for his contribution to cinema
1 September, 13:09
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Catherine Deneuve was awarded the honorary "Golden Lion" for his contribution to cinema
On the opening day of the oldest international film review - the 79th Venice Film Festival, on August 31, actress Catherine Deneuve was awarded the honorary "Golden Lion of St. Mark" for her contribution to the development of cinema.

As the newspaper La Repubblica writes, the hall welcomed the 78-year-old actress.

Recall that Catherine Deneuve made her film debut in 1957, at the age of 13. In total, she played in more than a hundred films. For the title role in the film "Indochina" she was nominated for an Oscar.

Deneuve first arrived at the Venice Film Festival in 1967 with Luis Buñuel's Beauty of the Day. The tape received the "Golden Lion". The actress admitted that she loves that movie very much. In 2006, she herself headed the jury. Julianne Moore presides over the 79th Venice Film Festival, which opened yesterday on Italy's Lido Island.

At the opening, they showed a film by the director from the United States, Noah Baumbach, "White Noise" based on the novel by Don Delilo. The film entered the main competition of the festival.

Note. that the festival was not held during the coronavirus pandemic.