ⓘ 4th Venice International Film Festival

                                     

ⓘ 4th Venice International Film Festival

The 4th annual Venice International Film Festival was held between 10 and 31 August 1936. This year saw an international jury nominated for the first time.

                                     

1. Jury

  • Emile Vuillermoz France
  • Mario Gromo Italy
  • Karl Meltzer Germany
  • Giacomo Paolucci de Calboli Barone Italy
  • Luigi Freddi Italy
  • Ryszard Ordynski Poland
  • Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata president Italy
  • Antonio Maraini Italy
  • Filippo Sacchi Italy
  • Oswald Lehnich Germany
  • Louis Villani Hungary
  • Ottavio Croze Italy
  • Neville Kearney UK
                                     

2. In-Competition films

  • Show Boat by James Whale
  • Lo squadrone bianco by Augusto Genina
  • Veille darmes by Marcel LHerbier
  • The Ghost Goes West by Rene Clair
  • La kermesse heroïque by Jacques Feyder
  • Mayerling by Anatole Litvak
  • Mr. Deeds Goes to Town by Frank Capra
  • Der Kaiser von Kalifornien by Luis Trenker
  • The Story of Louis Pasteur by William Dieterle
  • The Great Ziegfeld by Robert Z. Leonard
                                     

3. Awards

  • Best Actress: Annabella for Veille darmes
  • Best Actor: Paul Muni for The Story of Louis Pasteur
  • Volpi Cup
  • Best Foreign Film: Der Kaiser von Kalifornien by Luis Trenker
  • Best Italian Film: Lo squadrone bianco by Augusto Genina
  • Opernring by Carmine Gallone
  • The Robber Symphony by Friedrich Feher
  • Verrater by Karl Ritter
  • The Mine by J. B. Holmes
  • Metropolitan Nocturne by Leigh Jason
  • Marysa by Josef Rovensky
  • Mr. Deeds Goes to Town by Frank Capra
  • Pompei by Giorgio Ferroni
  • Special Recommendation
  • Scrooge by Henry Edwards
  • Childrens Corner by Marcel LHerbier, Emile Vuillermoz
  • Ave Maria by Johannes Riemann
  • Mary of Scotland by John Ford
  • Polesie by Maksymilian Emmer, Jerzy Maliniak
  • Best Cinematography: Tudor Rose by Mutz Greenbaum
  • Color Film: The Trail of the Lonesome Pine by Henry Hathaway
  • Best Director: La kermesse heroïque by Jacques Feyder
  • Animated Film: Who Killed Cock Robin? by Walt Disney