FACTBOX - Winners at the 2010 Venice film festival

Sun Sep 12, 2010 9:02am IST

U.S. director and jury's president Quentin Tarantino gestures during the closing ceremony of the 67th Venice Film Festival September 11, 2010. REUTERS/Tony Gentile

U.S. director and jury's president Quentin Tarantino gestures during the closing ceremony of the 67th Venice Film Festival September 11, 2010.

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REUTERS - The 2010 Venice film festival ended on Saturday with the awards ceremony.

Following is a list of the main prize winners decided by a jury led by U.S. director Quentin Tarantino. (In brackets is the main production country behind each movie)

BEST FILM GOLDEN LION

- "Somewhere" directed by Sofia Coppola (United States)

SPECIAL LION (CAREER AWARD)

- Monte Hellman for "Road to Nowhere" (United States)

BEST DIRECTOR SILVER LION

- Alex de la Iglesia for "Balada Triste de Trompeta" (Spain)

SPECIAL JURY PRIZE

- "Essential Killing" directed by Jerzy Skolimowski (Poland)

BEST FIRST FEATURE

- "Cogunluk" by Seren Yuce (Turkey)

BEST ACTRESS

- Ariane Labed in "Attenberg" (Greece)

BEST ACTOR

- Vincent Gallo in "Essential Killing" (Poland)

EMERGING PERFORMER

- Mila Kunis in "Black Swan" (United States)

BEST SCREENPLAY

- "Balada Triste de Trompeta" (The Last Circus), written and directed by Alex de la Iglesia (Spain)

(Editing by Michael Roddy)

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