Cover Director Audrey Diwan poses with the Golden "L'Événement" at the awards winner photocall during the the 78th Venice International Film Festival 2021 (Photo: Daniele Venturelli/WireImage)

The winners of the Venice Film Festival 2021 were announced by four international juries. Read on to find out who brought home the awards

The 78th Venice Film Festival has wrapped up after 10 days of screenings. The official awards were announced by four international juries during the award ceremony.

Oscar-winning director, Bong Joon-ho chaired the jury which included Saverio Costanzo, Virginie Efira, Cynthia Ervo, Sarah Gadon, Alexander Nanau and Chloé Zhao, who viewed all 21 films in competition and decided who will bring home the Golden Lion, Silver Lion and other awards.

Meanwhile, the Orizzonti jury is led by Bosnian director, Jasmila Žbanić and comprised of Mona Fastvold, Shahram Mokri, Josh Siegel and Nadia Terranova. A total of 19 feature-length and 12 short films vied for the awards.

The Lion of the Future “Luigi De Laurentiis” Venice Award for a Debut Film is chaired by Italian director Uberto Pasolini and comprised of Martin Schweighofer and Amalia Ulman. Finally, the Venice VR Expanded jury is led by director Michelle Kranot and included Maria Grazia Mattei and Jonathan Yeo.

Read on to find out the full list of winners from the Venice Film Festival 2021.

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Golden Lion for Best Film

L'Événement (Happening) by Audrey Diwan, France

Silver Lion - Grand Jury Prize

È stata la mano di Dio (The Hand of God) by Paolo Sorrentino, Italy

Silver Lion - Award for Best Director

Jane Campion for The Power of the Dog, New Zealand and Australia

Coppa Volpi for Best Actress

Penélope Cruz for Madres Paralelas (Parallel Mothers) by Pedro Almodóvar, Spain

Coppa Volpi for Best Actor

John Arcilla for On the Job: The Missing 8 by Erik Matti, Philippines

Best Screenplay

Maggie Gyllenhaal for The Lost Daughter, Greece, USA, UK, Israel

Special Jury Prize

Il Buco by Michelangelo Frammartino, Italy, France, Germany

Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best Young Actor or Actress

Filippo Scotti for È stata la mano di Dio (The Hand of God) by Paolo Sorrentino, Italy

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Orizzonti

Orizzonti Award for Best Film

Piligrimai (Pilgrims) by Laurynas Bareiša, Lithuania

Orrizonti Award for Best Director

Éric Gravel for À Plein Temps (Full Time), France

Special Orizzonti Jury Prize

El Gran Movimiento by Kiro Russo, Bolivia, France, Qatar, Switzerland

Orizzonti Award for Best Actress

Laure Calamy for À Plein Temps (Full Time), France

Orizzonti Award for Best Actor

Piseth Chhun for Bodeng Sar (White Building) by Kavich Neang, Cambodia, France, Qatar, China

Orizzonti Award for Best Screenplay

Peter Kerekes and Ivan Ostrochovský for Zenzorka (107 Mothers) by Peter Kerekes, Slovak Republic, Czech Republic, Ukraine

Orizzonti Award for Best Short Film

Los Huesos (The Bones) by Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña, Chile

Venice Short Film Nomination for the European Film Awards 2021

Fall of the Ibis King by Josh O'Caoimh and Mikai Geronimo, Ireland

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Venice Award for a Debut Film

Lion of the Future “Luigi de Laurentiis” Venice Award for Debut Film

Imaculat by Monica Stan, George Chiper-Lillemark of Romania

Venice VR Expanded

Grand Jury Prize for Best VR Work

Goliath: Playing With Reality by Barry Gene Murphy and May Abdalla, UK and France

Best VR Experience for Interactive Content

Le Bal de Paris de Blanca Li by Blanci Li, France, Germany and Luxembourg

Best VR Story

End of Night by David Adler, Denmark and France

Orizzonti Extra

Armani Beauty Audience Award

Sokea mies, joka ei halunnut nähdä Titanicia (The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic) by Teemu Nikki, Finland

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