Yorgos Lanthimos and Emma Stone’s ‘Poor Things’ Wins Golden Lion at Venice, Peter Sarsgaard and Cailee Spaeny Take Acting Prizes (Full List of Winners)

The closing-night awards ceremony of the 80th Venice Film Festival has concluded, with the critical favorite and presumed frontrunner, Yorgos Lanthimos’s Emma Stone-starring adult fantasy “Poor Things,” living up to the buzz — it has taken the Golden Lion from Damien Chazelle’s jury.

Other winners include Ryusuke Hamaguchi, Agnieszka Holland, Matteo Garrone and U.S.

actors Cailee Spaeny and Peter Sarsgaard.

Full report to follow.Full List Of WinnersCompetitionGolden Lion for Best Film: “Poor Things,” Yorgos LanthimosGrand Jury Prize: “Evil Does Not Exist,” Ryusuke HamaguchiSilver Lion for Best Director: “Me Captain,” Matteo GarroneSpecial Jury Prize: “Green Border,” Agnieszka HollandBest Screenplay: “El Conde,” Guillermo Calderón, Pablo LarraínVolpi Cup for Best Actress: “Priscilla,” Cailee SpaenyVolpi Cup for Best Actor: “Memory,” Peter SarsgaardMarcello Mastroianni Award for Best Young Actor: “Me Captain,” Seydou SarrHorizonsBest Film: “Explanation for Everything,” Gabor ReiszBest Director: “Paradise is Burning,…

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