Volpi Cup for Best Actress
The 2021 recipient: Penélope Cruz
Awarded forBest Performance by an Actress
CountryItaly
Presented byVenice Film Festival
First awarded1932
Currently held byPenelope Cruz
Parallel Mothers (2021)
Websitelabiennale.org/en/cinema

The Volpi Cup for Best Actress is an award presented by the Venice Film Festival. It is given by the festival jury in honor of an actress who has delivered an outstanding performance from the films in the competition slate. It is named in honor of Count Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata, the founder of the festival.[1] The 1st ceremony was held in 1932, when Helen Hayes received the Volpi Cup for the title role in The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1931)—this was the only time that the award was chosen by public voting.[2] From 1942 to 1945, the festival was suspended because of World War II. The student protests in May 1968 opened a period of institutional changes, with no prizes were awarded from 1969 to 1979.[2][3][4]

The official name of the award has changed several times. In 1934, Katharine Hepburn was honored with the Great Gold Medal of the National Fascist Association for Entertainment for the Best Actress for her role in Little Women.[5] It was renamed the Volpi Cup for Best Actress the following year.[4] The awards given from 1947 to 1949 were named the International Award for the Best Actress. The Best Actress Award resumed in 1983, when Darling Légitimus became the first black woman to receive the award for her work Sugar Cane Alley.[6] In 1992, Ingrid Bergman was honored posthumously for her performance in Europe '51, which was denied by the jury in 1952 because her voice was dubbed from Swedish into Italian.[7][8] The award can be for lead or supporting roles with the exception of the period, when the additional award for Best Supporting Actress was given from 1993 to 1995.[2] At the age of four, Victoire Thivisol became the youngest recipient for the title role in Ponette in 1996.[3][9]

Since its inception, the award has been given to 67 actresses. Only three of them have won more than once: Shirley MacLaine, Isabelle Huppert, and Valeria Golino, who have each won the cup twice. Bette Davis is the only actress to win the award for her roles in two different films on the same competition; she won in 1937 for her contribution in Marked Woman and Kid Galahad. In 1988, the award was shared by two actresses in different films: Huppert in Story of Women and MacLaine in Madame Sousatzka. There have been two films, She's Been Away in 1989 and La Cérémonie in 1995, that garnered multiple winners in one year. As of 2021, Penelope Cruz is the most recent winner in this category for her portrayal of Janis in Parallel Mothers.

Winners

Table key
# Indicates co-winners
Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner
Year Image Actress Role Film Original title Nationality of actress Ref.
1932[a]
Helen Hayes Madelon Claudet The Sin of Madelon Claudet  United States [10]
1934[b]
Katharine Hepburn Josephine "Jo" March Little Women [11]
1935
Paula Wessely Valerie Gärtner Episode  Austria [12]
1936
Annabella Jeanne de Corlaix Veille d'armes  France [13]
1937
Bette Davis [c] Mary Dwight Strauber Marked Woman  United States [14]
Louise "Fluff" Phillips Kid Galahad
1938
Norma Shearer Marie Antoinette Marie Antoinette [15]
1941
Luise Ullrich Annelie Dörensen Annelie  Austria [16]
1942
Kristina Söderbaum Anna Jobst Die goldene Stadt  Sweden [17]
1947[d]
Anna Magnani Angelina Bianchi Angelina L'onorevole Angelina  Italy [18]
1948[d]
Jean Simmons Ophelia Hamlet  United Kingdom [19]
1949[d]
Olivia de Havilland Virginia Stuart Cunningham The Snake Pit  United States
 United Kingdom
[20]
1950
Eleanor Parker Marie Allen Caged  United States [21]
1951
Vivien Leigh Blanche DuBois A Streetcar Named Desire  United Kingdom [22]
1952
Ingrid Bergman[e] Irene Girard Europe '51 Europa '51  Sweden [8]
1953
Lilli Palmer Abby Edwards The Four Poster  Germany [23]
1956
Maria Schell Gervaise Macquart Coupeau Gervaise  Austria
  Switzerland
[24]
1957 Dzidra Ritenberga Malva Malva Мальва  Soviet Union [25]
1958
Sophia Loren Rose Bianco The Black Orchid  Italy [26]
1959
Madeleine Robinson Thérèse Marcoux Web of Passion À double tour  France [27]
1960
Shirley MacLaine Fran Kubelik The Apartment  United States [28]
1961
Suzanne Flon Madame Cordier Thou Shalt Not Kill Tu ne tueras point  France [29]
1962
Emmanuelle Riva Thérèse Desqueyroux Thérèse Desqueyroux [30]
1963
Delphine Seyrig Hélène Aughain Muriel Muriel ou le Temps d'un retour [31]
1964
Harriet Andersson Louise To Love Att Älska  Sweden [32]
1965
Annie Girardot Kay Larsi Three Rooms in Manhattan Trois chambres à Manhattan  France [33]
1966
Natalya Arinbasarova Altynai The First Teacher Первый учитель  Soviet Union [34]
1967
Shirley Knight Lula Dutchman  United States [35]
1968
Laura Betti Emilia Teorema  Italy [36]
1983[f] Darling Légitimus M'Man-Tine Sugar Cane Alley La Rue Cases-Nègres  France [37]
1984[f]
Pascale Ogier Louise Full Moon in Paris Les nuits de la pleine lune [38]
1986[f]
Valeria Golino Bruna Assecondati A Tale of Love Storia d'amore  Italy [39]
1987[f]
Kang Soo-yeon Ok-nyo The Surrogate Woman 씨받이  South Korea [40]
1988
Isabelle Huppert # Marie Latour Story of Women Une affaire de femmes  France [41]
Shirley MacLaine # Madame Sousatzka Madame Sousatzka  United States
1989
Peggy Ashcroft # Lillian Huckle She's Been Away  United Kingdom [42]
Geraldine James # Harriet Ambrose
1990
Gloria Münchmeyer Lucrecia The Moon in the Mirror La luna en el espejo  Chile [43]
1991
Tilda Swinton Isabella Edward II  United Kingdom [44]
1992 Gong Li Qiu Ju The Story of Qiu Ju 秋菊打官司  China [45]
1993
Juliette Binoche Julie Vignon de Courcy Three Colours: Blue Trois couleurs : Bleu  France [46]
Anna Bonaiuto Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Mother Where Are You? I'm Here Dove siete? Io sono qui  Italy
1994
Maria de Medeiros Maria Two Brothers, My Sister Três Irmãos  Portugal [47]
Vanessa Redgrave Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Irina Shapira Little Odessa  United Kingdom
1995
Sandrine Bonnaire # Sophie La Cérémonie  France [48]
Isabelle Huppert # Jeanne
Isabella Ferrari Indicates the Best Supporting Actress winner Andreina The Story of a Poor Young Man Romanzo di un giovane povero  Italy
1996 Victoire Thivisol Ponette Ponette  France [49]
1997
Robin Tunney Marcy Niagara, Niagara  United States [50]
1998
Catherine Deneuve Marianne Malivert Place Vendôme  France [51]
1999
Nathalie Baye Her Une liaison pornographique [52]
2000
Rose Byrne B.G. The Goddess of 1967  Australia [53]
2001 Sandra Ceccarelli Maria Light of My Eyes Luce dei miei occhi  Italy [54]
2002
Julianne Moore Cathy Whitaker Far from Heaven  United States [55]
2003
Katja Riemann Lena Fischer Rosenstrasse  Germany [56]
2004
Imelda Staunton Vera Rose Drake Vera Drake  United Kingdom [57]
2005
Giovanna Mezzogiorno Sabina Don't Tell La bestia nel cuore  Italy [58]
2006
Helen Mirren Queen Elizabeth II The Queen  United Kingdom [59]
2007
Cate Blanchett Jude Quinn I'm Not There  Australia [60]
2008
Dominique Blanc Anne-Marie The Other One L'Autre  France [61]
2009
Kseniya Rappoport Sonia The Double Hour La doppia ora  Russia [62]
2010
Ariane Labed Marina Attenberg  France [63]
2011
Deanie Ip Sister Peach A Simple Life 桃姐  Hong Kong [64]
[65]
2012
Hadas Yaron Shira Mendelman Fill the Void למלא את החלל  Israel [66]
[67]
2013
Elena Cotta Samira Calafiore A Street in Palermo Via Castellana Bandiera  Italy [68]
[69]
2014
Alba Rohrwacher Mina Hungry Hearts [70]
[71]
2015
Valeria Golino Anna Per amor vostro [72]
[73]
2016
Emma Stone Mia Dolan La La Land  United States [74]
[5]
2017
Charlotte Rampling Hannah Hannah  United Kingdom [75]
[76]
2018
Olivia Colman Queen Anne The Favourite [77]
[78]
2019
Ariane Ascaride Sylvie Benar Gloria Mundi  France [79]
[80]
2020
Vanessa Kirby Martha Weiss Carson Pieces of a Woman  United Kingdom [81]
[82]
2021
Penélope Cruz Janis Martinez Parallel Mothers Madres paralelas  Spain [83]

Multiple winners

The following individuals have received multiple Best Actress awards:

Wins Actress Nationality Films
2 Shirley MacLaine  United States The Apartment (1960),
Madame Sousatzka (1988)
Isabelle Huppert  France Story of Women (1988),
La Cérémonie (1995)
Valeria Golino  Italy A Tale of Love (1986),
Per amor vostro (2015)

See also

Notes

  1. ^ This year the award was given named Best Actress.
  2. ^ This year the award was given named the Great Gold Medal of the National Fascist Association for Entertainment for the Best Actress.
  3. ^ Performer to receive a single award which honor the outstanding work in multiple different films in the same official competition slate.
  4. ^ a b c This year the award was given named International Award for the Best Actress.
  5. ^ Bergman's performance was denied by the jury because her voice was dubbed from Swedish into Italian. She was honored posthumously in 1992.
  6. ^ a b c d This year the award was given named Best Actress Award.

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