Actress Sally Hawkins and director Guillermo Del Toro arrive at the premiere of the movie "The Shape of Water" presented in competition "Venezia 74" at the 74th Venice Film Festival on August 31, 2017 at Venice Lido. / AFP / Tiziana FABI
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The 74th edition of the world's oldest film festival winds up Saturday after 10 days of black comedies, romances, family dramas, a musical and a horror so grisly it had audiences wriggling in their seats.Gondoliers at the ready: the world's acting elite are heading across the lagoon to Venice's Lido for the Golden Lion ceremony, where British and Mexican films are frontrunners for the top award.The best actor and best actress awards are being fought over this year by Hollywood and arthouse giants Matt Damon, Ethan Hawke, Sally Hawkins, Frances McDormand, Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland.Damon starred in two films premiering at the festival: George Clooney's "Suburbicon", a toxic depiction of 1950s America, and the popular opening flick "Downsizing" by Alexander Payne.
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