Julianne Moore and Leila Hatami attend the jury photocall during the 79th Venice International Film Festival
Each viewer entitled to vote will receive an email with an individual link to express their preference, rating the film from 1 to 10. The link may only be used once, after which it will no longer be valid. Viewers who receive the link must cast their vote before 8 p.m. on the day after the official screening of the film. Voting must be completed by 1 p.m. on Saturday, September 10th. The Audience Award (Armani Beauty) will go to the film that receives the highest average rating from all the votes. The award will be conferred during the closing awards ceremony to be held on Saturday, September 10th in Sala Grande (Palazzo del Cinema, Lido di Venezia). The Orizzonti Extra section, which was introduced last year at the Venice Film Festival, is an extension of Orizzonti, the competitive section dedicated to new trends in world cinema, which over the years has contributed to introducing and launching auteurs who are now firmly established. Orizzonti Extra presents a selection of works with no constraints in terms of genre, duration or target, provided they are longer than 60 minutes, paying special attention to films that address specific genres and current productions, with the aim of demonstrating innovation and creative originality in the relationship with the audience they are meant for.