'Volta Award' for the Dublin International Film Festival

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Photographs © Pat Redmond and the Dublin International Film Festival


Photographs © Peter Crann

'Volta Award'
Bronze
33.7 cm x 8 cm x 8 cm
Designed for the Dublin International Film Festival in 2007

Named after the first dedicated cinema in Ireland, opened in 1909 by James Joyce, the Volta Award is Dublin International Film Festival’s most prestigious accolade. Volta awards are presented annualy throughout the festival to specially selected individuals, who have made an outstanding contribution to the world of cinema.

Previous recipients have included iconic figures such as Al Pacino, Julie Andrews, Ennio Morricone, Daniel Day-Lewis, Claudia Cardinale, Martin Sheen, Danny DeVito, Kristin Scott Thomas, Brendan Gleeson, Terry Gilliam and Angela Lansbury.


Photographs © Simon Lazewski, Pat Redmond, David Mannion and the Dublin International Film Festival

Photographs of Volta Award recipients include: Kenneth Branagh, Laurent Cantet, Terry Gilliam, Richard Dreyfuss, Stanley Tucci, Peter Morgan, Ennio Morricone, Danny DeVito, Costa Gavras, Joss Whedon, Tim Roth, Al Pacino, Stellan Skarsgård, Martin Sheen, Kristin Scott Thomas, Ciaran Hinds, Patricia Clarkson.


Photographs © Peter Crann