Juries for the 1930′s

  • In 1932 the festival is not competitive.
  • In 1934 the festival is competitive but does not have an international jury.
  • 1935: Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata (chairperson, Italy), Charles Delac (France), Ryszard Ordynski (Poland), Fritz Scheuermann (Germany), Luis Villani (Hungary), Luigi Freddi (Italy), Antonio Maraini (Italy), Filippo Sacchi (Italy), Ottavio Croze (Italy), Raffaele Calzini (Italy), Gino Damerini (Italy), Giovanni Dettori (Italy), Eugenio Giovannetti (Italy), Mario Gromo (Italy), Giacomo Paolucci de Calboli (Italy), Elio Zorzi (Italy).
  • 1936: Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata (chairperson, Italy), Neville Keaney (Great Britain), Oswald Lehnich (Germany), Karl Meltzer (Germany), Ryszard Ordynski (Poland), Louis Villani (Hungary), Emile Vuillermoz (France), Luigi Freddi (Italy), Mario Gromo (Italy), Antonio Maraini (Italy), Giacomo Paulucci dè Calboli (Italy), Filippo Sacchi (Italy), Ottavio Croze (Italy).
  • 1937: Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata (chairperson, Italy), Luigi Chiarini (Italy), Sandro De Feo (Italy), Luigi Freddi (Italy), Mario Gromo (Italy), Esodo Pratelli (Italy), René Jeanne (France), Neville Kearney (Great Britain), Oswald Lehnich (Germany), Karl Melzer (Germany), Georges Lourau (France), Ryszard Ordynski (Poland), Louis Villani (Hungary).
  • 1938: Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata (chairperson, Italy), Olaf Andersson (Sweden), Luigi Freddi (Italy), Antonio Maraini (Italy), Giacomo Paulucci de’ Calboli (Italy), Milos Havel (Czechoslovakia), Neville Kearney (Great Britain), René Jeanne (France), Oswald Lehnich (Germany), Humberto Mauro (Brazil), Edmond Moreau (Switzerland), Eitel Monaco (Italy), Ryszard Ordynski (Poland), Alfonso Rivas Bustamante (Mexico), Harold L. Smith (USA), Junzo Sato (Japan), F. L. Theron (South Africa), Carl Vincent (Belgium), Louis Villani (Hungary).
  • 1939: Giuseppe Volpi di Misurata (chairperson, Italy), Olaf Andersson (Sweden), Luigi Bonelli (Italy), Ottavio Croze (Italy), De Obregon (Spain), Dino Falconi (Italy), F. T. Geldenhuys (South Africa), Neville Kearney (Great Britain), Ernst Leichtenstern (Germany), Antonio Maraini (Italy), Ugo Ojetti (Italy), Vezio Orazi (Italy), Giovanni Paulucci dè Calboli (Italy), Junzo Stato (Japan), D. I. Suchianu (Romania), Zdenek Urban (Bohemia), Louis Villani (Hungary), Carl Vincent (Belgium).