Several hundred protesters marched the red carpet of the Venice Film in the film, demanding action to combat climate change and ban cruise ships from entering the lagoon city
(Adds protesters to leave, quotes by Mick Jagger and Donald Sutherland)  By Marie-Louise Gumuchian
VENICE, Italy, September 7 (Reuters) – Hundreds of protesters marched on the red carpet of the Venice Film Festival for several hours Saturday, demanding action to tackle climate change and ban cruise ships entering board of the lagoon.
Dressed in white boiler suits, roughly 300 protesters sat on the red carpet where Hollywood stars such as Brad Pitt, Scarlett Johansson and Joaquin Phoenix presented their latest films during the 1
Waving banners that read "Our home is on fire" and "Not on cruise ships," protesters sat outside the festival's main venue and chanted slogans surrounded by police.
"We want to address the subject of climate with Risis, we think it's more important than anything we can see in the world right now," said Chiara Buratti, a member of the Venice Cruise Control Committee, adding that
The protesters arrived early in the morning, but left quietly a few hours later, around 1200 GMT.
Saturday is the last day of the Venice Lido festival and in the evening the winner of the Golden Lion Award will be announced is also planning a hike elsewhere in Lido later in the day.
Protesters belonging to Italian and foreign groups participate in a five-day event at the Venice climate camp.
"The climate crisis has no limits as to why it should be stop at some border and just be interested in some local problems that we have back home, "said Democrat Sina Reisch of the German band Ende Gelande. "We need to see that the fights are connected."
The demonstrators received the support of rocker Mick Jagger and veteran actor Donald Sutherland, who will travel this red carpet later to present their thriller "The Burned Orange Heresy."
"I'm glad they do this because they are the ones who will inherit the planet," Jagger told a press conference to promote the movie.
"At the moment, we are in a very difficult situation, especially in the US, where all environmental checks that have been introduced, which may have been almost adequate for the last 10 years, are canceled by the current administration, so much that they will be deleted. "" I'm glad people feel so strongly about wanting to protest everywhere, whether it's the red carpet or another place. "
Sutherland stated that environmental protesters must "fight harder" and "receive as much support as possible," adding those calling for the plight of migrants should also b
. " When you are my age … 85 years old and having children and grandchildren, you will leave them nothing if we do not vote for these people outside the office in Brazil, London and Washington. They are ruining the world, "he said." its destruction, but they secure it. "(Report by Marie-Louise Gumuccian; additional reporting by Roberto Minh chi; Editing by Helen Popper and Jason Neagley)  Our standards: principles of trust of Thomson Reuters.