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Venice 2015 / Critics’ Week

Light Years: A family constellation anchored by mental illness

Light Years: A family constellation anchored by mental illness

VENICE 2015: Esther May Campbell takes on the serious subject of mental illness with a dash of British humour in her new feature, starring singer Beth Orton  

11/09/2015 | Venice 2015 | Critics’ Week

Tanna gets the Audience Award in the Venice Critics' Week

Tanna gets the Audience Award in the Venice Critics' Week

VENICE 2015: The film was directed by Australians Bentley Dean and Martin Butler, and shot in Vanuatu  

11/09/2015 | Venice 2015 | Critics' Week/Awards

Montanha: In denial about losing a loved one

Montanha: In denial about losing a loved one

VENICE 2015: The highly anticipated first feature-length film by Portuguese director João Salaviza delivers an abundance of mesmerising images at Venice  

10/09/2015 | Venice 2015 | Critics' Week

Motherland: The traditional community and the modern individual come face to face

Motherland: The traditional community and the modern individual come face to face

VENICE 2015: Senem Tüzen has her sights sets on the Lion of the Future with this co-production between Turkey and Greece, set in a town in deepest Anatolia, where a daughter clashes with her mother  

10/09/2015 | Venice 2015 | Critics’ Week

Banat: A voyage through uncertainty

Banat: A voyage through uncertainty

VENICE 2015: The film by Adriano Valerio, the only Italian title present in the Venice Film Festival Critics’ Week, is a co-production with Romania, Bulgaria and Macedonia  

04/09/2015 | Venice 2015 | Critics’ Week

Venice: Banat by Adriano Valerio, in the Critics' Week

Venice: Banat by Adriano Valerio, in the Critics' Week

This debut piece is the only Italian film in competition. Bagnoli Jungle by Antonio Capuano will close the week, 24 years on from the year he won it with Vito and the Others  

23/07/2015 | Venice 2015 | Critics' Week/Italy

An all-European Critics’ Week at Venice

An all-European Critics’ Week at Venice

Seven out of the ten films that have been selected to be screened in and out of competition are European. Kicking things off will be the re-release of Orphans, with Capuano rounding things off  

23/07/2015 | Venice 2015 | Critics' Week