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Venice 2011 / Competition

L'ultimo terrestre, an alien film on the Italian scene

L'ultimo terrestre, an alien film on the Italian scene

Directing debut for Gian Alfonso Pacinotti, better known by comic book and graphic novel lovers as ‘Gipi’. Pacinotti has brought L'ultimo terrestre to the Venice Film Festival, a small film which...  

08/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

Quando la notte: Family drama in the Alps

Quando la notte: Family drama in the Alps

There was a cold reaction from industry insiders, sometimes accompanied by laughter, to the more dramatic scenes in the second Italian film in Competition at the Venice Film Festival, Quando la...  

07/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

Arnold presents highly personal version of Brontë classic Wuthering Heights

Arnold presents highly personal version of Brontë classic Wuthering Heights

British director Andrea Arnold first gained international recognition back in 2004 when she won the Best Live-Action Short Film Oscar for Wasp. Two years later, her debut feature, Red Road, won...  

06/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

Crialese in search of Terraferma

Crialese in search of Terraferma

Emanuele Crialese, a director of Sicilian origin who emigrated to the US in 1991 to study at New York University, has a filmography linked with the poetry of borders - with his debut Once We Were...  

05/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

Oldman shines in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

Oldman shines in Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

The first English-language film of Swedish director Tomas Alfredson, after his international breakout with the vampire drama Let the Right One In, is the John le Carré adaptation Tinker, Tailor,...  

05/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

Satrapi and Paronnaud delve into live-action with Chicken with Plums

Satrapi and Paronnaud delve into live-action with Chicken with Plums

Although animation is always present in Chicken with Plums, the second feature from Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud, who are famous for their Cannes-awarded animation Persepolis is mainly...  

04/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

Steve McQueen’s Shame hits the Lido

Steve McQueen’s Shame hits the Lido

With a name like Steve McQueen, the celebrated British visual artist was perhaps destined to one day work in the cinema industry. His second feature after, his Caméra d’Or winning Hunger, again...  

04/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

Lanthimos has chance to impress Mostra’s jury with Alps

Lanthimos has chance to impress Mostra’s jury with Alps

After winning the Un Certain Regard Award in 2009 with Dogtooth, the gates of Venice open for Yorgos Lanthimos’ third feature, Alps. An absurd tale about humanity, loss and not following rules,...  

03/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

That Summer burns love in the name of Art

That Summer burns love in the name of Art

Paul meets Frédéric, a painter who lives with Angèle, an actress who appears in films in Italy. To have enough to live on whilst waiting to become an actor, Paul works as an extra. On a film set,...  

02/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

A Dangerous Method sets love affair in the beginnings of Psychoanalysis

A Dangerous Method sets love affair in the beginnings of Psychoanalysis

Canadian director David Cronenberg today presented his latest film, the eagerly-awaited German/Canadian co-production A Dangerous Method at the Venice International Film Festival. In 1904, Sabina...  

02/09/2011 | Venice 2011 | Competition

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