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86 articles available in total starting from 10/02/2006. Last article published on 11/09/2006.

Lucky Red, 01, Mikado, and Luce's shopping bags

Lucky Red has indeed the luck to be the Italian distributor of Still Life by Jia Zhang-ke, the "surprise movie" of the Venice film festival which ended up winning the Golden Lion. Andrea...  

11/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | Market/Italy

Mirren, Queen of Hearts

Presented at the Venice awards ceremony as “Her Majesty, Helen Mirren”, the UK actress was crowned Best Actress for her turn as Queen Elizabeth II in Stephen Frears’ The Queen and the man who...  

11/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | UK

Crialese: The wild card

Crialese: The wild card

The Golden Lion came as a true surprise, and to many journalists even seemed like a compromise from a divided jury. Jury president Catherine Deneuve defended their choice: "They told us there...  

09/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | Winners’ statements

Resnais, Crialese and Frears win top honours

Resnais, Crialese and Frears win top honours

French veteran auteur Alain Resnais was awarded the Silver Lion for Best Director for Private Fears in Public Places at the 63rd Venice International Film Festival, an edition that will be...  

09/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | Awards

The Golden Door makes a splash

The Golden Door makes a splash

Several European titles stood out among the many parallel award-winners at the 63rd Venice International Film Festival, in particular Stephen Frears’ comedy The Queen (see news), winner of the...  

09/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | Parallel awards

Akamas: Reconciliation and suppression

The Horizons sidebar of the Venice Film Festival reserved its last day for a Special Event screening of the Cypriot/Turkish/Hungarian co-production Akamas. The film by Panicos Chrysanthou tells a...  

09/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | Horizons

Vicari: Journey through Italy in Ivens’ footsteps

For his documentary Il mio paese (My Country), which screened as a special event of the Horizons section of Venice Film Festival, director Daniele Vicari travelled through an Italy of factories,...  

08/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | Horizons

Daniel Sánchez Arévalo wins Europa Cinemas Label

DarkBlueAlmostBlack by Spanish director Daniel Sánchez Arévalo (see interview) was awarded the Europa Cinemas Label prize, announced today by a jury of four exhibitors. The film was produced by...  

08/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | Venice Days

Dito Montiel winner

The jury of the 21st International Critics Week – made up of Fabrizio Grosoli, Cristiana Paternò and Erfan Rashid – has unanimously awarded the International Critics Week Best Film prize of €3,000...  

08/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | Critics Week

Robbe-Grillet’s ghosts

Forty-five years after winning the Golden Lion for Last Year at Marienbad, which he wrote and Alain Resnais directed, writer-screenwriter-director Alain Robbe-Grillet is back at the Venice Film...  

08/09/2006 | Venice 2006 | Horizons

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