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15 articles available in total starting from 25/07/2008. Last article published on 06/09/2008.

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Rezza and Mastrella turn the table on critics

Under the pretence of collecting extra material for their first DVD compilation, of short films made in the 1990s, Antonio Rezza and Flavia Mastrella interviewed some of Italy’s most well-known...  

06/09/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days/Italy

Rosa “scratches” beneath the surface of marital bliss

Rosa “scratches” beneath the surface of marital bliss

Polish director Michał Rosa’s sixth feature film, Scratch, is a raw and intimate look at the ramifications of suspicion on a close couple after decades of marriage. The film’s official screening...  

04/09/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days/Poland

One Day in a Life took ten years to hit screens

Ten years in the making, screenwriter-critic-filmmaker Stefano Tummolini’s independent feature debut One Day in a Life, the only Italian feature in Venice Days this year, screened to enthusiastic...  

04/09/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days/Italy

Aprahamian’s Broken Lines wholly engaging

Yet another very enthusiastic response greeted the ninth Venice Days title on the Lido, Broken Lines, the feature debut by acclaimed television and theatre director Sallie Aprahamian. The film...  

03/09/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days/UK

Crialese’s “children” grow up in moving documentary

Camille d’Arcimoles’ medium-length documentary Che Saccio (which literally means “what do I know?” in Sicilian) palpably touched audiences today for its intimate, honest portrayal of two young...  

02/09/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days/Italy

Verheyde’s autobiographical Stella shines bright

Yet another standing ovation from Venice Days audiences, this time for Sylvie Verheyde’s third feature film, Stella. The actress-screenwriter-director turned to her childhood for inspiration, to...  

01/09/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days/France

A Country Teacher hits the Lido

Bohdan Slamá’s third feature film, A Country Teacher, perceptibly moved audiences after its public screening tonight, earning a long applause and a standing ovation. The story about a gay,...  

01/09/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days/Czech Republic

Valkeapää brings beguiling Visitor to the Lido

Jukka-Pekka Valkeapää’s debut feature The Visitor screened to an enthusiastic public in the Venice fest sidebar Venice Days. Mysterious and sparse, the film centres on the unnamed Boy (Vitali...  

31/08/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days/Finland

Hooked hooks audience at its world premiere

A prolific shorts filmmaker with a number of television projects to his name, Romanian director Adrian Sitaru’s enigmatic feature debut Hooked was very well received at its public screening today....  

30/08/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days/Romania

A Country Teacher begins international tour

A Country Teacher begins international tour

Czech cinema returns to the Venice International Film Festival with Bohdan Slama's third film, A Country Teacher, screening in the Venice Days section. After Venice, A Country Teacher heads to...  

30/08/2008 | Venice 2008 | Venice Days

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