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Venice 2020


16 articles available in total starting from 16/01/2020. Last article published on 07/08/2020.

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EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Film Critics’ Week title Thou Shalt Not Hate

EXCLUSIVE: Trailer for Film Critics’ Week title Thou Shalt Not Hate

The Italian-Polish co-production directed by Mauro Mancini to be world premiered at Venice International Film Critics' Week in September. The film tells the story of a Jewish doctor who rescues a...  

07/08 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Quentin Dupieux, Luca Guadagnino and Abel Ferrara selected out of competition on the Lido

Quentin Dupieux, Luca Guadagnino and Abel Ferrara selected out of competition on the Lido

Lasciami andare by Stefano Mordini will be Venice’s closing film; the special events include the series 30 Coins, directed by Álex de la Iglesia  

28/07 | Venice 2020 | Out of Competition

The Ties by Daniele Luchetti to open the 77th Venice Film Festival

The Ties by Daniele Luchetti to open the 77th Venice Film Festival

The pre-opening film will be Andrea Segre’s Molecole, shot in Venice during the lockdown; the members of the various juries have also been announced  

28/07 | Venice 2020

Venice kick-starts international film again

Venice kick-starts international film again

From 2-12 September, the Venice Film Festival will offer a post-COVID, physical edition that is more streamlined than usual, but as varied and as international as ever  

28/07 | Venice 2020 | Competition/Orizzonti

Travel, empathy, courage: the Giornate degli Autori unveils its programme

Travel, empathy, courage: the Giornate degli Autori unveils its programme

Ten films in competition, most of them from Eastern Europe, 4 special events, and 11 titles in the Venetian Nights lineup constitute the 17th edition of Venice's autonomous section  

24/07 | Venice 2020 | Giornate degli Autori

"Venice is key to getting things going again," insists the International Film Critics’ Week

"Venice is key to getting things going again," insists the International Film Critics’ Week

The Venetian event will boast seven first works in competition, all of which screened in world premieres, an opening film bearing the name of Terrence Malick and a closing slot dedicated to Rossellini  

22/07 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Giorgio Gosetti  • General Delegate, Giornate degli Autori

Interview: Giorgio Gosetti • General Delegate, Giornate degli Autori

“We’re lucky enough to have had more time; we need to set about researching models which can be helpful for us in the future”

We chatted with General Delegate Giorgio Gosetti about the new developments gracing the next edition of the Giornate degli Autori, which is scheduled to unspool in Venice from 2–12 September  

20/07 | Venice 2020 | Giornate degli Autori

Nadav Lapid to chair the Giornate degli Autori jury at Venice

Nadav Lapid to chair the Giornate degli Autori jury at Venice

The Israeli director, who won the Golden Bear at Berlin, is to head up the jury composed of 27 young European film aficionados that will hand out the GdA Director’s Award  

15/07 | Venice 2020 | Giornate degli Autori

The Venice Film Festival announces a pared-down programme, but with the main sections intact

The Venice Film Festival announces a pared-down programme, but with the main sections intact

The gathering is getting rid of Sconfini, but has confirmed the competitive Venice 77 and Orizzonti sections, Out of Competition and Biennale College Cinema; the VR competition will unspool online  

07/07 | Venice 2020

The Book of Vision to open the Venice Critics’ Week

The Book of Vision to open the Venice Critics’ Week

The visionary work by Carlo S Hinterman, with executive production by Terrence Malick, will open the 35th edition of the Venice Film Festival's sidebar  

06/07 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

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