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23 articles available in total starting from 26/07/2022. Last article published on 10/09/2022.

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Rebecca Zlotowski • Director of Other People’s Children

Interview: Rebecca Zlotowski • Director of Other People’s Children

“I felt that Rachel was the person I needed to be at a certain point and could not be”

VENICE 2022: We chatted with the French director, who has crafted her new feature as a cinematic confrontation with female infertility  

10/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Andrea Pallaoro • Director of Monica

Interview: Andrea Pallaoro • Director of Monica

“This is a story about a woman who returns home”

VENICE 2022: With the help of thesps Trace Lysette and Patricia Clarkson, the Italian director delves deep into the theme of forgiveness  

10/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Susanna Nicchiarelli • Director of Chiara

Interview: Susanna Nicchiarelli • Director of Chiara

“There was something about this medieval tale, with its fears, illnesses and isolation, that seemed to speak to the modern-day”

VENICE 2022: The Italian director chatted with us about her casting choices, her work on the vernacular within the film and her sources of inspiration  

10/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Alice Diop • Director of Saint Omer

Interview: Alice Diop • Director of Saint Omer

“This is a film based on words. But with so many words, you need silences, too”

VENICE 2022: The French filmmaker delivers a stunner of a movie and a real punch to the heart with her latest effort  

10/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Review: Our Ties

Review: Our Ties

VENICE 2022: A tragedy calls into question the equilibrium of a group of siblings and a family in this moving film by Roschdy Zem, which stars Sami Bouajila amongst its impeccable cast  

09/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Review: Chiara

Review: Chiara

VENICE 2022: Susanna Nicchiarelli paints a credible portrait of a revolutionary saint, as a girl and a woman, which is free from rhetorical trappings  

09/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Romain Gavras • Director of Athena

Interview: Romain Gavras • Director of Athena

"Suddenly, the neighbourhood had kind of become the Cinecittà of the banlieue"

VENICE 2022: The French director talked to us about the genesis of a film as spectacular as it is sensitive and moving  

09/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Review: The Son

Review: The Son

VENICE 2022: Florian Zeller’s sophomore feature is an uncompromising statement on depression, generational trauma and parents’ responsibilities to their children  

08/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Gianni Amelio • Director of Lord of the Ants

Interview: Gianni Amelio • Director of Lord of the Ants

“There are echoes of the present-day in my film about a homosexual poet’s trial in 1968”

VENICE 2022: In the Italian director’s eyes, the trial of Aldo Braibanti fifty years ago a is an opportunity to denounce homophobia past and present  

08/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

Emanuele Crialese • Director of L’immensità

Interview: Emanuele Crialese • Director of L’immensità

“I told the story that was in my heart”

VENICE 2022: We chatted with the Italian director about his film based on his own adolescence, before transitioning  

07/09 | Venice 2022 | Competition

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