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Venice 2014


79 articles available in total starting from 03/06/2014. Last article published on 11/09/2014.

Blood Cells: a post-traumatic Britain

Blood Cells: a post-traumatic Britain

British newcomers Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull have presented their first feature film in Venice's Biennale College - Cinema sidebar  

11/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Biennale College Cinema

On the Bride's Side: a lacy free pass to Schengen

On the Bride's Side: a lacy free pass to Schengen

VENICE 2014: The Palestinian-Italian film, presented as a world premiere in the Orizzonti section, is a crazy act of solidarity with those who are fleeing the fighting in Syria  

11/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Orizzonti

Change is the only constant in Villa Touma

Change is the only constant in Villa Touma

VENICE 2014: Three spinster sisters cling desperately to the past in the new film by Suha Arraf  

10/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Critics’ Week

Desplat: “We wanted to be amazed”

Desplat: “We wanted to be amazed”

VENICE 2014: The competition jury of the 71st Venice Festival, helmed by the famous French musician, comments on the films that won awards  

06/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Jury

The Golden Lion goes to Roy Andersson, Silver Lion to Andrej Konchalovskij

The Golden Lion goes to Roy Andersson, Silver Lion to Andrej Konchalovskij

VENICE 2014: The Grand Jury Prize goes to The Look of Silence by Joshua Oppenheimer, Best Actor Awards to the stars of Hungry Hearts  

06/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Awards

FIPRESCI Prize goes to The Look of Silence

FIPRESCI Prize goes to The Look of Silence

VENICE 2014: Vuk Ršumović's No One's Child also awarded by the international critics in the parallel sections. All the Collateral Awards have been unveiled  

06/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Awards

Patria: 30 years of Italian history 60 metres high

Patria: 30 years of Italian history 60 metres high

VENICE 2014: In Felice Farina’s new film, three workers go out onto a factory tower to protest against layoffs and commemorate thirty years of Italian history  

06/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days

"Cinecittà, mon amour": debate on the future of the legendary Rome-based studios

"Cinecittà, mon amour": debate on the future of the legendary Rome-based studios

VENICE 2014: (In Italian) Venice hosts an impassioned debate on the Cinecittà studios, a national treasure that has become a private enterprise, whose fate could serve as a model for the rest of...  

06/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Events/Market

The Dinner wins the Europa Cinemas Label

The Dinner wins the Europa Cinemas Label

VENICE 2014: The film directed by Ivano De Matteo was awarded Best European Film at Venice Days. The Queer Lion Award went to Summer Nights, while Olmo Antinori got Best Actor  

06/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days

The Farewell Party: it’s OK to laugh about death

The Farewell Party: it’s OK to laugh about death

After receiving the BNL Audience Award at Venice Days, the dramatic comedy about euthanasia by Israeli duo Tal Granit & Sharon Maymon will be screened in Toronto  

06/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days