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Venice 2014


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

“Venice is now on the agenda”

“Venice is now on the agenda”

VENICE 2014: Pascal Diot comments on the wheeling and dealing at the third Venice Film Market  

05/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Market

Getting to know your children at The Dinner

Getting to know your children at The Dinner

VENICE 2014: Ivano De Matteo delves into the lives of two middle-class families recovering from the shock of a stupid stunt carried out by their respective children, ending in tragedy  

05/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days

No One’s Child triumphant at the Venice Critics’ Week

No One’s Child triumphant at the Venice Critics’ Week

VENICE 2014: Vuk Ršumović's film has taken home the RaroVideo Audience Award for Best Film  

05/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Critics’ Week

No One's Child, the wild boy from Sarajevo

No One's Child, the wild boy from Sarajevo

VENICE 2014: The debut film by Vuk Rsumovic tackles a universal topic, offering moments of rare beauty to which the diminutive main character contributes a great deal  

05/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Critics’ Week

The Venice Days Award goes to Return to Ithaca

The Venice Days Award goes to Return to Ithaca

VENICE 2014: The jury, which comprises the participants in the European Parliament’s “28 Times Cinema” programme, has chosen Laurent Cantet’s film  

05/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days

Distribution deals signed at the Venice Film Market

Distribution deals signed at the Venice Film Market

VENICE 2014: The 3rd edition of the Market has come to a successful close, as the number of titles sold has increased. A good performance was also recorded for the European Gap-Financing...  

05/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Market

The Last Hammer Blow, but a gentle one

The Last Hammer Blow, but a gentle one

VENICE 2014: The second feature film by Alix Delaporte, which follows a 14-year-old boy who fears losing his mother and finds his father, is overwhelmingly moving  

05/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Competition

German films turn heads at Venice

German films turn heads at Venice

VENICE 2014: The Cut, Von Caligari zu Hitler and The Council of Birds represent the whole spectrum of German filmmaking  

05/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Germany

When Ferrara meets Pasolini

When Ferrara meets Pasolini

VENICE 2014: The New York director reconstructs the last days of the great Italian poet and filmmaker  

04/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Competition

Return to Ithaca for Laurent Cantet

Return to Ithaca for Laurent Cantet

VENICE 2014: After Seven Days in Havana, the director returns to Cuba to tell the story of five friends on a rooftop terrace who, from dusk until dawn, reminisce on youth and lost hopes  

04/09/2014 | Venice 2014 | Venice Days