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26 articles available in total starting from 25/07/2018. Last article published on 10/09/2018.

Review: Never Look Away

Review: Never Look Away

VENICE 2018: Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck returns with a film inspired by the life of the German artist Gerhard Richter, aimed at an audience born after the fall of the Berlin Wall  

04/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Competition

Review: At Eternity’s Gate

Review: At Eternity’s Gate

VENICE 2018: Inadvertently following in Loving Vincent’s footsteps, Julian Schnabel presents a gentle tale about Vincent van Gogh that, save for gorgeous visuals, brings little new to the table  

04/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Competition

Jacques Audiard  • Director

Interview: Jacques Audiard • Director

“I always think I’m making French films with subtitles”

VENICE 2018: Cineuropa met up with Palme d’Or-winning director Jacques Audiard to discuss his surprise venture into western territory with The Sisters Brothers  

04/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Competition

Sudabeh Mortezai • Director of Joy

Interview: Sudabeh Mortezai • Director of Joy

"It was very shocking to me that there were women exploiting other women"

VENICE 2018: We have met up with director Sudabeh Mortezai, who has presented her second feature, Joy  

04/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Giornate degli Autori

Roberto Minervini • Director of What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?

Interview: Roberto Minervini • Director of What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?

"It’s the story of America's subsoil"

VENICE 2018: Documentary filmmaker Roberto Minervini talks about his latest film, What You Gonna Do When the World's on Fire?  

03/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Competition

Review: What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?

Review: What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?

VENICE 2018: Roberto Minervini's new film about racial division in the United States is an authentic and well-observed documentary  

03/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Competition

David Oelhoffen  • Director

Interview: David Oelhoffen • Director

“There is nothing romantic about a criminal life”

VENICE 2018: Returning to the Lido with the thriller Close Enemies, French director David Oelhoffen flirts with the genre but ultimately chooses to keep things real  

03/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Competition

Elsa Amiel • Director of Pearl

Interview: Elsa Amiel • Director of Pearl

"I liked that contrast between pain and pleasure in bodybuilding"

VENICE 2018: French director Elsa Amiel talked to us about her feature debut, Pearl  

03/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Giornate degli Autori

Review: The Sisters Brothers

Review: The Sisters Brothers

VENICE 2018: Jacques Audiard continues his exploration of violence and emotion with a very effective twilight western set in America in 1851  

02/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Competition

Review: Close Enemies

Review: Close Enemies

VENICE 2018: After the award-winning Far From Men, David Oelhoffen is back at Venice with a face-off between Matthias Schoenaerts and Reda Kateb that ultimately drowns in clichés  

02/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Competition

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