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76 articles available in total starting from 22/03/2017. Last article published on 12/09/2017.

Loving Pablo: Or are we?

Loving Pablo: Or are we?

VENICE 2017: Fernando León de Aranoa gives us a questionable cinematic take on the life of Pablo Escobar, screening out of competition on the Lido, and starring Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem  

07/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Out of competition

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Advertising murder and mayhem

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri: Advertising murder and mayhem

VENICE 2017: Martin McDonagh brings his acerbic wit to a competition berth at Venice, with a film that could easily be a cousin of the Coen brothers’ Fargo  

06/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

M: An ode to imperfection

M: An ode to imperfection

VENICE 2017: Actress Sara Forestier presents her directorial debut, competing in the Giornate degli Autori section. A tale of visceral love that must overcome some communicative challenges  

06/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Giornate degli Autori

Cinderella the Cat: A noir fairy tale set in the port of Naples

Cinderella the Cat: A noir fairy tale set in the port of Naples

VENICE 2017: Alessandro Rak returns after the success of The Art of Happiness with a retro sci-fi animated film inspired by Giambattista Basile's 1636 story  

06/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

Samuel Maoz  • Director

Interview: Samuel Maoz • Director

“The foxtrot is the dance of a man with his fate”

VENICE 2017: Cineuropa spoke to Israeli director Samuel Maoz about the origins and themes of his new effort, Foxtrot  

06/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

The Night I Swam: A little boy and a great journey

The Night I Swam: A little boy and a great journey

VENICE 2017: A daring work, both simple and fascinating, emanating a heady charm, bearing the hallmark of France’s Damien Manivel and Japan’s Kohei Igarashi  

05/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

The Wild Boys: Gender-bending surrealism

The Wild Boys: Gender-bending surrealism

VENICE 2017: French director Bertrand Mandico delivers his debut feature, an experimental journey to the limits of imposed gender roles, set in an undisclosed realm of wonders  

05/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | International Critics’ Week

Where Shadows Fall: A Swiss genocide

Where Shadows Fall: A Swiss genocide

VENICE 2017: Valentina Pedicini's debut fiction feature, shocking but well grounded, is based on the true story of a eugenics programme conducted on nomadic children in Switzerland  

05/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Giornate degli Autori

Una famiglia: A family always has secrets

Una famiglia: A family always has secrets

VENICE 2017: Sebastiano Riso's second film, in competition for the Golden Lion, tackles the dramatic theme of the black market for newborn babies  

05/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

My Generation: The good ol’ days

My Generation: The good ol’ days

VENICE 2017: David Batty enlists the help of Sir Michael Caine (and some other extremely chatty living legends) and tries to capture the everlasting appeal of the swinging sixties  

05/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Out of competition

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