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

The Cousin: Love thy neighbour

The Cousin: Love thy neighbour

VENICE 2017: Written and directed by Israeli actor Tzahi Grad, the film tackles the never-ending conflict that literally reaches one’s doorstep  

05/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

Victoria & Abdul: The rage of the British Raj

Victoria & Abdul: The rage of the British Raj

VENICE 2017: British director Stephen Frears’ latest comedy, starring Judi Dench as a grumpy and uncouth Queen Victoria, is playing out of competition at Venice  

04/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Out of competition

Above the Law: The story of a perfect perpetrator

Above the Law: The story of a perfect perpetrator

VENICE 2017: François Troukens and Jean-François Hensgens present a thrilling 100% Belgian film where the line between cops and thugs threatens to be dangerously blurred  

04/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Cinema in the Garden

Escaping life with The Leisure Seeker

Escaping life with The Leisure Seeker

VENICE 2017: Paolo Virzì’s much anticipated American debut stars Helen Mirren and Donald Sutherland as an unwell elderly couple travelling across America on one last trip  

04/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

The Gulf: There’s something rotten in the state of Turkey

The Gulf: There’s something rotten in the state of Turkey

VENICE 2017: Through an allegorical, dystopian story, debutant Emre Yeksan raises awareness of a possible catastrophic event, while making a clear social comment on his homeland  

04/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | International Critics’ Week

Looking for Oum Kulthum: Being a female artist in the Middle East

Looking for Oum Kulthum: Being a female artist in the Middle East

VENICE 2017: Iranian filmmaker Shirin Neshat directs a movie about the legendary Egyptian singer, a biopic that thinks outside the box, interweaving cinema and metacinema  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Giornate degli Autori

The House by the Sea: Accepting past regrets

The House by the Sea: Accepting past regrets

VENICE 2017: In his new movie, presented in Venice’s main competition, Robert Guédiguian looks back in time, surrounded by some of his favourite people  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

Reinventing Marvin: A bad start before luck changes

Reinventing Marvin: A bad start before luck changes

VENICE 2017: Anne Fontaine skilfully recounts the moving journey and quest for identity of a young boy who is very different from his oppressive milieu  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

EXCLUSIVE: Venice's Orizzonti entry The Night I Swam unveils trailer and poster

EXCLUSIVE: Venice's Orizzonti entry The Night I Swam unveils trailer and poster

The new film by French filmmaker Damien Manivel, co-directed by Japanese director Kohei Igarashi will have its world premiere on the Lido  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orrizonti

Sarah Plays a Werewolf: What it feels like for a girl

Sarah Plays a Werewolf: What it feels like for a girl

VENICE 2017: In her first feature, shown in the International Critics’ Week, Katharina Wyss proves that all these pop songs were right after all: there is nothing quite as hard as being a teenage girl  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | International Critics’ Week

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