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

Oblivion Verses: Remembrance of things past

Oblivion Verses: Remembrance of things past

VENICE 2017: In his first feature, selected for Venice's Orizzonti, Iranian director Alireza Khatami proves that there is life to magic realism that extends far beyond Latin America  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

The Ark of Disperata: Rebirth is possible

The Ark of Disperata: Rebirth is possible

VENICE 2017: The new film by Edoardo Winspeare, included in the competition in the Orizzonti section, narrates yet another tale set in Salento, the filmmaker’s birthplace  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

Foxtrot: Square dances in round holes

Foxtrot: Square dances in round holes

VENICE 2017: Samuel Maoz’s new movie tells three stories preoccupied with young Israeli conscripts, the Holocaust and the country’s uneasy relationship with its neighbours  

03/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

La Mélodie: Music for the masses

La Mélodie: Music for the masses

VENICE 2017: Kad Merad goes full Michelle Pfeiffer in Rachid Hami’s crowd-pleaser, which owes a huge debt to Dangerous Minds, with an added helping of string instruments  

02/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Out of competition

Rome, the capital of Tainted Souls

Rome, the capital of Tainted Souls

VENICE 2017: Matteo Botrugno and Daniele Coluccini have adapted the Walter Siti novel, crafting a patchwork of lives in the working-class suburbs  

02/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Giornate degli Autori

The European Film Forum goes to Venice

The European Film Forum goes to Venice

VENICE 2017: The discussions to be held at the Italian festival on 3-4 September will focus on virtual reality and the future of audiovisual policy and support programmes  

02/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Industry

Lean on Pete: Beating a dead horse

Lean on Pete: Beating a dead horse

VENICE 2017: British director Andrew Haigh's latest is an adaptation of a novel by singer and author Willy Vlautin and something of a departure from his previous work  

02/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

Hunting Season: Feelings that need to be exposed

Hunting Season: Feelings that need to be exposed

VENICE 2017: In her film screening in the Critics’ Week, debutant Argentinian director Natalia Garagiola observes a father-son relationship in need of mutual maturation  

02/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | International Critics’ Week

Crater: A neomelodic singer in search of freedom

Crater: A neomelodic singer in search of freedom

VENICE 2017: The first fiction feature film by Silvia Luzi and Luca Bellino tells the story of a Neapolitan father trying to cash in on the musical talent of his adolescent daughter  

02/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | International Critics' Week

Longing: Learning to become a father

Longing: Learning to become a father

VENICE 2017: Israeli director Savi Gabizon returns after a 14-year hiatus with his new film, an acute and fascinating reflection on paternity and how to smile in the face of death  

01/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Giornate degli Autori

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