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158 articles available in total starting from 12/02/2018. Last article published on 02/11/2018.

Still Recording scoops two awards in Venice's International Film Critics’ Week

Still Recording scoops two awards in Venice's International Film Critics’ Week

VENICE 2018: Blonde Animals by Alexia Walther and Maxime Matray also wins a prize  

08/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics’ Week/Awards

Review: You Have the Night

Review: You Have the Night

VENICE 2018: In his first feature film, Ivan Salatić gives a feeling of lifelessness and desolation to a space where life is slowly disappearing  

07/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics' Week

Attendance increases at the Venice Production Bridge

Attendance increases at the Venice Production Bridge

The third edition of the Venice Film Festival's industry initiative welcomed a total of 2,470 professionals  

07/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Industry

Mario Martone • Director

Interview: Mario Martone • Director

"Emancipation via a group experience in Capri"

VENICE 2018: Neapolitan director Mario Martone is competing at Venice Film Festival with Capri-Revolution, and talked to us about it  

07/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Competition

Review: One Nation, One King

Review: One Nation, One King

VENICE 2018: Pierre Schoeller paints a captivating and uneven fresco portraying the early years of the French Revolution  

07/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Out of Competition

Review: The Summer House

Review: The Summer House

VENICE 2018: In her newest film, actress-director Valeria Bruni Tedeschi once again touches upon her own life  

07/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Out of Competition

Review: 1938 Diversi

Review: 1938 Diversi

VENICE 2018: Italy’s Giorgio Treves directs an in-depth and valid investigation into some very difficult years in recent Italian history  

07/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Out of Competition

Review: M

Review: M

VENICE 2018: Shown in Venice's International Film Critics’ Week, Anna Eriksson’s take on Marilyn Monroe swaps movie star glamour for relentless despair  

07/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | International Film Critics’ Week

Review: Manta Ray

Review: Manta Ray

VENICE 2018: Phuttiphong Aroonpheng puts his name to an atmospheric and cryptic first film which shows great promise in terms of form, but which verges on the abstract  

07/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Orizzonti

Review: Truk

Review: Truk

VENICE 2018: The engrossing debut by French director Sarah Marx deals with prison and depression  

07/09/2018 | Venice 2018 | Orizzonti

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