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

The Insult: “You talkin’ to me?!”

The Insult: “You talkin’ to me?!”

VENICE 2017: Ziad Doueiri's fourth film is particularly strong when recounting the lack of working rights of refugees in Lebanon and showing that historic communal trauma is a universal phenomenon  

01/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

Review: Zama

Review: Zama

VENICE 2017: Lucrecia Martel’s new directorial effort is her most baffling and ambitious work to date, tackling Spanish colonial rule in South America in the 18th century  

01/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Out of competition

Human Flow: Images to shame the world

Human Flow: Images to shame the world

VENICE 2017: Artist Ai Weiwei is in the Venice competition with this documentary shot in 2015 and 2016, uncovering the growing crisis of displaced people across the globe  

01/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Competition

The Order of Things: When fiction reveals a hidden truth

The Order of Things: When fiction reveals a hidden truth

VENICE 2017: Andrea Segre's film pre-empts the recent Paris Summit on possible solutions to the migrant crisis  

01/09/2017 | Venice 2017 | Special Screenings

Pin Cushion: An adolescence from hell

Pin Cushion: An adolescence from hell

VENICE 2017: An intimate and fierce social critique, Deborah Haywood’s British film has opened the 32nd International Critics’ Week out of competition  

31/08/2017 | Venice 2017 | International Critics' Week

Review: Under the Tree

Review: Under the Tree

VENICE 2017: Icelandic director Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurðsson returns with a dry, dark satire on dismantling social and personal conventions, screening in Orizzonti  

31/08/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

EXCLUSIVE: Venice's Orizzonti entry Oblivion Verses unveils poster

EXCLUSIVE: Venice's Orizzonti entry Oblivion Verses unveils poster

The feature debut by Iranian filmmaker in exile Alireza Khatami will have its world premiere on the Lido  

31/08/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

Samui Song: Female oppression and the imperfect crime

Samui Song: Female oppression and the imperfect crime

VENICE 2017: Pen-ek Ratanaruang opens the 14th Giornate degli Autori with a Hitchcock-inspired thriller, containing hints of social satire and blurring the lines between reality and fiction  

31/08/2017 | Venice 2017 | Giornate degli Autori

Endangered Species: “You’re not going to recognise me”

Endangered Species: “You’re not going to recognise me”

VENICE 2017: Solitude and estrangement in marital and parent-child relations are portrayed through three fragmented tales fiercely intertwined by Gilles Bourdos  

31/08/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

Nico, 1988: Girl after a band

Nico, 1988: Girl after a band

VENICE 2017: In the opening film of the Venice Film Festival’s Orizzonti section, director Susanna Nicchiarelli focuses on the twilight years of iconic singer Nico  

30/08/2017 | Venice 2017 | Orizzonti

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