"Chengdu, wo ai ni," (Chengdu, I Love You), a collaboration between Hong Kong helmer Fruit Chan and Chinese rockstar Cui Jian, will be the closer of the upcoming Venice Film Festival, which is…
Venice Film Festival
Fifteen world preems, some from name auteurs such as Goran Paskaljevic, Claude Miller and Alex Van Warmerdam, along with four first works and other potential discoveries, are set for Venice Days, the…
The Venice Film Festival is riding the 3-D wave all the way, launching a nod for best 3-D stereoscopic film of the year.
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The Venice Film Festival has announced the complete juries for its cutting-edge Horizons sidebar, for its Lion of the Future first works prize, and for its shorts section, which sees cult U.S. helmer…
The Venice Film Festival's Critics' Week has unveiled its lineup featuring 10 world preems with a largely Eurocentric focus, complemented by two topical Iranian works, and one from South Korea.
The upcoming Venice Film Festival is shaping up as a launching pad for plenty of U.S. kudos hopefuls, a strong European lineup and new works from big-name helmers including Steven Soderbergh, Michael…
Drastic funding cuts to the arts planned by the Silvio Berlusconi government prompted Italy's film community on Monday to stage a protest in front of parliament with some industryites threatening a…
Variety will partner with the Venice Biennale and Venezia News to produce a bilingual daily during the 66th Venice Film Festival, which runs Sept. 2-12.
The 66th Venice Film Festival will fete Italian comedy maestro Mario Monicelli with a screening of "La Grande guerra" (The Great War), his acclaimed tragicomic pacifist pic, which took the 1959…
Giuseppe Tornatore's lavish Sicilian epic "Baaria" will open the Venice Film Festival's upcoming 66th edition, marking the first time in two decades the Lido has kicked off with an Italian film.