Italo helmer Roberta Torre's "I baci mai dati" (Lost Kisses) will open the Venice Film Festival's Controcampo Italiano section dedicated to new trends in Italian cinema.
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Provocative Gallic auteur Catherine Breillat's "Sleeping Beauty" and hot South Korean helmer Hong Sang-soo's "Oki's Movie" will bookend the Venice Film Festival's Horizons section dedicated to…
As Cannes winds down, the Venice Film Festival, which runs Sept. 1-11, looks set to have a strong Asian accent with John Woo's martial arts actioner "Reign of Assassins" and Johnny To's hitman…
The Venice Film Festival is forging a close rapport with Russia through a "Festival of Italian Cinema: from Venice to Moscow" event to be hosted by Lido topper Marco Mueller.
The Venice Film Festival is stepping into the multidisciplinary-arts realm by overhauling its competitive Horizons section to include works in all formats.
The Venice Film Festival will honor John Woo with its Golden Lion for lifetime achievement, recognizing the helmer as "an innovator of the contemporary language of cinema."
Magnolia Pictures has acquired North American rights to Luca Guadagnino's "I Am Love."
Venice competition title "Lourdes" has been acquired by New York-based Palisades Tartan for U.S. distribution.
"Lebanon" is the winner of the 66th Venice Film Festival Golden Lion.
India is on the verge of a fresh influx of more Western-style narrative film.