The Venice Film Festival will honor "Rebel Without a Cause" helmer Nicholas Ray with a day dedicated to his work, including the world preem of a new version of his cult 1976 pic, "We Can't Go Home…
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Constantin Film's Martin Moszkowicz will receive Variety's Achievement in International Film Award at this year's Venice Film Festival.
The strong English-language selection bolsters the Lido's standing as a prime awards-season platform. And with 65 world premieres, this marks the first time in the Lido's postwar history that every…
The Venice Film Festival has announced the lineup of its cutting-edge Horizons section, which will feature a rich mix of narrative pics and more experimental works, including world preems from…
The Venice Film Festival has announced that U.S. helmer Whit Stillman's laffer "Damsels in Distress," about a trio of beautiful girls who wreak havoc at a grungy East Coast college, will be its…
The Venice Film Festival's independently run Venice Days section has unveiled a strong mix of name auteurs and promising newcomers in its lineup of 12 titles, 10 of which are world preems.
The Venice Film Festival's Critics' Week has unveiled a largely Eurocentric lineup of nine first works, all world preems, competing in its 26th edition.
The Venice Film Festival's Controcampo Italiano section dedicated to new trends in Italian cinema will open with ''Scialla!'', the directorial debut of prominent Italo scribe Francesco Bruni.
U.S. producer Fred Roos, longtime collaborator of both Francis Ford Coppola and Sofia Coppola, has been recruited for jury duty by the Venice Film Festival for its Luigi De Laurentiis Award given to…
U.S.-based Iranian helmer Amir Naderi's "Cut," a poetic homage to Yakuza movies, will open the Venice Film Festival's cutting-edge Horizons section, which has also announced its jury roster.
The Venice Film Festival has recruited Todd Haynes, David Byrne and Gallic auteur Andre Techine among jurors for its main competition.