The 67th Venice Film Festival bows today with a return to auteur basics, kicking off with the world preem of Darren Aronofsky's psychological thriller "Black Swan."
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With Catherine Breillat's fairy-tale reboot "Sleeping Beauty" opening Venice's Horizons, France's Pyramide is back on the Lido.
Call it the end of the Lido Belle Epoque.
He says he can't drink. But vet French director Bertrand Blier might be tempted to crack open a good Premier Cru given the Gallic bow of "The Clink of Ice."
The Venice Film Festival kicks off today amid major construction on the Lido aimed at modernizing its infrastructure. But the creative structure of the fest's 67th edition -- built by artistic…
In Italy, where making movies has become a whole different ballgame from the glory days of Cinema Italiano, Aurelio De Laurentiis still emanates the grandeur of film industry royalty, backed by a…
What does a festival director want? Big-name auteurs, yes; cinematic gems, for sure; and a sprinkling of younger talent ready to grab the spotlight.
Marco Mueller is clearly straying from tried-and-tested festival templates this year, in a conceptually bold attempt to concoct a tremendously fresh and stimulating Venice.
Earlier this spring, more than one festivalgoer predicted that 2010 would be a lackluster year for Cannes and, consequently, a banner one for Venice.
Halfway through the nearly 4 1/2-hour running time of John Woo's epic "Red Cliff," two military tacticians pause to savor their momentary victory over the oppressive forces of the Han dynasty.
There are all kinds of novelities in the works at Venice.