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57th Venice Film Festival lineup

The full line-up for the 57th Venice Film Festival:

Opening film:
Space Cowboys
Dir: Clint Eastwood, US

Closing film:
Vengo
Dir: Tony Gatlif, France-Spain

Out of competition:

Small Time Crooks
Dir: Woody Allen, US

Merci Pour Le Chocolat
Dir: Claude Chabrol, France

Brother
Dir: Takeshi Kitano, Japan-US-UK

Il Dolce Cinema
Dir: Martin Scorsese, Italy-US

Calle 54
Dir: Fernando Trueba, France-Spain

Jokes: Chapter 1 “Easter” (work in progress)
Dir: Gus Van Sant, US

“Dreams and Visions” sidebar:

Time and Tide
Dir: Tsui Hark, Hong Kong-China

Sade
Dir: Benoit Jacquot, France

U-571
Dir: Jonathan Mostow, US

Plata Quemada
Dir: Marcelo Pineyro, Argentina-Spain-Uruguay-France

The Cell
Dir: Tarsem, US

Sud Side Stori
Dir: Roberta Torre, Italy

The Princess and the Warrior
Dir: Tom Tykwer, Germany

What Lies Beneath
Dir: Robert Zemekis, US

“Cinema del presente” sidebar:

Esperando Al Mesias
Dir: Daniel Burman, Argentina

Everybody Famous! (ledereen Beroemd!)
Dir: Dominique Deruddere, Belgium

Samia
Dir: Phillipe Faucon, France

Estate Romana
Dir: Matteo Garrone, Italy

La Ville Est Tranquille
Dir: Robert Guediguian, France

Pollock
Dir: Ed Harris, US

My Generation, Documentario
Dir: Barbara Kopple, US

Possible Worlds
Dir: Robert Lepage, Canada

Adanggaman, Costa D’Avorio
Dir: Roger Gnoan M’bala

Together (Tillsammans)
Dir: Lukas Moodysson, Sweden-Denmark-Italy

Prime Gig
Dir: Gregory Mosher, US

Memento
Dir: Christopher Nolan, UK-US

The Last Resort
Dir: Paul Pawlikowski, Russia-UK

Dir Innere Sicherheit
Dir: Christopher Nolan, UK-US

Thomas In Love
Dir: Pierre Paul Renders, Belgium-France

Animali Che Attraversano La Strada
Dir: Isabella Sandri, Italy

Placido Rizzotto
Dir: Pasquale Scimeca, Italy

Suspicious River
Dir: Lynne Stopkewich, Canada

Otesanek
Dir: Jan Svankmajer, Czech Republic-UK-Japan

Moskva
Dir: Alexander Zeldovich, Russia

Critic’s Week:
Felicidades
Dir: Lucho Bender, Argentina

Scout Man
Dir: Masato Ishioka, Japan

La Faute A Voltaire
Dir: Adbel Kechiche, France

You Can Count on Me
Dir: Kenneth Lonergan, US

The Day I Became a Woman
Dir: Marzieh Meshkini, Iran

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