Venice Film Festival Moves Italian Box Office Needle With Auspicious ‘King of Laughter’ Launch

The Venice Film Festival is exerting a positive impact on the Italian box office where Mario Martone’s “The King of Laughter” (“Qui Rido Io”) got a boost over the weekend from its Lido launch that landed the Toni Servillo-starrer in the number two spot after Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.” Italy’s … Read more

A feminist film won the Golden Lion of a Venice that showed the brilliance of cinema – Tvshow – 09/13/2021

Exclusive content The note you are trying to access is exclusively for subscribers Subscribe me Know our plansand enjoy El País without limits. Pay in If you are already a subscriber you canenter with your username and password. The French director Audrey Diwan was awarded the weekend with the Golden lion from the Venice Film … Read more

The Lost Daughter Review – Venice Film Festival 2021 – nonenglishfeed

In a strong year for women behind the camera at awards ceremonies, familiar Hollywood actresses are also being given more chances to direct than in previous years. Yet unlike Robin Wright’s Land, which chose sentiment over coherence, The Lost Daughter is definitely going for something. Maggie Gyllenhaal has adapted Elena Ferrante’s novel with a provocative … Read more

Penelope Cruz makes history and wins the Volpi Cup for best actress at the Venice Film Festival

Related news Penelope Cruz has made history for our cinema. For our country. The actress has become the first woman to win the Volpi Cup, the award for best actress in the world. Venice Film Festival, the oldest of the cinematographic competitions. He has done it by beating names that sounded strong, such as Kristen … Read more

Monica Bellucci and Christian Bale’s teenage daughters make runway debut in Venice

Everything ready for the Venice Festival. The city of canals will host from September 1 the 78th edition of the most prestigious film competition in the world and within the framework of the festival, celebrations have begun such as the Dolce & Gabbana Haute Couture show. The luxury firm has had exceptional models such as … Read more

Matt Damon’s new film shot in Ireland receives mixed reviews at Venice Film Festival – nonenglishfeed

The first reviews for Matt Damon’s Irish-shot movie have arrived following its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival. erdicts are mixed among the dozen or so critics who saw historical epic The Last Duel at the festival. Matt Damon famously spent the first lockdown with his family in Dalkey, Co Dublin, when production was … Read more

The two watches that Benedict Cumberbatch has worn to the Venice Film Festival are better than any award

Benedict Cumberbatch it has always represented the understated and resounding elegance of the dandies. The actor seems to be the modern incarnation of that law established by the icons of the 19th century style: to go notoriously unnoticed; and has demonstrated it again in the Venice Film Festival. The Englishman landed at La Biennalle to … Read more

Venice Film Festival Day 2: Netflix shows its cards: ‘The Power of the Dog’ by Jane Campion and ‘It Was the Hand of God’ by Paolo Sorrentino – Movie News

Strong start to the competitive session with two titles that could perfectly be the best film of the festival at its close. Just yesterday, the artistic director of the Cannes Festival, Thierry Frémaux, was strolling through this film theme park. The Soriano who has gotten into my blood could not avoid making a one-liner (inner … Read more

Venice film festival 2021 roundup – a formidably good year on the Lido | Venice film festival 2021

Critics are allegedly very hard to please. There’s a joke told in the 19th-century drama Lost Illusions, which premiered in Venice this week. Two critics are in a boat when they see Jesus walking on the water. One says to the other: “Look at that – he can’t even swim.” Yet this year on the … Read more

Wim Wenders Film on Architecture, Omar Sharif Documentary Among Projects to Be Pitched at Venice Gap-Financing Market

A thought-provoking film about the importance of architecture by three-time Oscar nominee Wim Wenders, and an investigative documentary about the troubled life and times of Egyptian heart-throb Omar Sharif are among 30 feature film projects to be pitched as part of the 8th edition of the Venice Gap-Financing Market, which runs Sept. 3-5 at the … Read more