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Venice Film Festival

  1. the festival circuit
    Meanwhile, Netflix Is Out Here at the Venice Film Festival, Taking the Top OnoreAlfonso Cuarón’s Roma is worth the hype.
  2. venice film festival
    Venice Has a Lot of Women’s Stories — and Not a Lot of Women StorytellersThere are only eight films directed by women in the official selection, and a lone woman director in this year’s 21-deep competition lineup.
  3. #metoo
    Imagine This Guy Making This ‘Weinstein Is Innocent’ Tee for Suspiria’s PremiereItalian director Luciano Silighini Garagnani donned his homemade protest top for the Venice Film Festival red carpet.
  4. venice film festival
    HBO’s My Brilliant Friend Adaptation Should’ve Been an AnimeI’m kidding? No, not really.
  5. venice film festival
    Lady Gaga Shines in A Star Is Born. But Is It Bradley Cooper’s Oscar Play?Plus the Coen brothers’ cowboy misfire, Mike Leigh’s rousing Peterloo, and more updates from the Venice Film Festival
  6. movies
    A Star Is Born Got Struck by Lightning and Still Got a Standing OvationSo yeah, it’s pretty good.
  7. venice film festival
    Suspiria Is a Bleak, Gorgeous, Radical Reimagining of Its PredecessorLuca Guadagnino’s gruesome reimagining has neither style nor substance in common with Dario Argento’s giallo classic, and it’s all the better for it.
  8. venice film festival
    At Venice, Roma’s Male Nudity Doesn’t Play for LaughsEmily Yoshida’s dispatches from the film festival.
  9. venice film festival
    Let These Photos of Lady Gaga on a Boat Be Your Substitute for Central ACGaga commutes to the Venice Film Festival.
  10. first man
    Venice Is Over the Moon for Damien Chazelle’s First ManCritics say the Neil Armstrong biopic is a giant leap for the young director.
  11. movie reviews
    One Man Calls A Star Is Born the Greatest Achievement in the History of CinemaIs Bradley Cooper the next Kubrick, Scorsese, Bergman, and Hitchcock?
  12. Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water Wins the Golden Lion at VeniceSome Oscar hopefuls got a nice boost on Saturday.
  13. the festival circuit
    Here Are Your Venice Film Festival WinnersThat’s amore.
  14. retirement
    Animation Master Hayao Miyazaki Plans to RetireThe Wind Rises could be his final film.
  15. critical mass
    Early Reviews: Gravity Is Like Being in SpaceThe movie opened the Venice Film Festival today to rave reviews.
  16. awards
    The Master’s Acting Award Cost It a Golden LionPhilip Seymour Hoffman and Joaquin Phoenix, it’s also your fault.
  17. awards
    The Master Loses Top Venice Film Festival Prize for Being Too PopularThe movie will have to make do with the directing and acting awards. 
  18. venice film festival
    Venice Film Festival Lineup: Malick, De Palma, Korine …To the Wonder! Spring Breakers! And more.
  19. hype
    George Clooney’s Ides of March Will Open the Venice Film FestivalRyan Gosling plays a scandalous press agent.
  20. venice film festival
    Did Somewhere Win Golden Lion Because of Coppola-Tarantino Bond?Jury president Tarantino accused of favoritism.
  21. oscar race 2011
    Mila Kunis Scored an Award at Venice, TooWhile Natalie Portman went home sans trophies.
  22. somewhere
    Sofia Coppola Wins the Golden Lion at Venice“Thanks to my Dad for teaching me.”
  23. somewhere
    Early Somewhere Reviews: Sofia Coppola’s Still Got It!Celebrity! Subtlety.
  24. quentin tarantino
    Quentin Tarantino Will Chair Venice Film Festival JuryBecause he’s like a rock star.
  25. apropos of nothing
    So, How Badly Will the Writers’ Strike Screw Up the Fall?Pretty badly, we bet!
  26. the take
    Ang Lee’s Critically Panned ‘Lust, Caution’ Wins in Venice. Is It This Year’s ‘Marie Antoinette’?Lousy reviews in the trades for this year’s winner of the Golden Lion.
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