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Filipino director Lav Diaz picks up the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival for 'The Woman Who Left', while the runner-up Silver Lion is split between Andrei Konchalovsky for Holocaust drama 'Rai'
Lav Diaz’s ‘The Woman Who Left’ (‘Ang Babaeng Humayo’) has won the Golden Lion award for Best Film at the 73rd Venice Film Festival.
There’s very little that’s not been said, read or written about the Kennedy’s but director Pablo Larrain’s Jackie aims to tell a different tale.
British actor Jude Law stars as the Pope in HBO's new miniseries 'The Young Pope' by Italian director Paolo Sorrentino.
Screened at the Venice Film Festival, 'The War Show' is a documentary about the Syrian conflict told from the point of view of a former radio DJ and her friends.
The 73rd Venice Film Festival is up and running with the world premiere of the musical 'La La Land', directed by Damien Chazelle and starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling.
There is much excitement in the air ahead of this year’s Venice Film Festival which is once again being seen as the launch pad for the industry’s award season.
An unknown first-time director has won one of world cinema’s most prestigious prizes, Venice’s Golden Lion. Lorenzo Vigas, for his film “From Afar”
A film about forbidden love set on South Pacific island, ‘Tanna’, has had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival. The film tells the
French director Bertrand Tavernier was awarded a Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement at the Venice Film Festival on Tuesday (September 8). Receiving
Danish director Tobias Lindholm is teaming up again with Pilou Asbaek of the hit tv series ‘Borgen’ for the drama ‘A War’ screened at the Horizons
The Venice Film Festival has kicked off in style with a number of world premieres including ‘A Bigger Splash’ starring Ralph Fiennes, Dakota Johnson
Actors Mark Ruffalo, Stanley Tucci, Rachel McAdams and director Tom McCarthy were at the Venice Film Festival to present the movie ‘Spotlight’. The
As the film premiered out of competition in Venice, the cast of Everest talked of the difficulties of filming in gruelling conditions and the responsibility of depicting real-life events.
The first red carpet of the Venice Film Festival was filled with the stars of the mountainous thriller Everest, along with members of the event’s
Everest opens the 72nd Venice Film Festival. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Keira Knightley, it is based on the 1996 climbers' disaster on the world's highest peak.
The world’s oldest surviving film festival is getting underway in Venice – the 72nd edition of what’s locally called La Mostra brings with it 11
Running from September 2-12, Hollywood names dominate the bill with the festival quickly becoming a key primer for Oscar season.
The title is a gateway into the universe of director Roy Andersson and the “the final part of a trilogy about being a human being.” In a succession
He is 74 years young and still going strong. Al Pacino hit the red carpet at the Venice film festival where the iconic US actor stars in two movies
Over the decades, the Venice Film Festival has earned a reputation for tackling controversial, political and social issues head on… And this year has
Euthanasia is controversial and opinion dividing in several countries, but the makers of Israeli movie, “The Farewell Party” are hoping the jury at
A stellar trio made up of actresses Chiara Mastroianni, her mother Catherine Deneuve and Charlotte Gainsbourg hit the carpet in Venice for the
The Look of Silence, directed by Joshua Oppenheimer, is the only documentary competing at the Venice Film Festival. It follows the lives of an
The Venice Film Festival opened with a a screening of “Birdman”, and stars Michael Keaton, Emma Stone and Edward Norton were with director Alejandro
The 71st Venice film festival which is the world’s oldest has opened with the premier of “Birdman”. It is the first offering of 20 films in
Israeli filmmaker Amos Gitaï‘s new film, ‘Ana Arabia’ or ‘Me, the Arab’ tells the true story of a holocaust survivor who comes to the young state of
Filmmaker and key player of Italian neo-realism Carlo Lizzani has died at 91. He reportedly fell from the third floor balcony of his Rome home, a