December 1, 2022

Abstact Arts

Spearheading Arts Goodness

Venice Film Competition 2021 Lineup

4 min read

New movies by Denis Villeneuve and Pedro Almodóvar are heading to Venice, the place Bong Joon Ho will lead the competition jury.

The 2021 Cannes Film Pageant introduced the worldwide film circuit again to everyday living in roaring fashion previously this thirty day period (French filmmaker Julia Ducournau became the second girl director to get the Palme d’Or many thanks to Neon release “Titane”), and next up are the trio of key tumble film festivals in September: the Venice Film Festival, Telluride Film Pageant, and Toronto Global Movie Pageant. Venice is first out of the gate by launching its 78th version Wednesday, September 1. The lineup for Venice 2021 has now been discovered.

As earlier declared, Pedro Almodóvar will kick off the 2021 Venice Film Pageant with the entire world premiere of his new drama “Parallel Mothers.” The movie will debut in opposition and vie for the festival’s top rated prize, the Golden Lion. “Parallel Mothers” is penned and directed by Almodóvar, and stars equally typical and new collaborators, like Penélope Cruz, Milena Smit, Israel Elejalde, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Julieta Serrano, and Rossy De Palma. Almodóvar attended Venice very last calendar year to environment premiere his small film “The Human Voice” out of competitors. Venice was the rare 2020 festival that held an in-person occasion irrespective of the pandemic.

Also introduced prior to the official lineup announcement is the entire world premiere of Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune,” set for Friday, September 3. The science-fiction epic is debuting out of level of competition.

Final year’s Golden Lion winner was Chloe Zhao’s “Nomadland,” which went on to earn the Academy Awards for Ideal Photo and Ideal Director. The 2019 Golden Lion winner was “Joker,” which acquired 11 Oscar nominations and won Joaquin Phoenix the Academy Award for Ideal Actor. Suffice to say, Venice winners typically go on to have extensive legs during the awards season that follows the competition. Other recent Venice winners contain “Roma” and Very best Picture winner “The Form of Water.”

Zhao will return to Venice this 12 months as a member of the levels of competition jury, which is remaining presided more than by “Parasite” Oscar winner Bong Joon Ho. The “Snowpiercer” and “Parasite” Oscar winner will be the initial human being from South Korea to serve as the president of the film festival’s seven-individual jury. Venice artistic director Alberto Barbera hailed Bong as “one of the most reliable and first voices in worldwide cinema.” Further competitors jurors are actor Virginie Efira, actress Cynthia Erivo, actress Sarah Gadon, director Saverio Costanzo, and Alexander Nanau.

The 2021 Venice Film Festival operates September 1-11. Verify out the formal lineup for the festival under.

Opening Night time
“Parallel Mothers,” Pedro Almodóvar (in level of competition)

Opposition/Venezia 78
“Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon,” Ana Lily Amirpour
“Un Autre Monde,” Stephanie Brize
“The Electrical power of the Doggy,” Jane Campion
“America Latina,” Damiano D’Innocenzo and Fabio D’Innocenzo
“L’Evenement,” Audrey Diwan
“Official Competition,” Gaston Duprat and Mariana Cohn
“Il Buco,” Michelangelo Frammartino
“Sundown,” Michel Franco
“Illusions Perdues,” Xavier Giannoli
“The Lost Daughter,” Maggie Gyllenhaal
“Spencer,” Pablo Larrain
“Freaks Out,” Gabrielle Mainetti
“Qui Rido Io,” Mario Martone
“On the Work: The Missing 8,” Erik Matti
“Leave No Traces,” Jan P. Matuszynski
“Captain Volkonogov Escaped,” Natasha Merkulova and Aleksey Chupov
“The Card Counter,” Paul Schrader
“The Hand of God,” Paolo Sorrentino
“Reflection,” Valentyn Vasyanovych
“La Caja,” Lorenzo Vigas

Out of Competitors (Fiction)
“Il Bambino Nascosto,” Roberto Ando (closing film of the festival)
“Les Choses Humaines,” Yvan Attal
“Ariaferma,” Leonardo di Costanzo
“Halloween Kills,” David Gordon Eco-friendly
“La Scoula Cattolica,” Stefano Mordini
“Old Henry,” Potsy Ponciroli
“The Final Duel,” Ridley Scott
“Dune,” Denis Villeneuve
“Last Evening in Soho,” Edgar Wright
“Scenes From a Marriage” (Episodes 1-5), Hagai Levi

Out of Competitiveness (Non Fiction)
“Life of Criminal offense 1984-2020,” Jon Alpert
“Tranchees,” Loup Bureau
“Viaggio Nel Crepuscolo,” Augusto Contento
“Republic of Silence,” Diana el Jeiroudi
“Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Music,” Daniel Geller and Dayna Goldfine
“Deandre#Deandre Storia Di Un Impiegato,” Roberta Lena
“Django and Django,” Luca Rea
“Ezio Bosso. Le Cose Che Restano,” Giorgio Verdelli

Out of Competitiveness (Special Screenings)
“Le 7 Giornate di Bergamo,” Simona Ventura
“Il Cinema Al Tempo del Covid,” Andrea Segre

Out of Opposition (Quick Movies)
“Plastic Semiotic,” Radu Jude
“The Night,” Tsai Ming-Liang
“Sad Film,” Vasili (Pseudonym)

“Les Promesses,” Thomas Kruithof
“Atlantide,” Yuri Ancarani
“Miracle,” Bogdan George Apetri
“Pilgrims,” Laurynas Bareisa
“Il Paradiso Del Pavone,” Laura Bispuri
“The Falls,” Chung Mong-Hong
“El Hoyo en la Cerca,” Joaquin Del Paso
“Amira,” Mohamed Diab
“A Plein Temps,” Eric Gravel
“107 Moms,” Peter Kerekes
“Vera Desires of the Sea,” Kaltrina Krasniqi
“White Creating,” Kavich Neang
“Anatomy of Time,” Jakrawal Nilthamrong
“El Otro Tom,” Rodrigo Pla and Laura Santullo
“El Gran Movimiento,” Kiro Russo
“Once Upon a Time in Calcutta,” Aditya Vikram Sengupta
“Rhino,” Oleg Sentsov
“True Things,” Harry Wootliff
“Inu-Oh,” Yuasa Masaaki

Horizons/Orizzonti Further
“Land of Desires,” Sherin Neshat and Shoja Azari
“Costa Brava,” Mounia Akl
“Mama, I’m Residence,” Vladimir Bitokov
“Ma Nuit,” Antoinette Boulat
“La Ragazza Ha Volato,” Wilma Labate
“7 Prisoners,” Alexandre Moratto
“The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic,” Teemu Nikki
“La Macchina Delle Immagini di Alfredo C.,” Roland Sejko

Signal Up: Keep on prime of the latest breaking film and Television set news! Signal up for our E mail Newsletters below.

Copyright @ | Newsphere by AF themes.