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Venice 2020 / International Film Critics' Week


18 articles available in total starting from 06/07/2020. Last article published on 15/09/2020.

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Review: Ghosts

Review: Ghosts

VENICE 2020: Turkish director Azra Deniz Okyay breaks out with an excellent debut film featuring a cross-cutting narrative, a deserving winner of the International Film Critics’ Week Grand Prize  

15/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Alessandro Rossellini • Director of The Rossellinis

Interview: Alessandro Rossellini • Director of The Rossellinis

"I genuinely believe this film has opened my eyes"

VENICE 2020: We chatted with Alessandro Rossellini, the director of The Rossellinis, an Italian-Latvian co-production presented in competition at Venice’s International Critics’ Week  

14/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics' Week

Carlo S Hintermann • Director of The Book of Vision

Interview: Carlo S Hintermann • Director of The Book of Vision

“I wanted to blend auteur cinema with the craftsmanship of genre film”

VENICE 2020: We chatted with Carlo S Hintermann about his first fiction feature, The Book of Vision, produced by Terrence Malick  

12/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Ghosts and Bad Roads come out on top in Venice’s International Film Critics’ Week

Ghosts and Bad Roads come out on top in Venice’s International Film Critics’ Week

VENICE 2020: The features, both produced or co-produced in Europe, took home the Grand Prize and the Verona Film Club Award, respectively  

12/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week/Awards

Review: The Rossellinis

Review: The Rossellinis

VENICE 2020: Shot through with sincerity and irony, Alessandro Rossellini’s debut feature film tells many behind-the-scenes stories about the famous family  

11/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Review: The Flood Won’t Come

Review: The Flood Won’t Come

VENICE 2020: Armenia’s Marat Sargsyan delivers an intense, distorted and creatively crafted war film, intertwining abuses and metaphysics and set to a tempo punctuated by sequence shots  

10/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Marat Sargsyan • Director of The Flood Won’t Come

Interview: Marat Sargsyan • Director of The Flood Won’t Come

“When there is no information about war, there is no war”

VENICE 2020: We talked to Marat Sargsyan, director of International Film Critics' Week competitor The Flood Won’t Come – even though he has taken an oath  

10/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics' Week

EXCLUSIVE: Poster for Venice Critics’ Week title The Flood Won't Come

EXCLUSIVE: Poster for Venice Critics’ Week title The Flood Won't Come

The debut feature by Armenian filmmaker Marat Sargsyan is world-premiering in competition in Venice's 35th International Film Critics’ Week  

09/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Review: Bad Roads

Review: Bad Roads

VENICE 2020: Adapted from a stage play, this chilling debut by Natalya Vorozhbit unveils mostly pain and little hope in the war-torn Donbass region  

08/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics’ Week

Anders Ølholm and Frederik Louis Hviid • Directors of Shorta

Interview: Anders Ølholm and Frederik Louis Hviid • Directors of Shorta

“We’re a little like two bodies with one voice on set”

VENICE 2020: We talked to Anders Ølholm and Frederik Louis Hviid about their film Shorta, centred on a police incident in contemporary Denmark and playing in this year's Critics' Week  

08/09 | Venice 2020 | International Film Critics' Week

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