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28 articles available in total starting from 19/07/2021. Last article published on 01/10/2021.

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Review: The Lost Daughter

Review: The Lost Daughter

Maggie Gyllenhaal tackles one of society’s biggest taboos in her stunning, disturbing directorial debut: mothers who may, or may not, regret having children  

01/10 | Zurich 2021

Venice’s Golden Lion goes to Happening by Audrey Diwan

Venice’s Golden Lion goes to Happening by Audrey Diwan

VENICE 2021: Other big European winners of the evening include Paolo Sorrentino, awarded the Jury’s Grand Prize for The Hand of God, and Penélope Cruz who scooped the Volpi Cup for Parallel Mothers  

11/09 | Venice 2021 | Awards

Jan P Matuszyński  • Director of Leave No Traces

Interview: Jan P Matuszyński • Director of Leave No Traces

“I came up with this concept that maybe I made this film out of fear”

VENICE 2021: A leading light of new Polish cinema, the director talks us through his complex true-life tale of the aftermath of a death in police custody  

11/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Stéphane Brizé  • Director of Another World

Interview: Stéphane Brizé • Director of Another World

“Wow, we thought Brizé would do a left-wing caricature – but he shows some truthful things here!”

VENICE 2021: The French director explains how he writes screenplays with his trusted collaborator Olivier Gorce, plus his organic way of working with Vincent Lindon  

11/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Paolo Sorrentino  • Director of The Hand of God

Interview: Paolo Sorrentino • Director of The Hand of God

“It’s not my fault; this is how Naples looks”

VENICE 2021: The Italian director shares some thoughts on his youthful memoir of Naples and the number of times it’s been compared to Fellini’s Amarcord  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Review: Another World

Review: Another World

VENICE 2021: Vincent Lindon sees huge chunks of foul play in the executive suite as Stéphane Brizé brings his acclaimed “work trilogy” to a first-rate conclusion  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Mario Martone • Director of The King of Laughter

Interview: Mario Martone • Director of The King of Laughter

“A film about a theatre genius written like a theatrical comedy”

VENICE 2021: We met with the director of the Eduardo Scarpetta film, which is competing in the festival  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Review: Leave No Traces

Review: Leave No Traces

VENICE 2021: Rising Polish filmmaker Jan P Matuszyński is in competition with a sprawling procedural on the 1983 killing of student Grzegorz Przemyk in Warsaw  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Review: America Latina

Review: America Latina

VENICE 2021: The D’Innocenzo brothers reunite with Elio Germano to offer up a feast-for-the-eyes thriller exploring men’s sense of inadequacy in the third millennium  

10/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

Gabriele Mainetti • Director of Freaks Out

Interview: Gabriele Mainetti • Director of Freaks Out

Freaks Out is a child of the historic Trump era”

VENICE 2021: The Italian director speaks about his second work, the film’s music and the production challenges associated with such a colossal project, which was a long time in the making  

09/09 | Venice 2021 | Competition

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