International Film Festival In Venice - Culture

International Film Festival In Venice - Culture 

Today starts the 68 th International Film Festival in Venice. It will be opened by the world premiere of political drama, directed by George Clooney "Ides." Besides being director of the tape, Clooney is also starring in it.
   Thousands of fans and journalists arrived on the island of Lido in Venice to catch a glimpse of their favorite idols and give resonance to the oldest film festival in the world. Besides Clooney among the guests this year are distinguished Colin Firth, Keira Knightley, Matthew McConaughey, Kate Winslet, Matt Damon, Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna's superstar.
  "The program shows us what is the support we receive from artists, filmmakers, and this proves that Venice really stands out as the main platform for the creation of a special kind of art," said Mark Muller - Director of the festival, said the "Reuters".
   Among the most anticipated titles is "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy", an adaptation of spy novels of John Le Carré featuring the latest Oscar winner Colin Firth and Gary Oldman. Other notable titles include films on the list of Britain's Andrea Arnold on the novel by Emily Bronte, "Wuthering Heights" and that the American director Ami Canaan Mann Texas Killing Fields.
   Among the premieres this year stands and Madonna's film "WE"-character drama about a divorcee Wallis Simpson, whose relationship with Britain's King Edward VIII led to his abdication in 1936, the band will be shown outside the competition program.
   Venice festival will continue until September 10. Until then the guests will enjoy the film with 66 world premieres. For the grand prize "Golden Lion" this year, will fight 22 movies. In the selection of the oldest film festival in the world are the latest movies on Abel Ferrara, David Kronenbarg, Roman Polanski. Chairman of the jury is American director Darren Aronofsky. Al Pacino will receive an honorary award "Glory to the cinema," Belloc and Mark - Award for Lifetime Achievement.
   The first edition of the Venice Film Festival in 1932

 

 

 

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