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THE VENICE CLASSICS RESTORED FILMS AT THE 79TH VENICE FILM FESTIVAL

Director, screenwriter and actor Giulio Base (Crack, Il banchiere anarchico, A Starry Sky Above the Roman Ghetto) will chair the Jury of Film Students which will award the VENICE CLASSICS prizes for the respective competitions for BEST RESTORED FILM and for the BEST DOCUMENTARY ABOUT CINEMA. The following is the complete line-up of the restorations in the section Venice Classics, selected for the 79th Venice Film Festival:

VENICE CLASSICS

STELLA DALLAS – PRE-OPENING EVENT

by HENRY KING (USA, 1925, 110’, B/W)

restored by: The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) / The Film Foundation

 

TERESA LA LADRA (TERESA THE THIEF)

by CARLO DI PALMA (Italy, 1973, 125’, colour)

restored by: Cineteca Nazionale

MES PETITES AMOUREUSES (MY LITTLE LOVES)

by JEAN EUSTACHE (France, 1974, 123’, colour)

restored by: Les Films du Losange

THE DRAUGHTSMAN’S CONTRACT

by PETER GREENAWAY (UK, 1982, 104’, colour)

restored by: BFI NATIONAL ARCHIVE

KAMIGAMI NO FUKAKI YOKUBO (PROFOUND DESIRES OF THE GODS)

by SHÔHEI IMAMURA (Japan, 1968, 173’, colour)

restored by: Nikkatsu

UCHO (THE EAR)

by KAREL KACHYNA (Czechoslovakia, 1969, 97’, B/W)

restored by: Národní Filmový Archiv / National Film Archive

BRATAN (THE LITTLE BROTHER)

by BAKHTYAR KHUDOJNAZAROV (USSR, 1991, 97’, B/W)

restored by: Veit Helmer-Filmproduktion

 

 

 

 

CAVALCADE

by FRANK LLOYD (USA, 1933, 112’, B/W)

restored by: The Film Foundation / Walt Disney Picture

THERESE AND ISABELLE

by RADLEY METZGER (France, USA, Germany, Netherlands, 1968, 119’, B/W)

restored by: NWR-Denmark / Cinema Preservation Alliance-U.S.

KAZE NO NAKA NO MENDORI (A HEN IN THE WIND)

by YASUJIRÔ OZU (Japan, 1948, 84’, B/W)

restored by: Shochiku

TEOREMA (THEOREM)
by PIER PAOLO PASOLINI (Italy, 1968, 98’, B/W)
restored by: Cineteca di Bologna

SHATRANJ KE KHILARI (THE CHESS PLAYERS)

by SATYAJIT RAY (India, 1977, 129’, colour)

restored by: The National Film Archive of India

LE CAPORAL ÉPINGLÉ (THE ELUSIVE CORPORAL)

by JEAN RENOIR (France, 1962, 107’, B/W)

restored by: StudioCanal

LA MARCIA SU ROMA (MARCH ON ROME)
by DINO RISI (Italy, 1962, 94’, B/W)
restored by: Cineteca Nazionale

LA VOGLIA MATTA (CRAZY DESIRE)

by LUCIANO SALCE (Italy, 1962, 110’, B/W)

restored by: Cineteca Nazionale

KOROSHI NO RAKUIN (BRANDED TO KILL)

by SEIJUN SUZUKI (Japan, 1967, 91’, B/W)

restored by: Nikkatsu

 

CANYON PASSAGE

by JACQUES TOURNEUR (USA, 1946, 92’, colour)

restored by: Universal Pictures / The Film Foundation


THE BLACK CAT

by EDGAR G. ULMER (USA, 1934, 65’, B/W)

restored by: Universal Pictures

DULI SHIDAI [A CONFUCIAN CONFUSION]

by EDWARD YANG (Taiwan, 1994, 128’, colour)

restored by: Taiwan Film and Audiovisual Institute

The Venice Classics section will also feature the presentation of a selection of documentaries about cinema and its filmmakers.

VENICE CLASSICS – DOCUMENTARIES ABOUT CINEMA

In Competition

RAGTAG

by GIUSEPPE BOCCASSINI

Germany, France, Italy / 84’

 

DESPERATE SOULS, DARK CITY AND THE LEGEND OF MIDNIGHT COWBOY

by NANCY BUIRSKI

USA / 101’

FRAGMENTS OF PARADISE

by K.D. DAVISON

USA / 97’

 

FRANCO ZEFFIRELLI, CONFORMISTA RIBELLE

by ANSELMA DELL’OLIO

Italy / 90’

 

JERRY SCHATZBERG, PORTRAIT PAYSAGE (JERRY SCHATZBERG, LANDSCAPE PORTRAIT)

by PIERRE FILMON

France / 61’

GODARD SEUL LE CINÉMA (GODARD CINEMA)

by CYRIL LEUTHY

France / 90’

THE GHOST OF RICHARD HARRIS

by ADRIAN SIBLEY

Irlanda, UK / 109’

 

BONNIE

by SIMON WALLON

USA / 90

 

SERGIO LEONE – L’ITALIANO CHE INVENTÒ L’AMERICA

by FRANCESCO ZIPPEL

Italy / 120’

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THE ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES FOR THE FIRST TIME AT THE VENICE FILM FESTIVAL

THE ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES FOR THE FIRST TIME AT THE VENICE FILM FESTIVAL
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The panel The values of cinema in global society is scheduled on August 30, Press Room (Palazzo del Casinò, Venice Lido).

A warm welcome from La Biennale di Venezia, Cinecittà, and Mastercard.

THE ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES AT THE VENICE FILM FESTIVAL

For the first time, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will officially attend the Venice International Film Festival, on the occasion of the festival’s 90th anniversaryLa Biennale di VeneziaCinecittà, and Mastercard will welcome the Academy’s new CEO Bill Kramer – who will participate at the 79th Venice Film Festival along with a number of Academy delegates – at various important events to celebrate international cinema together.

In particular, on Tuesday, August 30 at 3 pm, at the Press Room (Palazzo del Casinò, Venice Lido), there will be a round table discussion entitled The values of cinema in global society, with the participation of the Academy’s CEO Bill Kramer, the President of La Biennale Roberto Cicutto, the Artistic Director of the Venice International Film Festival Alberto Barbera, the President of Cinecittà Chiara Sbarigia, the CEO of Cinecittà Nicola Maccanico, and Mastercard’s Country Manager Italy Michele Centemero. The panel will be moderated by the Variety correspondent Nick Vivarelli.

Also on Tuesday, August 30Bill Kramer will participate at an exclusive event in partnership with Mastercard which will be held that evening at Misericordia (historic center of Venice). Then, on the evening of Wednesday, August 31, he will take attend the opening Gala in the Sala Grande (Palazzo del Cinema). Lastly, on Thursday, September 1, at the Lido, Bill Kramer will meet with Academy members from around the world who are attending the festival, as well as with key representatives of international cinema.

ACADEMY IN VENICE PROGRAMME

Tuesday, August 30
3 pm – Venice Lido. Press Room (Palazzo del Casinò). Press presentation and round table discussion: The values of cinema in global society. In the presence of the Academy’s CEO, the President of the Biennale, the Artistic Director of the Venice International Film Festival, the CEO and the President of Cinecittà, and Mastercard’s Country Manager Italy.
8 pm – Scuola Grande della Misericordia: cocktail party
9:30 pm – Reception in partnership with Mastercard. Music by Aria and Friends Orchestra; dinner by Chef Alajmo, 3 Michelin stars.

Thursday, September 1
1 pm – Hotel Excelsior. Brunch with the participation of Bill Kramer, Academy delegates, and many national and international guests attending the Film Festival.

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SCREENING SCHEDULE OF THE BIENNALE CINEMA 2022 ONLINE FROM TUESDAY 16 AUGUST

POSTER AND OPENING SEQUENCE FOR THE BIENNALE CINEMA 2022 DESIGNED BY LORENZO MATTOTTI

Online ticket sales for the public from August 17 (3 pm), online booking service for pass holders from August 28.

SCHEDULE

The screening schedule of the 79th Venice International Film Festival (Venice, 31 August > 10 September 2022) will be published online on the website www.labiennale.org on Tuesday 16 August at 3 pm.
The online ticket sales service for the public will be active from Wednesday 17 August at 3 pm.
The online booking service for pass holders will be available from Sunday 28 August.

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VENEZIA 79 In Competition

OFFICIAL LINE UP OF VENICE IMMERSIVE 2022

WHITE NOISE OPENING FILM

by NOAH BAUMBACH

with Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle, Raffey Cassidy, Sam Nivola, May Nivola, Jodie Turner-Smith, André L. Benjamin and Lars Eidinger/ USA / 136’

 

IL SIGNORE DELLE FORMICHE

by GIANNI AMELIO

with Luigi Lo Cascio, Elio Germano, Leonardo Maltese, Sara Serraiocco / Italy / 134’

THE WHALE

by DARREN ARONOFSKY

with Brendan Fraser, Sadie Sink, Hong Chau, Samantha Morton, Ty Simpkins / USA / 117’

 

L’IMMENSITÀ

by EMANUELE CRIALESE

with Penélope Cruz, Luana Giuliani, Vincenzo Amato, Patrizio Francioni / Italy, France / 97’

SAINT OMER

by ALICE DIOP

with Kayije Kagame, Guslagie Malanda, Valérie Dréville, Aurélia Petit / France / 122’

 

BLONDE

by ANDREW DOMINIK

with Ana de Armas, Adrien Brody, Bobby Cannavale, Xavier Samuel, Julianne Nicholson, Lily Fisher / USA / 165’

 

TÁR

by TODD FIELD

with Cate Blanchett, Noémie Merlant, Nina Hoss, Sophie Kauer, Julian Glover, Allan Corduner, Mark Strong / USA / 158’

LOVE LIFE

by KÔJI FUKADA

with Fumino Kimura, Kento Nagayama, Atom Sunada / Japan, France / 123’

 

BARDO, FALSA CRÓNICA DE UNAS CUANTAS VERDADES (BARDO, FALSE CHRONICLE OF A HANDFUL OF TRUTHS)

by ALEJANDRO G. IÑÁRRITU

with Daniel Giménez Cacho, Griselda Siciliani, Ximena Lamadrid, Iker Sanchez Solano, Andrés Almeida, Francisco Rubio / Mexico

ATHENA

by ROMAIN GAVRAS

with Dali Benssalah, Sami Slimane, Anthony Bajon, Ouassini Embarek, Alexis Manenti / France / 97’

BONES AND ALL

by LUCA GUADAGNINO

with Taylor Russell, Timothée Chalamet, Mark Rylance, André Holland, Chloë Sevigny, Jessica Harper, David Gordon Green, Michael Stuhlbarg, Jake Horowitz / USA / 130’

THE ETERNAL DAUGHTER

by JOANNA HOGG

with Tilda Swinton, Joseph Mydell, Carly-Sophia Davies / UK, USA / 96’

SHAB, DAKHELI, DIVAR (BEYOND THE WALL)

by VAHID JALILVAND

with Navid Mohammadzadeh, Diana Habibi, Amir Aghaee / Iran / 126’

 

THE BANSHEES OF INISHERIN

by MARTIN MCDONAGH

with Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Kerry Condon, Barry Keoghan / Ireland, UK, USA / 109’

 

ARGENTINA, 1985

by SANTIAGO MITRE

with Ricardo Darín, Peter Lanzani, Alejandra Flechner, Norman Briski / Argentina, USA / 140’

 

 

CHIARA

by SUSANNA NICCHIARELLI

with Margherita Mazzucco, Andrea Carpenzano, Carlotta Natoli, Paola Tiziana Cruciani, Luigi Lo Cascio / Italy, Belgium / 106’

MONICA

by ANDREA PALLAORO

with Trace Lysette, Patricia Clarkson, Adriana Barraza, Emily Browning, Joshua Close / USA, Italy / 106’

KHERS NIST (NO BEARS)

by JAFAR PANAHI

with Jafar Panahi, Naser Hashemi, Vahid Mobaseri, Bakhtiar Panjeei, Mina Kavani, Reza Heydari / Iran / 106’

ALL THE BEAUTY AND THE BLOODSHED

by LAURA POITRAS

USA / 113’

 

UN COUPLE (A COUPLE)

by FREDERICK WISEMAN

with Nathalie Boutefeu / France, USA / 63’

 

THE SON

by FLORIAN ZELLER

with Hugh Jackman, Laura Dern, Vanessa Kirby, Zen McGrath, Anthony Hopkins, Hugh Quarshie / UK / 123’

LES MIENS (OUR TIES)

by ROSCHDY ZEM

with Sami Bouajila, Roschdy Zem, Meriem Serbah, Maïwenn, Rachid Bouchareb, Abel Jafrei, Nina Zem / France / 85’

LES ENFANTS DES AUTRES (OTHER PEOPLE’S CHILDREN)

by REBECCA ZLOTOWSKI

with Virginie Efira, Roschdy Zem, Chiara Mastroianni, Callie Ferreira / France / 104’

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