To keep our resolve in condemning aggression wars means to give some thought to Ukrainian documentarist Sergej Loznitsa’s film, The Kiev Trial, a reconstruction of a post-WWII trial against Nazi officials, and possibly, a sad prophecy of what is soon to come. Familial drama is the genre of Emanuele Crialese’s L’immensità, with Penélope Cruz, and Darren Aronofky’s The Whale, starring an unrecognizable Brendan Fraser opposite Sadie Sink in the story of a faulty father-daughter relationship, which is also a theme in Zapatos rojos, a Mexican-Italian co-production by Carlos Eichelmann Kaiser...
One, two, three – the film starts and with it, its soundtrack. It will never stop, either, if not on rare occasions, and seldom struggling out of the agitated layer of voices that is the base of the film’s sound...
The section grew even bigger – physically, too. It will take up every building in the Lazzaretto Vecchio island, with one section devoted to the VR market, which is a new addition. It all takes place on the island, over 2500 square metres housing impressive...
10.30 VENICE IMMERSIVE 11.15 THE KIEV TRIAL (Out of Competition) 12.00 BIENNALE COLLEGE CINEMA 12.45 LES ENFANTS DES AUTRES (OTHER PEOPLE’S CHILDREN) (Venezia 79) 13.30 THE WHALE (Venezia 79) 14.15 L'IMMENSITÀ (Venezia 79) 15.00 MASTERCLASS by PAUL SCHRADER GOLDEN LION FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT 2022
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My proudest thing is we have brought down a billionaire family in a time when billionaires have a different justice system than the rest of us.There is total impunity in America and we brought one down… so far
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