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Venice Film Festival Announces Full Lineup for 77th Edition

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Venice International Film Festival has today announced its full lineup for its 77th edition, including Mona Fastvold’s “The World to Come” starring Casey Affleck and Vanessa Kirby, and the documentary “Salvatore – Shoemaker of Dreams” from Luca Guadagnino.

It was previously announced that Daniele Luchetti’s “Lacci” would be opening the festival, the first Italian film to do so since Giuseppe Tornatore’s “Baarìa” 11 years ago.

It was also previously announced yesterday that Chloé Zhao’s “Nomadland” starring Frances McDormand would be playing at the festival simultaneously with Toronto, as well as a screening later that evening at “Telluride from Los Angeles” and a part of the NYFF58 as the festival’s centerpiece. The film is set to screen In Competition.

Jurors at the festival include Academy Award winner Cate Blanchett, British director Jonathan Hogg, Veronika Franz, Nicola Lagioia, Christian Petzold, Cristi Puiu, and Ludivine Sagnier.

Last year’s festival saw “Joker” triumph with the Golden Lion, with other major Oscar players to play at the festival in recent years including “Birdman” and “La La Land.”

Below is the lineup of films to be shown In Competition at the 77th Venice International Film Festival as revealed on the festival’s website. Click here for the complete schedule, including Out of Competition screenings:

Venezia 77 Competition

“In Between Dying,” dir. Hilal Baydarov
“Le Sorelle Macaluso,” dir. Emma Dante
“The World to Come,” dir. Mona Fastvold
“Nuevo Orden,” dir. Michel Franco
“Lovers,” dir. Nicole Garcia
“Laila In Haifa,” dir. Amos Gitai
“Und Morgen Die Ganze Welt” dir. Julia Von Heinz
“Dear Comrades,” dir. Andrei Konchalovsky
“Wife of a Spy,” dir. Kiyoshi Kurosawa
“Sun Children,” dir. Majid Majidi
“Pieces of a Woman,” dir. Kornél Mundruczó
“Miss Marx,” dir. Susanna Nicchiarelli
“Padrenostro,” dir. Claudio Noce
“Notturno,” dir. Gianfranco Rosi
“Never Gonna Snow Again,” dir. Małgorzata Szumowska, Michał Englert
“The Disciple,” dir. Chaitanya Tamhane
“Quo Vadis, Aida?” dir. Jasmila Zbanic
“Nomadland,” dir. Chloé Zhao

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Written by Bradley Weir

Recently graduated from the UK with a degree in film. Passionate about all things movies, especially the awards season!


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