Jury President Damien Chazelle, Caterina Murino godmother of the festival: what else do we know about the next Venice International Film Festival #Venezia80?
Thinking about the title that will open the Keremesse, we already have the opportunity to do a brief recap with the information released so far by the Biennale and that they will lead us to the Venetian Lido lagoon. Between the Golden Lions and the jury members, here are all the previews.
The 80. Venice Film Festival open wednesday evening August 30, 2023 will end on September 9, 2023As always in the locations of the Movie Village on Venice Lido.
Golden Lions for Lifetime Achievement of the 80th Exhibition
credited to the director Liliana Cavani and the actor Tony Leung Chiu-wai Golden Lions for Lifetime Achievement from the 80th Venice International Film Festival. The decision was taken by the Board of Directors of the Biennale, which adopted the proposal of Alberto Barbera, director of the exhibition.
“I am very happy and grateful to the Venice Biennale for this beautiful surprise,” said Liliana Cavani, who participated in the Venice exhibition with Philippe Pétain in 1965: The Trial at Vichy of San Marco, for accepting the proposal. documentaries, and then several times until Francesco de Assi (1966), Galileo (1968), I cannibali (1969), among others, The Replay Game (2002) and Clarisse (2012).
Tony Leung Chiu-wai – who starred in three films Golden Lions in Venice, City of Sorrows (1989) by Hou Siao-hsien, Cyclo (1995) by Tran Anh Hung and Lust, Caution (2007) by Ang Lee – accepted The foreword states: “I am amazed and honored by the news of the Venice Biennale. I ideally share this award with all the filmmakers I have worked with. This honor is a tribute to all of them.” is also.”
International Jury President
american director Damien ChazelleOscar winner for La La Land, French director Alice Diop and Italian director jonas carpignanoVenezia 80, the three personalities called to preside over the international jury respectively of the Venice Opera Prima Prize “Luigi De Laurentiis” and Orizzonti Vol.
Damien Chazelle accepted the role of President of the Venice 80 International Jury, saying: “For ten days every year, this city of art, of Tintoretto, Titian and Veronese, is transformed into the city of cinema, and I am delighted and honored to have been invited to lead this year’s jury . Can’t wait to discover this new collection of the best 80s movies. International Film Festival”.
Damien Chazelle opened the Venice International Film Festival twice with one of his films in 2016. La la Land And in 2018 First Man. Received 14 Academy Award® nominations with La La Land, winning six including Best Director. Damien Chazelle was the youngest director ever to receive the award. First Man received 4 Academy Award® nominations, winning one. His feature debut, Whiplash (2014), received five Academy Award® nominations, winning three. His most recent film, Babylon (2022), received three Academy Award® nominations.
godmother of venice80
Actress Caterina Murino She will conduct the opening and closing evenings of Venice 80. The Sardinian interpreter was therefore chosen as the official godmother of the festival after the much-appreciated performance of the Spanish Rocío Muñoz Morales.
Caterina Murino will start 80. The exhibition on the evening of Wednesday 30 August 2023 on the stage of the Sala Grande (Palazzo del Cinema on the Lido) marks the opening ceremony, and will lead to the closing ceremony on Saturday 9 September, during which the Lion and other awards will be announced for the 80s. will be done by the officers. Show.
Which movie shall we watch?
Still no confirmation from insiders, but once one festival is over, we move on to another. And so, the Cannes Film Festival closes with a victory for the French anatomy of the fall, attention is already focused on the Venice Film Festival. english specialist magazine Screen have put forward a few hypotheses, corroborated by the confirmed release dates by the respective distributions of the respective titles: Palace by Roman Polanski (in Italian cinemas from 28 September), Poor creature! by Yorgos Lanthimos with Emma Stone (Releasing October 12). And i captain by Matteo Garrone (in cinemas from 7 September).
In addition to the above titles, it also provides secure el conde A “free portrait” of Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, by Pablo Larrain of Chile. After all, the director is a regular at Lido, having previously presented post mortem, jackie, emma And Spencer.
If we talk about biography, then we also hope Ferrari By Michael Mann with Adam Driver and Penelope Cruz. And priscilla Film about Elvis Presley’s wife, by Sofia Coppola, with Kelly Spaney and Jacob Elordi. add a low probability premiere of Napoleon by Ridley Scott, with Joaquin Phoenix (release set for November is no good for reasons related to editing time). It is more likely to be introduced in the lido instead OwnerBiopic starring Bradley Cooper as Leonard Bernstein.
There is another Italian “papabile” (and already much announced) Luca Guadagnino, Will return to the Lido after a year out with Bones and All (two awards) challengers Zendaya with Mike Fast (West Side Story) and Josh O’Connor. A story of love, revenge and sport (tennis). Saverio Costanzo could return to competition at the Lido after 9 years (Hungry Hearts, 2014: Coppa Volpi to Adam Driver and Alba Rohrwacher) dawn at last, Set in Hollywood on the Tiber (Rome, early 1950s), it will tell the story of an aspiring actress’s night out. In the cast: Lily James, Willem Dafoe and Joe Keery.
wizards, is a black comedy by Australian David Machode (Animal Kingdom) starring Pete Davidson, Orlando Bloom and Naomi Scott. Mexican Michel Franco will be ready Memory, alongside Jessica Chastain and Peter Sarsgaard, was her first film in English. The director won the Silver Lion Grand Jury Prize in 2020 with New Order. Documentary Filmmaker Elizabeth Chai May Lead Vassarhelyi (Oscars 2019) Nyad, the story of open water swimmer Diane Nyad (Annette Bing). This and Bradley Cooper are Maestro badged Netflix,
Finally, if murder in venice by Kenneth Branagh (Poirot for the third time) is an almost obvious yes, it is an equally almost certain no The Dunes: Part II, Due to lengthy post-production and whose release has been set for November 17 by Warner Bros. While we’ll be sad to not preview the second installment of Villeneuve’s promising saga, we will miss the lesser hordes of fans screaming for Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet.
The appointment is with the Venezia 80 from 30 August 2023. Don’t miss it!