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  1. Fortissimo Films to Present 'Siddharth' at Venice and Toronto

    8:01 am 8/26/2013

    The company has picked up worldwide rights to the second feature from Canadian director Richie Mehta.Read more

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  2. Venice Film Festival to Honor Polish Auteur Andrzej Wajda

    2:10 am 8/22/2013

    The 87-year-old cinema legend’s latest film, “Walesa, Man of Hope,” will premiere at the festival. Read more

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  3. Two Competition Films Vying for 7th Venice Queer Lion Honor

    6:31 am 8/20/2013

    A total of nine movie are in the running for the prize given out to the production that most accurately portrays lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender characters.Read more

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  4. Venice Fest to Honor Auteur Ettore Scola

    7:30 am 8/19/2013

    The 82-year-old director, twice nominated for Venice's Golden Lion, will bring his latest film, a tribute to Federico Fellini, to the Lido.Read more

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  5. Venice Unveils Plans for Showing 15 Festival Films Online

    2:05 pm 8/14/2013

    A dozen feature-length films from the Horizons sidebar, plus three from Biennale College, will be available online on the day of their Venice premieres. Read more

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  6. Kim Ki-duk's Controversial 'Moebius' to Be Unveiled at Venice

    8:02 am 7/25/2013

    The Golden Lion-winning South Korean director has cut more scenes of incestuous sex in hopes of overturning a media rating board ban, and will be holding a vote to see if local industry insiders agree with the ruling.Read more

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  7. Venice Festival Lineup Includes New Terry Gilliam, James Franco, Jonathan Glazer Films

    12:43 am 7/25/2013

    UPDATED: The 70-year-old festival's lineup includes seven U.S. productions or co-productions in competition, while last year's Golden Lion winner Kim Ki-duk is back with "Moebius." Read more

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  8. Venice Film Fest Press Conference Unlikely to Be 'Blocked' by Tax Credit Protests

    7:41 am 7/24/2013

    Sources told THR that Thursday's protests have been downgraded, but that demonstrations and walkouts could take place on the Venice Lido if the credit is not reinstated. Read more

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