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The 70th edition's lineup includes "Parkland," "Gravity." View gallery
The autonomous section will open with Italian artist Alessandro Rak's feature film debut "The Art of Happiness." READ MORE
The one-off section, a tribute for the festival's 70th edition, will feature 70 original works of 90 seconds or less. READ MORE
The move comes a year after movies from the section focused on new trends were offered digitally on a trial basis. READ MORE
THR's awards analyst looks at how the fest's previous openers have gone on to fare at the Oscars and Globes. READ MORE
UPDATED: The film starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney and directed by Alfonso Cuaron will have its world premiere at the Italian fest. READ MORE
The program will offer a range of options to help four African films in the post-production phase complete their projects. READ MORE
The initiative will help three teams of emerging filmmakers earn a coveted spot at the 2014 edition of the Venice Film Festival. READ MORE
The world's oldest film festival will fete him with a Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement and screen a restored version of his thriller "Sorcerer." READ MORE
Egyptian director Ibrahim El Batout's controversial drama about events leading up to the Tahrir Square uprising bowed in Venice. READ MORE
Three finalists will be selected from among the 15: each will be given $200,000, expert production advice, and a guaranteed spot at the Venice Film Fest. READ MORE
The board also voted to create a new permanent section that will screen restored films and documentaries from the festival's massive archives. READ MORE
Piedmont's Steve della Casa criticizes Alberto Barbera for keeping ties to both the Turin and Venice festivals. READ MORE
The list of 15 will be whittled down to three, which will each receive nearly $200,000 in funding and a guaranteed screening at the 2013 Venice Fest. READ MORE
The feature from Andrea Serge premiered at the Venice Film Festival. READ MORE
Tobias Lindholm's drama about Somali pirates premiered at the Venice Film Festival. READ MORE
The romantic drama, starring Ben Affleck and Rachel McAdams, will be released in 2013. READ MORE
Italian writer-director Salvatore Mereu's drama of Sardinian childhood adapts a short story by local author Sergio Atzeni. READ MORE
Giada Colagrande's documentary on the making of a theatrical extravaganza co-stars her husband, Willem Dafoe. READ MORE
Young leads Neslihan Ataguul and Baris Hacihan brighten drama by noted Turkish director Yesim Ustaoglu READ MORE
Premiering in Critics' Week at Venice, producer/director/writer Liu Shu's debut stars Tan Zhuo as an idealistic schoolteacher in provincial China. READ MORE
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