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Venice 2016

‘Polina’ (‘Polina — danser sa vie’): Film Review

The fiction feature 'Polina,' about a young Russian ballerina, co-stars Juliette Binoche and Niels Schneider and was co-directed by world-renowned French choreographer Angelin Preljocaj.

‘The Nobodies’ (‘Los Nadie’): Film Review

Juan Sebastián Mesa's first feature and Venice Critics' Week winner, 'The Nobodies,' chronicles a couple of days in the lives of some rudderless youngsters in Medellin, Colombia.

‘Bitter Money’ (‘Ku Qian’): Film Review | Venice 2016

Chinese filmmaker Wang Bing documents the trials and tribulations at small garment workshops in a provincial city.

Oscars: Russia Selects ‘Paradise’ for Foreign-Language Category

Andrei Konchalovsky's WWII drama recently won a Silver Lion at the Venice Film Festival.

Venice Golden Lion Winner ‘The Woman Who Left’ Secures Italian Distribution

The 226-minute Lav Diaz film will hit theaters in Italy next year.

Critics’ Picks: 10 Best Films of the Major Fall Festivals (So Far)

After hitting Toronto, Telluride and Venice, THR's film critics collectively rank their favorite movies from a wide array of impressive options.

Venice: Tom Ford Discusses Fashion vs. Film Following Silver Lion Win for ‘Nocturnal Animals’

The fashion mogul took home Venice's second biggest prize during Saturday's awards ceremony.

Venice: Tom Ford’s ‘Noctural Animals’ Wins Silver Lion, Emma Stone Wins Best Actress

Filipino director Lav Diaz took home the Golden Lion for 'The Woman Who Left.'

Venice: Denzel Washington, Director Antoine Fuqua Talk Getting Into Character, Politics in ‘Magnificent Seven’

Fuqua said the relationship between characters Billy and Goodnight addresses veteran PTSD and racism in a post-Civil War America.

‘REM’: Film Review | Venice 2016

Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas is the subject of the documentary 'REM,' directed by his son, Tomas Koolhaas.

‘Big Big World’ (‘Koca dunya’): Film Review | Venice 2016

Turkish filmmaker Reha Erdem's 'Big Big World' is a thick Freudian soup of sibling love and parental denial, set mainly in the isolation of swampy woodland.

‘On the Milky Road’ (‘Na Mlijecnom Putu’): Film Review | Venice 2016

Emir Kusturica and Monica Bellucci star in the war-themed romance, which is vying for the Golden Lion.