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Venice 2018

Mia Goth Reveals the Costumes She Wanted to Steal From the ‘Suspiria’ Set

Costume designer Giulia Piersanti brings to life the late 1970s in Luca Guadagnino’s horror remake 'Suspiria,' which is set to open Oct. 26. Mia Goth, who co-stars with Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton and Chloe Grace Moretz, reveals what costumes she wanted to steal from the set.

‘Suspiria’ Director Luca Guadagnino on Family Dynamics, Psychoanalysis and What Scares Him

The horror film about a dance school run by witches has its U.K. premiere at the London Film Fest.

Tilda Swinton Comes Clean About Playing Lutz Ebersdorf in ‘Suspiria’

Tilda Swinton has confirmed that she played Lutz Ebersdorf in director Luca Guadagnino's 'Suspiria' after the filmmaker repeatedly denied it.

‘Screwdriver’ (‘Mafak’): Film Review

Writer-director Bassam Jarbawi's first feature, 'Screwdriver,' stars Ziad Bakri as a Palestinian man who comes home after having spent 15 years in an Israeli prison.

‘The Day I Lost My Shadow’ (‘Yom Adaatou Zouli’): Film Review

French-born Syrian director Soudade Kaadan won the Lion of the Future award at the Venice Film Festival for her first fiction feature, 'The Day I Lost My Shadow.'

‘Living the Light: Robby Muller’: Film Review | Venice 2018

The life and archives of Dutch lenser Robby Muller are explored in 'Living the Light: Robby Muller,' a documentary helmed by cinematographer-turned-director Claire Pijman.

Italian Distributors’ Network Head Resigns Over Netflix-Venice Feud

Andrea Occhipinti is out at ANICA, Italy's leading film organization that represents Italy's producers, distributors and technical industries, following the very public feud between Venice and Italy's film exhibitors who were upset that the festival gave so much of its platform to Netflix.

‘Women Make Film’: Film Review | Venice 2018

Tilda Swinton plays teacher in 'Women Make Film,' Mark Cousins’ latest epic documentary, a film class that rediscovers dozens of international women directors.

‘Unremember’ (‘Deslembro’): Film Review | Venice 2018

When a teenage girl’s family moves back to her birthplace in Brazil, she discovers a world full of memories in Flavia Castro’s feature debut 'Unremember' ('Deslembro').

Feinberg Forecast: The Post-Toronto Landscape of the Oscar Race

The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist Scott Feinberg weighs in with his latest assessment of the Oscar race.

Hollywood Reporter Critics’ 25 Favorite Films From the Fall Fests

THR film critics' favorites from the fest (below, in alphabetical order) include new films from Barry Jenkins and Orson Welles, a lesbian-centric royal farce and Jonah Hill's directorial debut.

‘Memories of My Body’ (‘Kucumbu Tubuh Indahku’): Film Review | Venice 2018

Garin Nugroho's 'Memories of My Body,' bowing in Venice's Orizzonti sidebar, revolves around a young dancer's rite of passage as he comes to terms with his sexuality within Indonesia's conservative social norms.