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Coronavirus Outbreak: Venice Film Festival 2020 confirmed to take place in September as infection rate in Italy slows down
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Venice Film Festival 2020 confirmed to take place in September as infection rate in Italy slows down

Due to the lockdowns imposed on the film industry across the world to limit the spread of the virus, the Venice Film Festival will probably be attended by fewer productions, said region governor Luca Zaia.

Chola on Amazon: Troubling male gaze or uncomfortably realistic take on sexual violence and social conditioning?
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Chola on Amazon: Troubling male gaze or uncomfortably realistic take on sexual violence and social conditioning?

Sanal Kumar Sasidharan's Chola, that released only in Kerala theatres in December, is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video India.

Coronavirus Outbreak: MAMI, Cannes, major film festivals unite for 10-day global virtual movie event
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Coronavirus Outbreak: MAMI, Cannes, major film festivals unite for 10-day global virtual movie event

Tribeca Enterprises, the company behind the Tribeca Film Festival, and YouTube announced the online festival Monday. Other festivals will also contribute curated programming, including the Sundance Film Festival, the Venice Film Festival and those in Berlin, Tokyo and New York.

Roman Polanski's J'accuse tops French box office as France's directors guild proposes his suspension
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Roman Polanski's J'accuse tops French box office as France's directors guild proposes his suspension

Roman Polanski has been a fugitive from the US over four decades since pleading guilty to a sex offense with a minor.

The Joker’s origin story hits theatres at a perfect moment — with clowns defining our times
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The Joker’s origin story hits theatres at a perfect moment — with clowns defining our times

The uncomfortable mixture of the comical and the sadistic is what makes the character perennially appealing – we never know which Joker we will be getting at any time.

Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival: Bombay Rose, About Love among 10 films to compete in India Gold segment
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Jio MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival: Bombay Rose, About Love among 10 films to compete in India Gold segment

The 10 films screened at MAMI 21st Mumbai Film Festival this year are a celebration of India’s cultural diversity

Why Czech film Extase, by Gustav Machatý, is important for the history of the Venice Film Festival
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Why Czech film Extase, by Gustav Machatý, is important for the history of the Venice Film Festival

Extase, Czech film by Gustav Machatý from 1933, and its continuous connection with Venice Film Festival.

TIFF Day 5 roundup: Ford v Ferrari gets standing ovation; Daniel Radcliffe walks red carpet for Guns Akimbo premiere
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TIFF Day 5 roundup: Ford v Ferrari gets standing ovation; Daniel Radcliffe walks red carpet for Guns Akimbo premiere

Ford vs Ferrari, The Laundromat, Joker and Bad Education has its premieres in the last few days of TIFF 2019.

Venice 2019: Thoughts on Restored Classics by Luis Buñuel, Dennis Hopper and Jacques Tourneur
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Venice 2019: Thoughts on Restored Classics by Luis Buñuel, Dennis Hopper and Jacques Tourneur

The Classics section at the 2019 Venice Film Festival presented three movies by Luis Buñuel, Dennis Hopper and Jacques Tourneur

Venice Film Festival 2019: Holocaust film The Painted Bird's 'brutal' scenes lead to mass walkouts
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Venice Film Festival 2019: Holocaust film The Painted Bird's 'brutal' scenes lead to mass walkouts

The Painted Bird, which screened at the Venice Film Festival, is inspired from a 1965 novel by Jerzy Kosinski

Venice Film Festival 2019 day 6 roundup: Julie Andrews wins Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement
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Venice Film Festival 2019 day 6 roundup: Julie Andrews wins Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement

At the Venice Film Festival, Julie Andrews kissed the special Golden Lion award and said she felt "so blessed" for having such a fairy-tale career.

Venice International Film Festival's record on gender parity remains dismal; fest is still largely governed by men
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Venice International Film Festival's record on gender parity remains dismal; fest is still largely governed by men

Things are really bad for women filmmakers at the 76th Venice International Film Festival with its poor record on female representation, with only 2 of the 21 films in competition being directed by women.

The Laundromat early reactions: Meryl Streep-Gary Oldman comedy's 'slapdash narrative doesn't always click'
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The Laundromat early reactions: Meryl Streep-Gary Oldman comedy's 'slapdash narrative doesn't always click'

Meryl Streep plays Ellen Martin in The Laundromat, who lost a great deal of money to Panamanian law firm partners Jurgen Mossack and Ramon Fonseca.

Joker: Joaquin Phoenix's DC villain origin story receives eight-minute standing ovation at Venice Film Festival
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Joker: Joaquin Phoenix's DC villain origin story receives eight-minute standing ovation at Venice Film Festival

Joker is a part of the DC Comics universe but will serve as an independent origin story and will not feature any appearances by Batman and other caped crusaders.

J’Accuse early reactions: Roman Polanski 'paints a subtly devastating portrait' of the Dreyfus Affair
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J’Accuse early reactions: Roman Polanski 'paints a subtly devastating portrait' of the Dreyfus Affair

J'accuse, adapted from Robert Harris' novel An Officer and a Spy, is about the persecution of the French Jewish army officer, Alfred Dreyfus

Joker early reactions: Joaquin Phoenix shines in 'Todd Phillips' grippingly atmospheric supervillain origin story'
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Joker early reactions: Joaquin Phoenix shines in 'Todd Phillips' grippingly atmospheric supervillain origin story'

Joker will also be screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, before releasing in the US on 4 October.

Venice Film Festival 2019 day 2 roundup: Pedro Almodovar wins Golden Lion for lifetime achievement
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Venice Film Festival 2019 day 2 roundup: Pedro Almodovar wins Golden Lion for lifetime achievement

Pedro Almodovar was nominated for Venice Film Festival's top Golden Lion prize in 1988 for Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, a movie that brought him international recognition.

Venice Film Festival: Tsai Ming-Liang’s enigmatic Vive L’Amour, which won the Golden Lion in 1994, turns 25
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Venice Film Festival: Tsai Ming-Liang’s enigmatic Vive L’Amour, which won the Golden Lion in 1994, turns 25

This enigmatic film co-won the Golden Lion at the 1994 Venice Film Festival, with the Macedonian drama Before the Rain, by Milčo Mančevski.

Venice Film Festival 2019: Debate on Roman Polanski's inclusion, gender parity dominate opening day
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Venice Film Festival 2019: Debate on Roman Polanski's inclusion, gender parity dominate opening day

The 76th Venice Film Festival opened with the premiere of Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda s The Truth,