EXCLUSIVE: Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson directed Venice 2016 Queer Lion winner. Separately, FilmRise has acquired Sundance documentary It’s Not Yet Dark.
The distributor has picked up worldwide rights from UTA Independent Film Group to Charlie Siskel’s documentary following its Venice Film Festival world premiere.
The Iranian director talks to Screen about capturing contemporary Iranian youth and Tehran in Malaria.
The Korean film-maker discusses Warner Bros Korea’s first local-language production, and expresses his thoughts on changes in the local industry.
French director François Ozon explains how his black and white post-World War One melodrama Frantz has a contemporary resonance in the age of Brexit and rising nationalism across Europe.
Israeli director Rama Burshtein talks about the religious and secular inspirations behind her new film Through The Wall.
Described by Alberto Barbera as Pasolini-esque, competition title The Blind Christ is generating heat.
Screen profiles the world premieres at the 73rd Venice Film Festival.
World premieres playing in the Cinema in the Garden strand at Venice, with details on each title including sales contacts.
The full line-up of world premieres In Competition at Venice, with details on each title including sales contacts.
The full line-up of world premieres in Venice’s Horizons programme, with details on each title including sales contacts.
The full line-up of world premieres Out of Competition at Venice, with details on each title including sales contacts.
EXCLUSIVE: Xander Robin’s feature film debut closes Critics’ Week.