Celluloid Dreams has added two Venice titles to its line up. Amir Naderi's Vegas: Based On A True Story and Matt Tyrnauer's Valentino: The Last Emperor now join Celluloid's slate, the company announced Tuesday.

Valentino will have a gala screening at La Fenice and is also set to run in Toronto's Reel to Reel section.

Celluloid will screen Vegas in Venice on September 1. The film, produced by Naderi and Abou Farman, tells the story of a blue-collar family living on the outskirts of Las Vegas. When a stranger makes an offer on their home it quickly turns into the family's obsession. Celluloid is handling world rights excluding North America where Cinetic has the film.

Valentino, meanwhile,is an intimate look at the life and career of the celebrated couturier. Produced and directed by Tyrnauer - a special correspondent for Vanity Fair magazine - the film is shot cinema-verite style and delves into the larger themes affecting the fashion business today as well as the designer's 50-year relationship with business partner and companion Giancarlo Giammetti.

For Valentino, Celluloid is handling world rights outside North America which is being handled by UTA's Richard Klubeck.