The Venice Film Festival hasannounced two late additions to its official line-up: Paul Morrissey and BerndBohm's documentary Veruschka and Neil Marshall's horror film TheDescent.
Veruschka focuses on the life of legendary model andartist Vera von Lehndorff, a muse of Salvador Dali who appeared in MichelangeloAntonioni's seminal film Blow-Up and famously collaborated with Voguemagazine.
Veruschka will screen in the Orizzonti competition, whereit will screen as the section's closing documentary.
The Descent, a UK horror film starring NatalieMendoza and Saskia Mulder, has racked up $4.8m in the UK since July and LionsGate has taken US rights.
The film, by Dog Soldiersdirector Neil Marshall, will screen out of competition.