Luca Guadagnino will come to Goteborg to present A Bigger Splash [pictured].
The 2016 Goteborg Film Festival has selected Italy as its country of focus.
“Italy is a wonderful film country, and it feels incredibly fun to be able to show off the full richness of Italian film. Contemporary Italian films take many forms, but often combine poetic sensuality and classic beauty with a critical view of society and history,” said the festival’s artistic director Jonas Holmberg.
The programme of 15-20 films will include contemporary titles as well as retrospective works – some chosen by the festival’s honorary chairman, Swedish director Roy Andersson.
Luca Guadagnino will come to Goteborg to present A Bigger Splash.
Other titles will include Wondrous Boccaccio byPaolo and Vittorio Taviani, Pietro Marcello’s Lost And Beautiful, Giorgia Cecere’s Somewhere Amazing; Claudio Caligari’s Don’t Be Bad, Marco Bellocchio’s Blood Of My Blood, Adriano Valerio’s Banat (The Journey), and Eleanora Danco’s N-Capace.