Digital tickets have gone on sale for Venice Film Festival titles that will stream online concurrently with official screenings.

A total of 12 films from the Orizzonti section and three films from the new Biennale College – Cinema will make up the programme of the Web Theatre, introduced last year as an experiment.

The films will be available for viewing around the world, streaming concurrently with the official screenings on the Lido (Aug 28 - Sept 7).

There will be a maximum “seating capacity” for each showing of 500 seats.  There will be one screening only for each of the films and it will be located on a secure site managed by Festival Scope on behalf of the Venice Film Festival.

Starting this year, will also collaborate in the promotion.

In order to view the film of choice, users must first register on the Biennale website, pay for the ticket (€4), after which they will receive a personal link that will be good for one viewing.

Each film (in the original version with English subtitles) will be available to stream within 24 hours starting at 9pm (Italian time) on the day of the film’s official presentation on the Lido.


Thursday 29 August
Wolfskinder (Wolfschildren) Rick Ostermann (Germany)

Thursday 29 August
Jigoku De Naze Warui (Why Don’t You Play In Hell?)  Sono Sion (Japan)

Friday 30 August
Algunas Chicas Santiago Palavecino (Argentina)

Friday 30 August
Piccola Patria Alessandro Rossetto (Italy)

Sunday 1 September
Je M’appelle Hmmm…  Agnès B. (France)

Monday 2 September
Medeas Andrea Pallaoro (US, Italy)

Tuesday 3 September
Ruin Amiel Courtin-Wilson, Michael Cody (Australia)

Wednesday 4 September
La Vida Después David Pablos (Mexico)

Wednesday 4 September
Eastern Boys Robin Campillo (France)

Thursday 5 September
Bauyr (Little Brother) Serik Aprymov (Kazakhstan)

Friday 6 September
La Prima Neve Andrea Segre (Italy)

Saturday 7 September
Mahi Va Gorbeh (Fish & Cat)  Shahram Mokri (Iran)

Biennale College – Cinema

Thursday 30 August
Yuri Esposito Alessio Fava (dir), Max Chicco (pro) (Italy)

Saturday 31 August
Memphis Tim Sutton (dir), John Baker (pro) (US)

Sunday 1 September
Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit (dir), Aditya Assarat (pro) (Thailand)