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Venice Film Festival Lineup Has Been Revealed

The lineup for the 2021 Venice Film Festival has been announced and it is full of hotly anticipated works from filmmakers such as Denis Villeneuve, Edgar Wright, Ridley Scott, and Jane Campion, just to name a few. The festival is poised to be a major event this full, obviously. Today’s announcement just begins the excitement.

Here is the lineup for Venice:

In Competition:

  • America Latina (dir. Damiano D’Innocenzo)
  • Captain Volkonogov Escaped (dir. Yuriy Borisov)
  • The Card Counter (dir. Paul Schrader)
  • Freaks Out (dir. Gabriele Mainetti)
  • The Hand Of God (dir. Paolo Sorrentino)
  • Il Buco (dir. Michelangelo Frammartino)
  • L’Evenement (dir. Aubrey Diwan)
  • La Caja (dir. Lorenzo Vigas)
  • Leave No Traces (dir. Jan P. Matuszyski)
  • The Lost Daughter (dir. Maggie Gyllenhaal)
  • Lost Illusions (dir. Xavier Giannoli)
  • Mona Lisa And The Blood Moon (dir. Ana Lily Amirpour)
  • Official Competition (dir. Gaston Depart and Mariano Cohn)
  • On The Job: The Missing 8 (dir. Eric Matti)
  • Parallel Mothers (dir. Pedro Almodovar)
  • The Power Of The Dog (dir. Jane Campion)
  • Qui Rido Io (dir. Mario Martone)
  • Reflection (dir. Valentin Vasyanovych)
  • Spencer (dir. Pablo Larrain)
  • Sundown (dir. Michel Franco)
  • Un Autre Monde (dir. Stephane Brizé)

Out Of Competition (Fiction):

  • Ariaferma (dir. Leonardo Di Costanzo)
  • Dune (dir. Denis Villeneuve)
  • Halloween Kills (dir. David Gordon Green)
  • Il Bambino Nascosto (dir. Roberto Andó)
  • La Scuola Cattolica (dir. Stefano Mordini)
  • The Last Deul (dir. Ridley Scott)
  • Last Night In Soho (dir. Edgar Wright)
  • Les Choses Humaines (dir. Yvan Attal)
  • Old Henry (dir. Potsy Ponciroli)

Out Of Competition (Non-Fiction):

  • Deandre#Deandre Storia Di Un Impiegato (dir. Roberta Lena)
  • Django And Django (dir. Luca Rena)
  • Ezio Bosso. Le Cose Che Restano (dir. Giorgio Verdelli)
  • Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Song, A Journey (dir. Daniel Geller and Dayna Goldfine)
  • Life Of Crime 1984-2020 (dir. Jon Albert)
  • Republic Of Silence (dir. Diana El Jeiroudi)
  • Tranchees (dir. Loup Bureau)
  • Viaggio Nel Crepuscolo (dir. Augusto Contento)

Out Of Competition (TV):

  • Scenes From A Marriage/Episodes 1-5 (dir. Hagai Levi)

Horizons:

  • 107 Mothers (dir. Peter Kerkekes)
  • Amira (dir. Mohamed Diab)
  • Anatomy Of Time (dir. Jakrawal Nilthamrong)
  • Atlantide (dir. Yuri Ancarani)
  • El Gran Movimiento (dir. Kiro Russo)
  • El Hoyo En La Cerce (dir. Joachin Del Paso)
  • El Otro Tom (dir. Rodrigo Pla and Laura Santullo)
  • The Falls (dir. Chung Mong-Hong)
  • Inu-Oh (dir. Yuasa Masaaki)
  • Les Promesses (dir. Thomas Kruithof)
  • Miracle (dir. Bogdan George Apetri)
  • Once Upon A Time In Calcutta (dir. Adam Vikram Sengupta)
  • The Peacocks Paradise (dir. Laura Bispuri)
  • Pilgrims (dir. Laurynas Bareisa)
  • A Plein Temps (dir. Eric Gravel)
  • Rhino (dir. Oleg Sentsov)
  • True Things (dir. Harry Wootliff)
  • Vera Dreams Of The Sea (dir. Kaltrina Krasniqi)
  • White Building (dir. Kavich Neang)

Horizons Extra:

  • 7 Prisoners (dir. Alexandre Moratto)
  • The Blind Man Who Did Not Want To See Titanic (dir. Teemu Nikki)
  • Costa Brava (dir. Mounia Akl)
  • La Macchina Delle Immagini Di Alfredo C (dir. Roland Sejko)
  • La Ragazza Ha Volato (dir. Wilma Labate)
  • Land Of Dreams (dir. Shirin Neshat and Shoja Azari)
  • Ma Nuit (dir. Antoinette Boulot)
  • Mama, I’m Home (dir. Vladimir Bitokov)

Land Of Dreams and Les Promesses are set to open the festival while Il Bambino Nascosto is set to close the festival. The Venice Film Festival will begin on September 1, 2021 and end on September 11, 2021.

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