Venice Days: más películas

Acá el anuncio oficial de la participación de la película de Adrián Caetano en el Festival de Venecia

Thanks to a fruitful collaboration with the Venice Biennale, which kindly gave us (and the International Critics´ Week) the use of the new Sala Perla 2, and the exceptionally interesting submissions we received, we complete the program of the sixth Venice Days with a host of new films and events.

There are three new titles in Official Selection:

* Swedish director Jesper Ganslandt (in Venice Days 2006 with Falkenberg Farewell) returns with the world premiere of APAN, the disturbing thriller about a father who kills his wife and attacks his son

* In his new film FRANCIA (world premiere), Argentinean master filmmaker Israel Adrián Caetano (Red Bear and Buenos Aires, 1977) follows a family tragedy

* Colombia´s Jorge Navas makes an impressive feature debut on an infernal Bogota by night in LA SANGRE Y LA LLUVIA,

(There are thus five first films in Venice Days, all of which will vie for the Lion of the Future - Luigi De Laurentiis Award).

* At the Filmmakers Villa, the Screen under the Stars program will every day feature new films, discussions and contemplations of contemporary cinema. Among them, the wonderful portrait of a great Italian poetess, Cosimo Damiano Damato´s ALDA MERINI (narrated by Mariangela Melato); the "ballade" IL CAVALIERE SOLE by Pasquale Scimeca; and the special program AN EVENING IN TEHRAN, shorts by Iranian film students.

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