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Screening today 8 September at the 73rd Venice Film Festival

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Natalie Portman and Lily Depp keep everyone on their toes in ‘Planetarium.’ (Photo Courtesy of ASAC/LaBiennale Cinema)

It’s a hot day at the Venice International Film Festival! Screening in competition in the Sala Grande theatre today: Paradise by Andrei Konchalovsky (5:00 pm) and Questi giorni by Giuseppe Piccioni (7:45 pm). Out of Competition, Gantz:O by Yasushi Kawamura (10:30 pm).

At 2:00 pm, Award Ceremony: Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement to Jean-Paul Belmondo.

 

In competition in the Orizzonti section, Koca Dünya by Reha Erdem (2:45 pm). Out of Competition, Planetarium by Rebecca Zlotowski (5:15 pm), both in the Sala Darsena theatre.

 

Among other screenings today, Orizzonti Short Films (11:00 am and 5:00 pm) and El vendedor de orquídedas by Lorenzo Vigas (3:00 pm) in the new Sala Giardino theatre.

 

The PalaBiennale theatre features screenings for the public from 1:30 pm until the double screening starting at 8:00 pm.

 

All the screenings on Thursday 8 September
Line-up of the 73rd Venice Film Festival

 

See you at the cinema!

 

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All the screenings on Thursday 8 September
Line-up of the 73rd Venice Film Festival

 

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Jackie

 

Chilean director, Pablo Larrain is presenting his latest film, Jackie, in Competition for the Golden Lion, at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival.

 

Larrain has chosen to explore the complex emotions in the immediate aftermath of the assassination of the 35th President of the United States of America through the known actions and behaviors of the country’s First Lady at the time, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, known throughout the world simply as Jackie. Stylish, sophisticated and desirable, Jackie was one of the 2oth century’s most photographed and documented women.

 

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Jackie Director Pablo Larrain (Photo courtesy of ASAC/la_Bienalle Cinema)

 

After the death of the President, Jackie became known as and often referred to as the queen without a crown who lost her throne and her husband.

 

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Natalie Portman portrays Jacqueline Kennedy in Pablo Larrain’s, Jackie. (Photo courtesy of ASAC/la_Biennale Cinema/Stephanie Branchu)

 

I imagine Jackie experienced a complex web of emotions – sadness, anger – and wanted the world to see what was done to the distinguished leader of the free world, her husband.

 

 

Larrain is fully aware his work is not the definitive work on Jackie because in reality Jackie was a private person who valued her space as sacred. She shared moments willingly and others not so much so. Her children were of paramount importance to her and their safety and well-being came first. So Larrain gathered what he could from archives and copious research and molded what he found into a testimony of love – Jackie.

 

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A mourning First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy, in Jackie, a new film making its world premiere at the 73rd Venice International Film Festival. The film was directed by Chilean director Pablo Larrain. (Photo courtesy of ASAC/la_Biennale Cinema/William Gray)

 

The film is screening today in the Sala Grande Theater at 7:15 PM.

 

(Source: Jackie Pressbook)

Screening today 7 September at the 73rd Venice Film Festival

 

 

screen-shot-2016-09-07-at-11-49-54-amScreening in competition in the Sala Grande theatre today: Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey by Terrence Malick (5:00 pm) and Jackie by Pablo Larraín (7:15 pm).

Out of competition, The Journey by Nick Hamm (9:45 pm).
In competition in the Orizzonti section, Kékszakállú by Gastón Solnicki (3:00 pm) and Liberami by Federica Di Giacomo (5:15 pm), both in the Sala Darsena theatre.

Among other screenings today, Orizzonti Short Films (11:00 am) and Robinù by Michele Santoro (9:00 pm) in the new Sala Giardino theatre.
The PalaBiennale theatre features screenings for the public from 1:30 pm until the double screening starting at 8:15 pm.

 

See you at the cinema!

 

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(Source:www.labiennale.org)
All the screenings on Wednesday 7 September
Line-up of the 73rd Venice Film Festival

Screening today 6 September at the 73rd Venice Film Festival

Screen Shot 2016-09-06 at 11.44.03 AMScreening in competition in the Sala Grande theatre today: Une vie by Stéphane Brizé (4:30 pm) and The Bad Batch by Ana Lily Amirpour (7:15 pm). Out of Competition, Tommaso by Kim Rossi Stuart (10:00 pm).

In competition in the Orizzonti section, White Sun by Deepak Rauniyar (3:00 pm) and Gukoroku by Kei Ishikawa (5:00 pm), both in the Sala Darsena theatre.

Among other screenings today, Dark Night by Tim Sutton (11:30 am and 5:45 pm) and My Art by Laurie Simmons (9:00 pm) in the new Sala Giardino theatre.

The PalaBiennale theatre features screenings for the public from 1:00 pm until the double screening starting at 8:00 pm.

See you at the Cinema!

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All the screenings on Tuesday 6 September
Line-up of the 73rd Venice Film Festival

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Screening today 5 September at the 73rd Venice Film Festival

Screen Shot 2016-09-05 at 11.28.59 AMScreening in competition in the Sala Grande theatre today: La región salvaje by Amat Escalante (4:45 pm) and Piuma by Roan Johnson (7:30 pm). At 2:00 pm, Jaeger-leCoultre Glory to the Filmmaker Award to Amir Naderi; followed by Monte, screening Out of Competition.

In competition in the Orizzonti section, Maudite poutine by Karl Lemieux (3:00 pm) and Dawson City: Frozen Time by Bill Morrison (5:00 pm), both in the Sala Darsena theatre.

At 2:30 pm in the new Sala Giardino theatre, Special Tribute to Chris Meledandri, followed by a conversation with Chris Meledandri.

The PalaBiennale theatre features screenings for the public from 1:15 pm until the double screening starting at 8:15 pm.

(Source:www.labiennale.org)

Screening today at the 73rd Venice Film Festival – September 3

Screen Shot 2016-09-03 at 7.37.29 PMScreening in competition in the Sala Grande theatre today: Frantz by François Ozon (4:15 pm) and Brimstone by Martin Koolhoven (9:45 pm). Out of Competition, The Young Pope by Paolo Sorrentino (7:00 pm).

In competition in the Orizzonti section, Home by Fien Troch (2:30 pm) and King of the Belgians by Peter Brosens and Jessica Woodworth (5:00 pm), both in the Sala Darsena theatre.

Among other screenings today, La Soledad by Jorge Thielen Armand (11:30 am and 5:30 pm) and In Dubious Battle by James Franco (9:00 pm) in the new Sala Giardino theatre.

The PalaBiennale theatre features screenings for the public from 1:15 pm until the double screening starting at 8:00 pm.

(Source: http://www.labiennale.org)