Thursday, August 06, 2009

6th Giornate degli Autori at 66th Biennale

The parallel section will run from September 3 to 12 and will screen 18 world premieres, 5 debut films, 12 fictional stories, 6 documentaries, 12 nationalities: Albania, Algeria, Austria, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, UK, USA. This is the lineup for Venice Days.

Apan (The Ape), Jesper Ganslandt, Sweden
Barking Water, Sterlin Harjo, USA
Celda 211 (Cell 211), Daniel Monzón, Spain
De Laastste Dagen Van Emma Blank (The Last Days of Emma Blank), Alex van Warmerdam, Netherlands
Desert Flower, Sherry Horman, Germany, Austria and France
Di Me Cosa Ne Sai, Valerio Jalongo, Italy
Francia, Israel Adrián Caetano, Argentina
Gordos, Daniel Sánchez-Arévalo, Spain
Harragas, Merzak Allouache, Algeria and France
Honeymoons, Goran Paskaljevic, Albania and Serbia
I Magliari, Francesco Rosi, Italy, 1959 (restored copy)
Je Suis Heureux que ma Mere Soit Vivante, Claude Miller and Nathan Miller, France
L’Amore e Basta, Stefano Consiglio, Italy (lesbian/gay interest documentary)
La Horde, Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Rocher, France
La Sangre y La LLuvia (The Blood and the Rain), Jorge Navas, Colombia
Mille Giorni di Vito, Elisabetta Pandimiglio, Italy
Poesia Che Mi Guardi, Marina Spada, Italy
Qu’un Seul Tienne et Les Autres Suivront (Silent Voices), Léa Fehner, France (gay interest)
Ragazze - La Vita Trema, Paola Sangiovanni, Italy
Teat Beat of Sex, Signe Baumane, Italy and Latvia
Videocracy, Erik Gandini, Sweden (in collaboration with International Critics Week)
Vittorio D., Mario Canale and Annarosa Morri, Italy

To check information on each film and some trailers go here. The program this year is basically European centered.
Updated August 19, 2009.

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