Roy Andersson’s film won the Golden Lion, the top prize from the 2014 Venice Film Festival
Venice Film Festival
Swedish director Roy Andersson’s “A Pigeon Sat On A Branch Reflecting On Existence” won the Golden Lion award for the Best Film at the 71st...
The people behind the dark and lovely “Coraline” and “Paranorman” offer up a charmless kiddie movie that’s unappealing both visually and narratively
Venice Reviews: Al Pacino Achieves Late-Career Greatness in ‘Manglehorn'; Bogdanovich and Levinson, Not So Much
With the performances he’s gotten this year from Pacino, as well as from Nicolas Cage in “Joe,” director David Gordon Green becomes the go-to sponsor...
Art imitating life provides just some of the fun — and the smarts — of this jazzy, unpredictable character piece
Directors David Gordon Green, Abel Ferrara, Peter Bogdanovich and Joe Dante are bringing films to the late-August festival
"The Guilt" director David Victori wins $500,000 for his next project from online film festival sponsored by YouTube (video)
Terrence Malick's "To the Wonder" is jeered and praised in Venice, while Joaquin Phoenix angers photographers at the premiere of "The Master"
Venice Film Festival: Zac Efron Charms, Michael Cimino Returns and Spike Lee Celebrates Michael Jackson
In the first three days of the Venice Film Festival, attractions include Spike Lee's Michael Jackson documentary "Bad 25" and Michael Cimino's restored flop "Heaven's...
Tarak Ben Ammar's Eagle Pictures has acquired the Italian rights to the Venice Film Festival opener "The Reluctant Fundamentalist"
Lee's Michael Jackson documentary "Bad 25" will screen at Venice
Robert Redford, Susanne Bier and Spike Lee will also be represented at the festival
First three days of the fest feature a handful of respected movies, plus Madonna’s fancy flop
Polanski’s “Carnage” and Soderbergh’s “Contagion” will play at fall festival, which opens with George Clooney’s “Ides of March”
The prize for best movie was chosen unanimously by the jury
Honored for lifetime achievement, including films like “Broken Arrow,” “Face Off”
Darren Aronofsky’s sexually charged thriller one of 23 films in the official competition at the fest, which wraps Sept. 11
Unable to attend Cannes, Jafar Panahi is out of jail and will attend the Venice Film Festival
22 films enter competition this year, along with such out-of-competition films such as Casey Affleck’s Joaquin Phoenix doc, Julie Taymor’s “The Tempest” and Robert Rodriguez’s...
Comic-Con comes to a (bloody) end, and tonier gatherings await
Man crashes press conference to declare his love for the actor.