Un'isola tra mare e laguna a difesa di Venezia.
Spaghetti Western is the fourth edition of a special section of the Venice Film Festival, a tribute to the Secret History of Italian Cinema.
Quentin Tarantino will be the 'godfather' of the retrospective at the Venice Film Festival dedicated to the best italian western films.
The line-up of the 64th Venice International Film Festival, that will run at Venice Lido from August 29 to September 8.
The 64th Venice Film Festival ended Saturday 8 September with the official awards ceremony in the Sala Grande at the Palazzo del Cinema. During the ceremony the Golden Lion of the 75th Anniversary was presented to Bernardo Bertolucci. The Golden Lion for Best Film goes to Se, Jie (Lust, Caution) by Ang Lee, the Silver Lion for Best Director goes to Brian De Palma for Redacted.
The 63. edition of the Festival, directed by Marco Muller, begins on August 30th at the Lido Cinema Palace in Venice. The Film Festival kicks off with the world premiere of Brian De Palma's The Black Dahlia, adaptation of the novel by James Ellroy, about the notorious unsolved murder of an aspiring actor in 1940s Los Angeles. The first film screening in in this year's line-up opens the way to several high-tension films based on real-life events, many drawn from American 20th-century history, where we'll see crime stories, played by misterious criminals, dark ladies, intelligence agents.
It's wednesday 30 August 2006 at the Lido of Venice the inauguration of the 9° International Exhibition of Sculptures and Installations - OPEN2OO6. The exhibition, directed by Paolo De Grandis and organised
by Arte Communications in collaboration with the Executive Committee
for Cultural Production of the Venice District Council and the Centro
Italiano per le Arti e la Cultura di Torino (Italian Centre of Art and
Culture of Turin), will be held from 30 August to 1 October 2006.