29-08 / 08-09
FRED Film Radio is joining the 75th Venice International Film Festival in Venice, Italy, from August 29 to September 8, 2018.
29 / 08 - 8 / 09 / 2017
The independent and parallel section of the Venice Film Festival, organized by the National Union of Italian Film Critics.
A friendly talk with Spike Lee about innovation and cinema, politics and the importance of the message in contemporary cinema.
Cheating, playing, diminishing death.
The dancer is the dance, a body and the issue of masculinity and femininity.
The relationship between sexuality and death.
A film inspired by the works of Eric Rohmer.
An adaptation of the real life story of an albino girl in an intense film presented in the Biennale College Cinema programme.
An introspective glimpse of the life and artistic career of William Friedkin.
Creativity from the perspective of some of the greatest modern artists and thinkers.
When Bruce Weber meets Robert Mitchum.
One of the 2018 Miu Miu Women’s Tales 2018 short films.
A short film of Miu Miu Women’s Tales series.
Cinema, performance arts and politics.
A Tunisian horror is the closing film of the Venice International Critics Week.
The clash between nature and progress, through the fight of a man to preserve the forest where he lives.
A tribute to cinema and the different kinds of love for it.
A portrait of the criminal underworld.
The issue of copyright across the European Union was the centre of a quarrel on a European law to be discussed (and it passed just yesterday).
A night where everything could change.
Set in the early 1980’s, the film tells the story of John DeLorean through his friendship with charming ex-con turned FBI informant, Jim Hoffman.
Recovered almost 90 years after being shot, archive materials are put together in order to reconstruct one of Stalin’s regime fake trials.
The young Clare, after a tragic incident, chases a British soldier through the wilderness in Tasmania.
On humanity, above all.
Inspired by the nameless, voiceless bodies of refugees.
Zahler and Vaughn together again, after the success of “Brawl in Cell Block 99”.
A guerrilla documentary about Syrian war. 450 hours of footage, two years of shooting, and far too many deaths.
A civilization on the eve of its downfall.
José is a young man living in Guatemala. Amidst violence and poverty, he faces life and the challenges of being gay.
A film about imprisonment.
A study into the Utoya and Oslo terrorist attacks in Norway, back in 2011. The film follows one of the victims’ recovery and the trial on the murderer.