31/08 - 10 / 09 / 2022
FRED Film Radio is joining the 79th Venice International Film Festival in Venice, Italy, from August 31 to September 10, 2022.
31/ 08 - 10 / 09 / 2022
The aim of the event is to draw attention to high quality cinema, without any kind of restriction, with special care for innovation, research, originality and independence.
31/ 08 - 11/ 09/ 2022
The independent and parallel section of the Venice Film Festival, organized by the National Union of Italian Film Critics.
25 / 06 / 2022
The first international project aimed at promoting Italian cinema written, produced, and directed by women, which is also available in an accessible version.
8-19 / 06 / 2022
Outstanding European women directors present their films.
After presenting it at the Festival de Cannes, out of competition, Ari Folman is in Italy to present Where is Anna Frank.
Dhont: “My film is an homage to friendship”.
Edward Berger directs the first German film adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque’s pacifist world bestseller.
Daniel Brühl on how to depict war on screen nowadays.
Entering the world of David Bowie.
The Italian Film Festival features a selection of films from the New Neapolitan Cinema movement, curated and presented by the Italian Cultural Institute in Melbourne, bringing to the Australian audience the rich Neapolitan film heritage of the last 30 years.
This edition features a stunning selection of contemporary Italian cinema, a nod to Pier Paolo Pasolini on the centenary of his birth, and a spotlight on Naples, featuring Mario Martone’s Nostalgia selected at the Cannes Film Festival.
Leo Ferrari and Leonardo Venturi, actors of the WeDo project.
Evgeny Afineevsky, Nataliia Nagorna, Hanna Zaitseva – Freedom on fire: Ukraine’s fight for freedom #Venezia79
A documentary on Ukraine’s invasion by Russia, told by its anonymous protagonists.
Steve Buscemi’s 6th film as director is about a woman whose superpower is “Listening”.
Casey Affleck and Zoey Deschanel play Donnie Emerson and his wife Nancy in Dreamin’ Wild, the real story of the singer/songwriter’ second chance at music, success and life.
“Are you the man that you say you are?”. From this quote in the film, Harry Styles and Chris Pine talk about the men characters in the film that are victims of society rules and cultural pressure.
Gemma Chan in Don’t worry darling portrays evil through her silences and looks.
The ITTV Forum & Festival in Los Angeles from the words of its founder Valentina Martelli.
At the Women In Cinema Award Sinem Sakaoglu representing Cigdem mater, awarded this year but in jail in Turkey.
The outcomes of the 2022 edition of Final Cut In Venice.
A mother and a teenage son moving from city to city to find a place to fit in.
One example of the new horizons of immersove Vr cinema, an adapation from Pin Yathay best seller by the same title.
One of the most intriguing plots of the year, in a film taht makes the incredible real and tangible.
One of the four projects of Biennale College, from Kazakhstan, told by its director.
A gripping film about patriarchy, power, war and female self-determination.
A tale of fatherhood and belonging in Indonesia, a meditation on morality and duty.
The stylish and nice N.W.Refn with his lead actresses talk about his second trip into the series.
One of the most acclaimed composers of our times talk on hie experience as a guide in the making of Music for black pigeons.
An essential and unmissable trip through the volution of modern jazz with the voices of the major players on the planet.
Following the hit X, Ti West and Mia Gith talk about the prequel and the new directions of their filmaking.
Rachel Broisahan and Christoph Waltz talk about their roles in Dead for a dollar by Walter Hill..
Willem Dafoe and Bemjamin Bratt together to talk about their roles in Dead for a dollar, the new western by Walter Hill.
A chat with the great Walter Hill, on his comeback to western film Dead for a dollar.
A monologue on love and relationships, the words of Tolstoj’s wife are so modern and contemporary it almost hurts.