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Saiu hoje a Line-up dos filmes que estarão em competição:

 

Attenberg,” Athina Rachel Tsangari, Greece
“Barney’s Version,” Richard J. Lewis, Canada/Italy
“Black Swan,” Darren Aronofsky, USA
“Black Venus,” Abdellatif Kechiche, France
“Detective Dee and the Mystery of Phantom Flame,” Tsui Hark, China
“Happy Few,” Antony Cordier, France
“Meek’s Cutoff,” Kelly Reichardt, USA
“Miral,” Julian Schnabel, USA/France/Italy/Israel
“Noi Credevamo,” Mario Martone, Italy
“Norwegian Wood,” Anh Hung Tran, Japan
“La Passione,” Carlo Mazzacurati, Italy
“La Pecora Nera,” Ascanio Celestini, Italy
“Post Mortem,” Pablo Lerrain, Chile
“Potiche,” Francois Ozon, France
“Promises Written in Water,” Vincent Gallo, USA
“Road to Nowhere,” Monte Hellman, USA
“A Sad Trumpet Ballad,” Álex de la Iglesia, Spain
“Silent Souls,” Aleksei Fedorchenko, Russia
“The Solitude of Prime Numbers,” Saverio Costanzo, Italy
“Somewhere,” Sofia Coppola, USA
“13 Assassins,” Takashi Miike, Japan
“Three,” Tom Tykwer, Germany

 

O juri vai ser presidido pelo Quentin Tarantino esse ano.

 

Parece que vai ter uma "surpresa" que deve entrar de última hora (já perdi esperanças com relação a Malick...)

 

Fora de competição:

 

BEN AFFLECK - THE TOWN
CASEY AFFLECK - I'M STILL HERE (o documentário do Joaquin Phoenix)

MARCO BELLOCCHIO - SORELLE MAI
PIERGIORGIO GAY - NIENTE PAURA – COME SIAMO COME ERAVAMO E LE CANZONI DI LUCIANO LIGABUE
GIANFRANCO GIAGNI - DANTE FERRETTI - PRODUCTION DESIGNER
EMIDIO GRECO - NOTIZIE DEGLI SCAVI
DENNIS HOPPER - THE LAST MOVIE (1971

STEFANO INCERTI - GORBACIOF
ANURAG KASHYAP - THAT GIRL IN YELLOW BOOTS
STANLEY KWAN - YONGXIN TIAO (SHOWTIME)

ANDREW LAU - JINGWU FENGYUN – CHEN ZHEN (LEGEND OF THE FIST: THE RETURN OF CHEN ZHEN) (SERATA D'APERTURA)
CARLO MAZZACURATI - SEI VENEZIA

TAKASHI MIIKE - ZEBRAMAN (2004)

TAKASHI MIIKE - ZEBRAMAN: ZEBRA CITY NO GYAKUSHU (ZEBRAMAN 2: ATTACK ON ZEBRA CITY)
OXIDE PANG, DANNY PANG - TUNGNGAAN 3D (THE CHILD’S EYE 3D)
MICHELE PLACIDO - VALLANZASCA - GLI ANGELI DEL MALE

NADIA RANOCCHI, DAVID ZAMAGNI - ALL INCLUSIVE 3D

MANI RATNAM - RAAVANAN [VERSIONE TAMIL]
MANI RATNAM - RAAVAN [VERSIONE HINDI]
ROBERT RODRIGUEZ - MACHETE (FILM D'APERTURA MEZZANOTTE)

GABRIELE SALVATORES - 1960
ANTONELLO SARNO - LA PRIMA VOLTA A VENEZIA

GIANCARLO SCARCHILLI - VITTORIO RACCONTA GASSMAN - UNA VITA DA MATTATORE (OMAGGIO A VITTORIO GASSMAN)

MARTIN SCORSESE, KENT JONES - A LETTER TO ELIA
TAKASHI SHIMIZU - SENRITSU MEIKYU 3D (SHOCK LABYRINTH 3D)
JAN ŠVANKMAJER - PREŽÍT SVUJ ŽIVOT (SURVIVING LIFE)
JULIE TAYMOR - THE TEMPEST (FILM DI CHIUSURA

GIUSEPPE TORNATORE - L'ULTIMO GATTOPARDO: RITRATTO DI GOFFREDO LOMBARDO
JOHN TURTURRO - PASSIONE

ANDRUCHA WADDINGTON - LOPE
JOHN WOO, SU CHAO-PIN - JIANYU (REIGN OF ASSASSINS) (LEONE D'ORO ALLA CARRIERA 2010)

YUAN ZHANG - TAIKONG XIA 3D (SPACE GUY)


Machete deve passar no dia de abertura também, logo depois do Black Swan. The tempest vai ser o filme de encerramento.
Beckin2010-07-29 10:42:43
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Começou, com Black Swan:

 

E saíram as primeiras reações (algumas muito entusiasmadas) de Black Swan (post vai ser longo):

 

Black Swan wows critics at Venice premiere

 

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Black Swan had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival last night, and many critics are leaping around in grand jetés of praise:

SCREEN INTERNATIONAL: Already back on track after Venice Golden Lion winner The Wrestler, Darren Aronofsky soars to new heights with Black Swan, an enthralling drama set in the competitive world of ballet. Alternately disturbing and exhilarating, this dark study of a mentally fragile performer derailed by her obsession with perfection is one of the most exciting films to come out of the Hollywood system this year. Indeed it’s the perfect film to open the autumn season with its gala at Venice tonight, a bold display of cinematic fireworks that will leave audiences breathless…

Black Swan will be warmly received in Venice, Toronto and beyond and it should pirouette all the way to the Oscars next Feb. If the film is ultimately too unsettling to snag main prizes, it has at least one nomination in the bag for lead actress Natalie Portman who gives one of “those” performances, transforming herself after ten months of training into an accomplished ballerina, almost uncomfortable to watch as she consumes her difficult role…

Portman is captivating as Nina and not just because of her dancing prowess or her lean, emaciated ballerina’s frame. Like Catherine Deneuve in Repulsion or Mia Farrow in Rosemary’s Baby, she captures the confusion of a repressed young woman thrown into a world of danger and temptation with frightening veracity.

… It’s a mesmerising psychological ride that builds to a gloriously theatrical tragic finale as Nina attempts to deliver the perfect performance.

VARIETY: A wicked, sexy and ultimately devastating study of a young dancer’s all-consuming ambition, “Black Swan” serves as a fascinating complement to Darren Aronofsky’s “The Wrestler,” trading the grungy world of a broken-down fighter for the more upscale but no less brutal sphere of professional ballet. Centerstage stands Natalie Portman, whose courageous turn lays bare the myriad insecurities genuinely dedicated performers face when testing their limits, revealing shades of the actress never before seen on film

In the film’s staggering opening sequence (arresting enough to give skeptical male auds reason to stick around), Nina dreams of herself in “Swan Lake’s” lead role, circled by dark forces. …exaggerated stylistic choices extend to the production design as well, adding yet another motif: Reflective surfaces, mostly mirrors, offer fleeting glimpses of Nina’s other half.

Aronofsky seems to be operating more in the vein of early Roman Polanski or David Cronenberg at his most operatic. Though the director never immerses us as deeply inside Portman’s head as he did Mickey Rourke’s in “The Wrestler,” the latter third of “Black Swan” depicts a highly subjective view of events that calls to mind the psychological disintegration of both “Repulsion” and “Rosemary’s Baby.”

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER [less impressed]: “Swan” is an instant guilty pleasure, a gorgeously shot, visually complex film whose badness is what’s so good about it. You might howl at the sheer audacity of mixing mental illness with the body-fatiguing, mind-numbing rigors of ballet, but its lurid imagery and a hellcat competition between two rival dancers is pretty irresistible. Certain to divide audiences, “Swan” won’t lack for controversy, but will any of this build an audience? Don’t bet against it.

Only Aronofsky suggests, right from an opening dream sequence, that Nina might be cracking up. He keeps the camera close to his heroine, not just so objects and people can suddenly loom next to her as in all horror flicks, but to suggest a certain amount of paranoia and claustrophobia… Aronofsky, working with an original script by Andres Heinz that later was rewritten by Mark Heyman and John McLaughlin, never succeeds in wedding genre elements to the world of ballet. The film takes its cues from “Swan Lake” itself as demons, doubles and death dance in Nina’s head. She can only approach perfection by becoming the dual character she plays — the innocent and the evil.

Portman, who has danced but is no ballerina, does a more than credible job in the big dance numbers and the tough rehearsals that are so essential to the film. In her acting, too, you sense she has bravely ventured out of her comfort zone to play a character slowly losing sight of herself. It’s a bravura performance.

Obsessed with Film -

Best film I’ve seen all year.

Left me devastated, excited, tense and emotionally drained. Tarantino will be a fool if he doesn’t give this the Golden Lion (unless something even better is coming up!). Aronofsky has made his first masterpiece and Portman must now be favourite for the Oscar.

A perfect film that blends The Red Shoes with Antichrist, via Cronenberg.

source: http://www.obsessedwithfilm.com/movie-news/venice-2010-review-black-swan-best-film-of-the-year-left-me-devastated-excited-tense-and-emotionally-drained.php#ixzz0yHlgAtMD
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Menções a Repulsion, Rosemary's Baby, Polanski, Cronemberg e etc. Vou tentar não ir muito pelo hype (sendo que já me decepcionei com o Aronofsky) mas tá difícil. E a Portman hein ? Parece ser o papel da carreira dela.
Beckin2010-09-01 10:47:14
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Saíram os vencedores hoje:

 

LEÃO DE OURO - Sofia Coppola, por Somewhere

 

Melhor ator - Vincent Gallo, Essential Killing

Melhor Atriz - Ariane Labed, Attenberg

Prêmio especial do Juri - Jerzy Skolimowski, Essential Killing

Melhor diretor - Álex de la Iglesia, Sad Trumpet Ballad

Cinematography - Silent Souls

Special Golden Lion - Monte Hellman, Road To Nowhere

Revelação (Best new actor) Mila Kunis, por Black Swan

 

A decisão pelo leão foi unânime, segundo o Tarantino, presidente do juri.
Beckin2010-09-11 14:51:33
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