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Venice 2011 Lineup

The complete program for the 2011 Venice Film Festival.
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Dueling festival lineups! It seems that for every announcement for the Toronto International Film Festival lineup comes a competing (and often overlapping)  one from Venice.  Here we're collecting the finalized Venice lineups so far. (Above image: Philippe Garrel's A Burning Hot Summer.)

Competition

Out of Competition

Orizzonti

Venice Days

  • Another Silence (Santiago Amigorena, France/Canada/Brazil/Argentina)
  • My Name is Ki (Ladzek Dawid, Poland)
  • Ruggine (Daniele Gaglianone, Italy)
  • Guilty (Vincent Garenq, France)
  • All Our Desires (Philippe Lioret, France)
  • Love and Bruises (Lou Ye, France)
  • Historias. que so existem quando lembradas (Julia Murat, Brazil/France)
  • Twilight Portrait (Angelina Nikonova, Russia)
  • Io sono li (Andrea Segre, Italy/France)
  • Last Winter (John Shank, Belgium, France)
  • Café de Flore (Jean Marc Vallée, Canada/France)
  • Habibi (Susan Youssef, Palestine/United Arab Emerates/Netherlands)

Venice Days Special Events

  • Testimony (Shlomi Elkabetz, Israel/France)
  • Cuba in the Age of Obama (Gianni Minà, Italy)
  • Crazy Horse (Frederick Wiseman, France/USA)
  • Voi siette qui (Francesco Matera, Italy)
  • The Emperor of California (Luis Trenker, 1936)

Venice Days Open Space

  • La penna di Hemingway (Renzo Carbonera, Italy)
  • Hit the Road, Nonna (Duccio Chiarini, Italy)
  • The Forgotten World Cup (Lorenzo Garzella & Filippo Macelloni, Italy/Argentina)
  • Radici (Carlo Luglio, Italy)
  • Dietro il buio (Giorgio Pressburger, Italy)
  • Più come un Artista (Elisabetta Pandimiglio, Italy)
  • Valdagno, Arizona (Pyoor, Italy/USA)

Retrospective: Orizzonti 1961-1978

  • Anna (Alberto Grifi, 1972-1975)
  • Il potere (Augusto Tretti, 1972)
  • In punto di morete (Mario Garriba, 1971)
  • I parenti tutti (Fabio Garriba, 1967)
  • Voce del verbo morire (Mario Garriba, 1970)
  • Sul davanti fioriva una magnolia (Paolo Breccia, 1968)
  • La quieta febbre (Romano Scavolini, 1964)
  • Diario beat (Romano Scavolini, 1967)
  • Attacco (Romano Scavolini, 1970)
  • LSD (Romano Scavolini, 1968-1970)
  • Reflex (Mario Schifano, 1964)
  • Ferreri (Mario Schifano, 1966-1969)
  • Souvenir (Mario Schifano, 1967)
  • Film (Mario Schifano, 1967)
  • Fotografo (Mario Schifano, 1966-1969)
  • Vietnam (Mario Schifano, 1967)
  • Vieni dolce morte (Paolo Brunatto, 1967-1968)
  • Bis (Paolo Brunatto, 1966)
  • Hermitage (Carmelo Bene, 1967)
  • Il canto d'amore di Alfred Prufrock (Nico D'Alessandria, 1967)
  • Il respiro (Alex Rupp, 1964)
  • The City (Alex Rupp, 1961)
  • Zoomm, Track! (Mario Carbone, 1968)
  • Kappa (Nato Frascà, 1965-1966)
  • Soglie (Nato Frascà, 1978)

Controcampo Italiano Feature Films

  • Scialla! (Francesco Bruni, Italy)
  • Maternity Blues (Fabrizio Cattani, Italy)
  • Qualche nuvola (Saverio Di Biagio, Italy)
  • Cose dell'altro mondo (Francesco Patierno, Italy)
  • Cavalli (Michele Rho, Italy)
  • Tutta colpa della musica ( Ricky Tognazzi, Italy)

Controcampo Italiano Documentaries

  • Black block (Carlo Augusto Backschmidt, Italy)
  • Piazza Garibalid (Davide Ferrario, Italy)
  • Pugni chiusi (Fiorella Infascelli, Italy)
  • Out of Tehran (Monica Maggioni, Italy)
  • Pasta nera (Alessandro Piva, Italy)
  • Quiproquo (Elisabetta Sgarbi, Italy)

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