"Blonde," "Bardo," "The Whale," "Eternal Daughter," and More Are on the Venice 2022 Lineup.
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The pandemic's existential crisis has apparently strengthened film festivals more than ever.
Filmmaker Joe Russo, who is now in India, has praised the film as well, describing it as a "fully done epic."
"CODA," the only Sundance debut to ever win the Best Picture Oscar, did it earlier this year.
Furthermore, Cannes, which returned to its traditional May dates, introduced the world to art house marvels like Palme d'Or winner "Triangle of Sadness," which might have an impact on the Oscar race the following year.
With Venice, Telluride, and TIFF coming in quick succession, the awards season is now expected to gain up steam. As usual, Venice comes first, with its 79th meeting starting on August 31.
Its lineup has since been made public.
It will compete for the Golden Lion at competition screenings.
In recent years, Netflix has performed particularly well at Venice, with "Roma" winning the Golden Lion in 2018 before winning other statuettes.
And "The Power of the Dog," which made its festival debut last year before Jane Campion ultimately won Best Director in March.
Julianne Moore is the head of the Venice jury for this year. Mariano Cohn, Leonardo di Costanzo, Audrey Diwan, Leila Hatami, Kazuo Ishiguro, and Rodrigo Sorogoyen will all be present with her.
The Venice Film Festival in 2022 takes place from August 31 to September 10
2021 Venice International Film Festival began on and ended onWednesday,September 1 Saturday , September 11
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