Best of The Venice International Film Fest

Posted 8 years ago by myetvmedia

James Franco’s ‘Child of God’ starring Scott Haze, took an searing, unflinching look at the dark side of loneliness and isolation.

Scarlett Johansson became a very seductive extra terrestrial in this weird film, Under The Skin.

The Canyons’, Paul Schrader convinced Lindsay Lohan to return to the silver screen after her very public personal collapse into drug addiction and challenges with rehab.

Locke, Tom Hardy spent an entire movie entirely alone inside a car.

The Armstrong Lie’, Lance Armstrong shocked the world with the truth, revealing the depth of the corruption in international cycling and the web of lies supporting the power and money.

The Wind Rises possibly the last animated feature film from beloved Oscar winning Japanese director, screenwriter, manga artist, anime artist, producer, Hayao Miyazaki.

Generational Hollywood royalty Gia Coppola, Francis Ford Coppola’s granddaughter, is a filmmaker to watch. Writing the screenplay and directing Palo Alto, based on James Franco’s collection of coming of age stories, in which he also stars.

Peter Landesman’s ‘Parkland’ marked the 50th anniversary of Kennedy’s assassination, revisiting the unanswered questions surrounding this historic, world changing event.

Blue is The Warmest Colour this movie set a new record winning a Palme d’Or for both Seydoux and Exarchopoulos, directed by Abdellatif Kechiche.

Tom A la Ferme; Canadian Xavier Dolan flexed his muscles with this Hitchcockian suspense thriller.

Zero Theorem, The infamous Terry Gilliam delivers his definitive message through this peculiar futuristic movie; ‘meaning may only be found in the intimacy of relationships’.

Joe, Gordon Green of Pineapple Express fame put young Tye Sheridan with veteran Nicolas Cage in this dark Texas tale.


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