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Venice Film Festival opens with 'anti-Covid-19 rules of conduct'
About 6,000 people are expected to attend this year - about half the festival's usual number.
Chaitanya Tamhane-directorial 'The Disciple' bags prestigious FIPRESCI award at Venice Film Fest
The film looks at the world of classical mus...
Fly-on-the-wall film on Greta Thunberg reveals her as steely, funny girl & a secret dancer
Several scenes show in the documentary her clashin...
Venice Film Festival to require masks during screenings, tests for participants from outside Europe
The film festival will be the first in-person movie event since the pandemic began.
Going digital: Vidya Balan's debut production 'Natkhat' set to premiere in online film fest
The short film has been selected by the Mumbai Film Festival to have its world premiere on June 2.
Horror high: 32nd Tokyo film festival unveils a new brand of Asia’s scariest movies
The film fest, being held from October 28 to November 5, is delving deep into the culture of making scary movies in Asia.
'Joker' smashes BO records, mints $93.5 mn during first weekend
The film now stands as the biggest October launch of all time.
Arab's new spring of succcessful women directors
Women filmmakers lead the charge in Arab cinema, as they cast off social barriers and tell their stories.
Dhanush's 'Visaarnai' enters Venice film festival
Superstar Dhanush's production venture "Visaarnai" has become the first Tamil movie to have its premiere at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival.
In Pics: Amy Adams, Emma Stone dazzle at the 73rd Venice Film Festival
The festival brings together some of the biggest names from the film fraternity every year.
Let's put a smile on that face: 'Joker' crosses Rs 50 crore mark in India
Joaquin Phoenix-starrer 'Joker' had initially opened to mixed reviews.
Venezuelan film 'From Afar' wins top honour at Venice Festival
"From Afar" bagged the coveted Golden Lion award at the 72nd Venice Film Festival, becoming the first Latin American film to receive the honour.
Intervals make Indian films lose their tightness: Sabrina Dhawan, writer of Monsoon Wedding
“India is such an exciting place to be, with the rise of multiplexes and a liberal censor board. I grew up in the 1980s where [mainstream] movies were very formulaic”