Which titles are in the running for Venice 2022? | News

Anyone hoping to go to the Venice Film Festival should sort out their accommodation as soon as Netflix is ​​supposed to book plenty of digs at the Lido in anticipation of another stellar festival.

Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Mexican comedy will likely lead Netflix’s charge bardo and Noah Bambauch White Noise with Greta Gerwig and Adam Driver. The Syrian Refugee Story of Sally El Hosaini Swimmers, and Sebastian Lelio’s Irish set wonder, with Florence Poug.

Pugh also stars in Olivia Wilde don’t worry darling with Harry Styles for Warner Bros, which seem perfect for the Lido.

The list of American authors could also include Focus Features Tar with Cate Blanchett as a brilliant composer in Todd Field’s first films since Small Children 16 years ago. Canadian actress-turned-director Sarah Polley’s women who talk is likely to be in the mix if ready in time, though Toronto could be a strong bet for the overall drama.

Tilda Swinton, star of Joanna Hogg, prepares a viaggio in Venice while she is still in Cannes The Eternal Daughterby Guillermo del Toro Pinocchio and Wes Anderson Asteroid City.

Regulars of Venice

Venetian director Alberto Barbera could be tempted by his regulars. Emanuele Crialese has 1970s decor the immensitywith Penelope Cruz, the romantic drama of Jafar Panahi no bear is in office, while Luca Guadagnino has Bones and All, starring Timothee Chalamet, to which Amazon-owned MGM has most of the rights.

Amazon may also be in town with Florian Zeller the Sonwith Hugh Jackman, Anthony Hopkins and Vanessa Kirby, while The Whale with Brendan Fraser is a strong candidate. A24 owns the US rights and also owns Daina O. Pusic’s mother-daughter fairy tale Tuesday with Julia Louis-Dreyfus, as well as Ari Aster Boulevard of disappointment. with Joaquin Phoenix.

Another return ticket could be booked for Martin McDonagh who finishes The Banshees of Inisherin with Colin Farrell and Barry Keoghan.

International titles that are buzzing include Macedonian director Teona Strugar Mitevska’s drama The happiest man in the world, First feature film by French director Alice Diop Saint Omerand Maria Schrader She says, the story of the New York Times investigation that brought down Harvey Weinstein.

Argentinian director Lisandro Alonsoit’s eureka with Viggo Mortensen, Monica Bellucci by Paolo Virzì featured Siccitathat of Ahmed Yassin Al Daradji Hanging gardens and Yasmine Benkiran’s road movie queens.

From South Korea Ryoo Seung-wan’s 1970-set Smuggle is a potential selection after his The city of violence performed in the midnight section of Venice in 2006

Philip Sotnychenko’s first feature film The obvious and Rock. Paper. Grenade by Iryna Tsilyk were both featured in the Ukraine In Focus show at Cannes Marché. Other potential selections from Ukraine could include a long-gestating war documentary steel company by Yulia Hontaruk and Roman Liubyi’s Iron Butterflies, the documentary-fiction hybrid about the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.

From the Nordic region, the Finnish ecological thriller by Saara Saarela water memory is in office and Sweden-Norway of Milad Alami Opponent on an Iranian exile is over.

The Venice Film Festival traditionally announces its lineup at the end of July.

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