What are the 23 films competing for the Golden Lion at Venice?

What are the 23 films competing for the Golden Lion at Venice?

The 79th edition of the Venice Film Festival, which runs from August 31 to September 10, unveiled its selection of films on Tuesday, July 26.

Movie buffs will be delighted. Indeed, the Venice Film Festival – which runs from August 31 to September 10 and is broadcast exclusively on Canal+ – unveiled this Tuesday, July 26, the list of 23 films that will be in the running for the Golden Lion for Best Picture:

– Opening Film: “White Noise” by Noah Baumbach (USA, 136 minutes) with Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Don Cheadle and Raffy Cassidy

– “The Lord of the Ants” by Gianni Amelio (Italy, 134 minutes) Luigi Lo Casio, Elio Germano, Leonardo Maltese, Sara Cerraico

– “The Whale” by Darren Aronofsky (USA, 117 minutes) with Brendan Fraser, Sadie Zink, Hong Chow, Samantha Morton and Ty Simpkins

– “L’immensità” (“The immensity”) by Emanuele Crialese (Italy, 97 minutes) with Penelope Cruz, Luana Giuliani and Vincenzo Amato

– “Saint Omer” by Alice Diop (France, 122 min.), with Kaije Kagame, Guslagi Malanda, Valerie Dreville, and Aurelia Petit

– “Blonde” by Andrew Dominik (USA, 165 minutes), with Ana de Armas, Adrien Brody, Bobby Cannavel, Xavier Samuel, Julian Nicholson and Lily Fisher

– Todd Field’s “Tar” (United States, 158 minutes) with Cate Blanchett, Nomi Merlant, Nina Hoss, Sophie Kaur, Julian Glover, Alan Corduner and Mark Strong

-“Love Life” by Koji Fukada (Japan / France, 123 minutes) Avec Fumino Kimura, Kento Nagayama, Atom Tsunada

– “Athena” by Romain Gavres (France, 97 minutes) with Dali Benzela, Sami Slimane, Anthony Bajon, Oussini Mbarek and Alexis Manenti

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– “Bones and All” by Luca Guadagnino (United States, 130 minutes) with Taylor Russell, Timothée Chalamet, Mark Rylance, Andre Holland and Chloë Sevigny

– “The Eternal Daughter” by Joanna Hogg (Itatz-Unis/GB, 96 minutes) with Tilda Swinton, Joseph Meidel, Carly-Sophia Davies

– “Bardo, A False Chronicle of Certain Truths” by Alejandro Iñárritu (Mexico) with Daniel Giménez Cacho, Griselda Siciliani and Ximena Lamadrid

– “Shab, Dakheli, Diwar” (“Beyond the Wall”) by Vahid Jalilvand (Iran, 126 min) with Navid Mohammadzadeh, Diana Habibi and Amir Aghei

– Martin McDonagh’s “The Banshees of Inishrein” (Ireland/GB/USA, 109 mins) with Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Kerry Condon and Barry Keoghan

– “Argentina, 1985” – Santiago Miter (Argentina, 140 minutes) with Ricardo Darin, Peter Lanzani, Alejandra Fleckner and Norman Briskey

– “Chiara” by Susanna Nicciarelli (Italy/Belgium, 106 min.), with Margherita Mazzucco, Andrea Carpensano and Carlotta Natoli

– “Monica” by Andrea Pallaro (USA/Italy, 106 min) with Trace Lisette, Patricia Clarkson, Adriana Baraza, Emily Browning and Joshua Close

– “Khers Nist” (“Bears Don’t Exist”) by Jafar Panahi (Iran, 106 minutes) with Jafar Panahi, Nasser Hashemi and Vahid Mobaseri

– “All the Beauty and the Blushed” by Laura Poitras (United States, 113 minutes)

– Frédéric Wiseman (France/USA, 63 minutes) “A Couple” with Nathalie Beautefeuw

– “The Sun” by Florian Zeller (GB, 123 min) with Hugh Jackman, Laura Dern, Vanessa Kirby, Sean McGrath, Anthony Hopkins and Hugh Quarshie

– “Means” by Roshdi Sem (France, 85 min), with Sami Boujila, Roshdi Sem, Meriam Zerba, Maywen, Rachid Bouchereb, Abel Jaffrey and Nina Sem

– “The Mildren of Others” by Rebecca Slotowski (France, 104 minutes) with Virginie Efira, Roshdi Sem, Chiara Mastroianni and Cali Ferreira

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