Lo spettacolo deve continue!
The Venice International Film Festival intends to stick with the September 2 launch date, based on Luca Zaia, president of the Veneto region of Italy. It is in Veneto where one discovers the Venetian canals and gondolas, as well as the Palazzo del Cinema in Venice, a theater on the seven-mile barrier island known as The Lido in the Venetian Lagoon. It was a place to throw a party, and no one wanted to be a party to cancel it.
While Italy, especially in the north, is the first location in Europe to be severely hit by a coronavirus pandemic, new cases tend to increase significantly. down, and the country will open its borders for European travelers on June 3.
Zaia’s statement about the film festival came after the announcement that the architecture festival, which was intended to coincide with the film festival, had been pushed into 2021. However, the event required the construction of a new pavilion, which could not meet the deadline.
Cate Blanchett previously announced as president of the festival jury this year.
The Venice Film Festival began in 1932, making it the first film festival in the world (although it is not recommended to look too closely at who is some from the beginning winner.) Working in an unofficial tandem with the Telluride Film Festival, late summer / early autumn scheduling marks the start of the award season, a parade facing the audience about the charm, conversation and celebration that is an important foundation of our entertainment today. industry.
Venice 2019 saw the grand prize, the Golden Lion, go to Todd Phillips’ Comedian, 2018 go to Alfonso Cuaron’ Rome, and 2017 goes to Guillermo Del Toro’ Water Form.
A previous statement from the organizer suggested they had little interest in going with a “virtual festival,” and Interview with the head of the Cannes Film Festival earlier this month suggesting that the “Cannes Out-of-Doors” program might see titles that will debut this May in southern France that appear in Venice.
Zaia’s statement came right when the theater producer and concert promoter in the United States admitted that they were all but thrown into a towel by 2020, with eyes already focused on 2021.
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