Venice Lineup for 2021

The 2021 Venice Film Festival runs 1 to 11 September 2021. The official lineup for the festival is:

Opening Night

  • “Parallel Mothers,” Pedro Almodóvar (in competition)

Competition/Venezia 78

  • “Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon,” Ana Lily Amirpour
  • “Un Autre Monde,” Stephanie Brize
  • “The Power of the Dog,” Jane Campion
  • “America Latina,” Damiano D’Innocenzo and Fabio D’Innocenzo
  • “L’Evenement,” Audrey Diwan
  • “Official Competition,” Gaston Duprat and Mariana Cohn
  • “Il Buco,” Michelangelo Frammartino
  • “Sundown,” Michel Franco
  • “Illusions Perdues,” Xavier Giannoli
  • “The Lost Daughter,” Maggie Gyllenhaal
  • “Spencer,” Pablo Larrain
  • “Freaks Out,” Gabrielle Mainetti
  • “Qui Rido Io,” Mario Martone
  • “On the Job: The Missing 8,” Erik Matti
  • “Leave No Traces,” Jan P. Matuszynski
  • “Captain Volkonogov Escaped,” Natasha Merkulova and Aleksey Chupov
  • “The Card Counter,” Paul Schrader
  • “The Hand of God,” Paolo Sorrentino
  • “Reflection,” Valentyn Vasyanovych
  • “La Caja,” Lorenzo Vigas

Out of Competition (Fiction)

  • “Il Bambino Nascosto,” Roberto Ando (closing film of the festival)
  • “Les Choses Humaines,” Yvan Attal
  • “Ariaferma,” Leonardo di Costanzo
  • “Halloween Kills,” David Gordon Green
  • “La Scoula Cattolica,” Stefano Mordini
  • “Old Henry,” Potsy Ponciroli
  • “The Last Duel,” Ridley Scott
  • “Dune,” Denis Villeneuve
  • “Last night in Soho,” Edgar Wright
  • “Scenes From a Marriage” (Episodes 1-5), Hagai Levi

Out of Competition (Non Fiction)

  • “Life of Crime 1984-2020,” Jon Alpert
  • “Tranchees,” Loup Bureau
  • “Viaggio Nel Crepuscolo,” Augusto Contento
  • “Republic of Silence,” Diana el Jeiroudi
  • “Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song,” Daniel Geller and Dayna Goldfine
  • “Deandre#Deandre Storia Di Un Impiegato,” Roberta Lena
  • “Django and Django,” Luca Rea
  • “Ezio Bosso. Le Cose Che Restano,” Giorgio Verdelli

Out of Competition (Special Screenings)

  • “Le 7 Giornate di Bergamo,” Simona Ventura
  • “Il Cinema Al Tempo del Covid,” Andrea Segre

Out of Competition (Short Films)

  • “Plastic Semiotic,” Radu Jude
  • “The Night,” Tsai Ming-Liang
  • “Sad Film,” Vasili (Pseudonym)

Horizons/Orizzonti

  • “Les Promesses,” Thomas Kruithof
  • “Atlantide,” Yuri Ancarani
  • “Miracle,” Bogdan George Apetri
  • “Pilgrims,” Laurynas Bareisa
  • “Il Paradiso Del Pavone,” Laura Bispuri
  • “The Falls,” Chung Mong-Hong
  • “El Hoyo en la Cerca,” Joaquin Del Paso
  • “Amira,” Mohamed Diab
  • “A Plein Temps,” Eric Gravel
  • “107 Mothers,” Peter Kerekes
  • “Vera Dreams of the Sea,” Kaltrina Krasniqi
  • “White Building,” Kavich Neang
  • “Anatomy of Time,” Jakrawal Nilthamrong
  • “El Otro Tom,” Rodrigo Pla and Laura Santullo
  • “El Gran Movimiento,” Kiro Russo
  • “Once Upon a Time in Calcutta,” Aditya Vikram Sengupta
  • “Rhino,” Oleg Sentsov
  • “True Things,” Harry Wootliff
  • “Inu-Oh,” Yuasa Masaaki

Horizons/Orizzonti Extra

  • “Land of Dreams,” Sherin Neshat and Shoja Azari
  • “Costa Brava,” Mounia Akl
  • “Mama, I’m Home,” Vladimir Bitokov
  • “Ma Nuit,” Antoinette Boulat
  • “La Ragazza Ha Volato,” Wilma Labate
  • “7 Prisoners,” Alexandre Moratto
  • “The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic,” Teemu Nikki
  • “La Macchina Delle Immagini di Alfredo C.,” Roland Sejko

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