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Visit the Lido Without Spending the Big Bucks: Ten Venice Features to Stream Online

Thompson on Hollywood By Beth Hanna | Thompson on Hollywood August 22, 2012 at 1:02PM

For the first time in the history of the Venice Film Festival (August 29-September 8), 10 features films and 13 short films from the Orizzonti section of the fest will be available for streaming all over the world, concurrent with the films' debuts on the Lido.
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Feature-length Films

·         Thursday 30 August

GLI EQUILIBRISTI by Ivan De Matteo (Italy, France, 100')

·         Saturday 1 September

EL SHEITA ELLI FAT (WINTER OF DISCONTENT) by Ibrahim El Batout (Egypt, 94’)

·         Sunday 2 September

BOXING DAY by Bernard Rose (Great Britain, USA, 91')

LOW TIDE by Roberto Minervini (USA, Italy, Belgium, 92')

·         Monday 3 September

LEONES by Jazmin Lopez (Argentina, France, Netherlands, 80')

·         Tuesday 4 September

MENATEK HA-MAIM (THE CUTOFF MAN) by Idan Hubel (Israel, 76')

·         Wednesday 5 September

L’INTERVALLO by Leonardo Di Costanzo (Italy, Switzerland, Germany, 86')

·         Thursday 6 September

BELLAS MARIPOSAS by Salvatore Mereu (Italy, 100')

YEMA by Djamila Sahraoui (Algeria, France, 90')

·         Friday 7 September

JA TOZHE HOCHU (ME TOO) by Alexey Balabanov (Russia, 83')

Short Films

·         Thursday 6 September

MIRACLE BOY by Jake Mahaffy (Usa, 17’)

CHO-DE (INVITATION) by Min-young YOO (South Korea, 16’)

RESISTENTE by Renate Costa, Salla Sorri (Denmark, Finland, Paraguay, 20’)

I’M THE ONE by Paola Morabito (Australia, 14’)

O AFINADOR by Fernando Camargo, Matheus Parizi (Brazil, 15’)

LIVING STILL LIFE by Bertrand Mandico (France, Belgium, Germany, 15’)

CARGO by Carlo Sironi (Italy, 15’)

·         Friday 7 September

FRANK-ÉTIENNE VERS LA BÉATITUDE by Constance Meyer (France, 12’)

TITLOI TELOUS (OUT OF FRAME) by Yorgos Zois (Greece, 11’)

LUISA NO ESTÁ EN CASA by Celia Rico Clavellino (Spain, 19’)

BANSULLI (THE FLUTE) by Min Bham (Nepal, 15’)

LAS MANOS LIMPIAS by Carlos Armella (Mexico, 11’)

LA SALA by Alessio Giannone (Italy, 16’)

This article is related to: Venice Film Festival, Digital Future, Festivals, Festivals


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