2015: 12th edition
september 2 - 12


Interview with Jonas Carpignano
In the running for the LUX Prize, the director of Mediterranea has made a first film that prompts audiences to think hard about the conditions of those who emigrate to other countries. [...]
Interview with Margita Gosheva
The multi-award-winning film The Lesson, directed by Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov, is one of the three finalists for the European Parliament's LUX Prize. [...]
Interview with Cécile Kyenge
The vice-president of the Delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Assembly in the European Parliament and member of the Commission for Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs, was invited to the Venice Days, where she talked to us about the own-initiative report "Global Approach to Policy in the Mediterranean" and the LUX Prize. [...]
Interview with Davide Barletti, Jacopo Quadri, Eugenio Barba and Julia Varley
The co-founder of the collective Fluid Video Crew and the editor of Death of a Neapolitan Mathematician, among other films, has turned out a documentary, The Country Where Tree's Fly. Eugenio Barba and the Days of Odin. [...]
Interview with Vincenzo Marra
The Neapolitan filmmaker is back at Venice Days for an encore: his film First Light, the story of a fraught separation and a child contended for by his parents on two continents. [...]
Interview with Piotr Chrzan
The Polish filmmaker's first film Klezmer offers an intense look at the horrors of the Holocaust and the inability of men and women to rebel against an unwritten fate that nevertheless leaves many of them no escape. [...]
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