Com ‘Zama’ no menu, Veneza apresenta suas iguarias

Com ‘Zama’ no menu, Veneza apresenta suas iguarias

Rodrigo Fonseca

27 Julho 2017 | 09h17

Rodrigo Fonseca
Copiada às pressas diretamente do site do Festival de Veneza, a lista de atrações do Lido em 2017, quando o evento vai de 30 de agosto a 9 de setembro, flerta com a diversidade estética, abraçando realizadores acolhidos pelos estúdios. Entra no pacote de títulos hors-concours o novo trabalho da argentina Lucrecia Martel, feito em duo com a brasileira Bananeira Filmes: o épico Zama, com Matheus Nachtergaele em seu elenco.

COMPETITION
“Human Flow,” Ai Weiwei (Germany, U.S.)

“mother!”, Darren Aronofsky (U.S.)

“Suburbicon,” George Clooney (U.S.)

“The Shape Of Water,” Guillermo Del Toro (U.S.)

“L’Insulte,” Ziad Doueiri (France, Lebanon)

“La Villa,” Robert Guediguian (France)

“Lean on Pete,” Andrew Haigh (U.K.)

“Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno,” Abdellatif Kechiche

“The Third Murder,” Koreada Hirkazu (Japan)

“Jusqu’a La Garde,” Xavier Legrand (France)

“Amore e Malavita,” Manetto Bros. (Italy)

“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” (U.K.)

“Hannah,” Andrea Pallaoro (Italy, Belgium, France)

“Downsizing,” Alexander Payne (U.S.)

“Angels Wear White,” Vivian Qu (China, France)

“Una Famiglia,” Sebastiano Risio (Italy)

“First Reformed,” Paul Schrader (U.S.)

“Sweet Country,” Warwick Thornton (Australia)

“The Leisure Seeker,” Paolo Virzì (Italy)

“Ex Libris – The New York Public Library, Frederick Wiseman (U.S.)

“Zama” é dirigido por Lucrecia Martel

OUT OF COMPETITION

Special Events

“Casa D’Altri,” Gianni Amelio (Italy)

“Michael Jackson’s Thriller 3D,” John Landis (U.S)

“Making of Michael Jackson’s Thriller,” Jerry Kramer (U.S.)

FICTION

“Our Souls at Night,” Ritesh Batra (U.S.)

“Il Signor Rotopeter,” Antonietta De Lillo (Italy)

“Victoria and Abdul,” Stephen Frears (U.K.)

“La Melodie,” Rachid Hami (France)

“Outrage Coda,” Kitano Takes (Japan)

“Loving Pablo,” Fernando Leon De Aranoa (Spain)

“Zama,” Lucrecia Martel (Argentina, Brazil)

“Wormwood,” Errol Morris (U.S.)

“Diva!”, Francesco Patierno (Italy)

“La Fidele,” Michael R. Roskam (Belgium, France, Netherlands)

“The Private Life of a Modern Woman,” James Toback (U.S.)

“Brawl in Cell Block 99,” S. Craig Zahler (U.S.)

NON-FICTION

“Cuba And The Cameraman,” Jon Albert (U.S.)

“My Generation,” David Batty (U.K)

“The Devil and Father Amorth,” William Friedkin (U.S.)

“This Is Congo,” Daniel McCabe (Congo)

“Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda,” Stephen Nomura Schible (U.S., Japan)

“Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond. The Story of Jim Carrey, Andy Kaufman, and Tony Clifton,” Chris Smith (U.S.)

“Happy Winter,” Giovanni Totaro (Italy)

HORIZONS

“Disappearance,” Ali Asgari (Iran, Qatar)

“Especes Menaces,” Gilles Bourdos (France, Belgium)

“The Rape of Recy Taylor,” Nancy Buirski (U.S.)

“Caniba,” Lucian Castaing-Taylor, Verena Paravel (France)

“Les Bienheureux,” Sofia Djama (France, Belgium)

“Marvin,” Anne Fontaine (France)

“Invisibile,” Pablo Giorgelli (Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Germany)

“Brutti e Cattivi,” Cosimo Gomez (Italy, France)

“The Cousin,” Tzahi Grad (Israel)

“Reparer les vivants,” Katell Quillevere (France, Belgium)

“The Testament,” Amichai Greenberg (Israel, Austria)

“No Date, No Signature,” Vahid Jalilvand (Iran)

“Los Versos Del Olvido,” Alireza Khatami (France, Germany, Netherlands, Chile)

“Nico, 1988,” Susanna Nicchiarelli (Italy)

“Krieg,” Rick Ostermann, Barbara Auer (Germany)

“West of Sunshine,” Jason Raftopoulos (Australia)

“Gotta Cenerentola,” Alessandro Rak, Ivan Cappiello, Marino Guarnieri, Dario Sansone (Italy)

“Under The Tree,” Hafsteinn Gunnar Sigurdsson (Iceland, Denmark, Poland, Germany)

“La Vita in Comune,” Edoardo Winspeare (Italy)