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welcome to kino from the venice international film festival now it's been a while since myself and my colleagues. but we just had to come this year i mean venice this year the stars the films the buzz i mean if i'm honest i think venice. would have loved to have to look at films like first man with ryan gosling or a star is born superstar lady gaga yeah i mean the line up this year in venice made it even more difficult for the jury under president. to pick this year's winners in particular the golden lion. the venice who are crowned it was an amazing trust the mexican director alfonso cuarón deservedly took the golden lion for the most personal film of his. roma is stark and intense
often shark black and white tells a story of his childhood in mexico in the one nine hundred seventy s. . this film is an ode to the women who shaped his mother and his name. they survive all the trials life throws at them and hold the family together. the ground ground grand prize go through the favorite by your vibrant thanh this is a runner up on also a good record with the spotlight on women. the favorite is a bizarre british period drama here it's really. how does the kingdom think you mean and scored three women engage in a nasty dance of power and intrigue deliciously played by emma stone rachel weisz and as queen the phenomenal olivia colman the british t.v. star won venice is prize for best actress. i'd send you some numbers if i thought
we could raise the money i wasn't seeing. female characters represented in cinema and in an interesting complex way as human beings they're usually the housewife or the girlfriend or the object over desires thank wrong women and powerful artists. willem dafoe won best actor on earth for his role as an aging mad genius vincent van gogh. and you have my paintings. this year's venice with an appetizer perhaps for the coming oscar season. well we'll see how the film celebrated in venice this year do next year at the oscars because the venice film festival has become a platform for the academy awards ever since films like spotlight birdman or the shape of water premier here and went on to win the oscar for best film won director
in venice who already has an oscar is florian henckel fun dawna's mark who won for his very first film the lives of others with his new movie never look away he's trying to make it a two piece and the film is really a cinematic tour de force it's the story of a german family told through three generations and their struggles for life love and the pursuit of artistic freedom. client angle from donna's moccasin penchant for complicated stories his latest film is the only john one competing at the venice film festival thomas mok took seven years to make it an expectation to highlight. the film tells the story of course. and he shot the nominee. most of the best as. i not have missed me. dear mr thompson in place the young east german who wants to become an artist by
itself i wasn't called just annoyed of course his biggest critic is his own father in law then the great idea of the contest is not. for us to designers and that's all brilliantly portrayed by. the two rivals bound by a traumatic event in the past. as we had first and yet what fascinated me was that i had the possibility to depict how interwoven victims and perpetrators are within a family i found that intriguing that's what has spawned the film shot cuts life beginning with his childhood in nazi germany or so that's what constitutes. the boys aren't his only son might but she is mentally. soonish that new vaccine caused others first but it's sure. to be ok. kurt watches as his aunt is carried away by the nazis the man who will become his father nor is jointly responsible for the nazis euthanasia program and the
miserable is one of its victims. it's a lost cut never gets over even in adult court in east germany cut begins his studies at the arctic atomy where he meets the love of his life and he's a bond he also meets her stepfather but is oblivious to his past because a band has adapted nicely to life in the g.d.r. but the story goes on the other one was close. to a big. bet i'll get us to magazine associate it with i could flees to the west and as accepted into the world renowned does a lot of academy of art is at liberty to live. is that the fire. no real life names are mentioned but the film clearly reflects events in the life of god and other artistic greats from a time like yours of voice. down as marcus said many times he didn't want to make a biopic he wanted to tell a story about the nature of us never look away is intensely less than three hours long it's an ambitious work and the challenge for the audience.
is to find on his mark in never look away and the lives of others you take a look at german history and the light of victims and perpetrators. who seem to be fascinated by both why. it was always the eternal question what would one of done back then for exactly this relationship between perpetrators and victims in this case within a family that i find so fascinating because it was like that throughout the whole country to a certain extent our country was a big family of victims and perpetrators after nine hundred forty five or also after nine hundred eighty nine and i think you can't really tell or countries big stories without that relationship. or shows that the english tell your film is
never look away what is it that we should look away from. what i saw it more as the kind of thing the anti says to the boy in the film always questioning the truth. make your own mind up about things but looking closely at them without judging them that's actually the most important thing to always take a good close look at things that's what's meant. by the stomach the mind is into you know we're here in venice you have a special relationship with this city you made your second film here the tourist. what was your most intense experience. i had. we had these huge stars angelina jolie and johnny depp. and in every scene on a tiny intimate square we had thousands of people standing around and before every single take i had to grab the microphone and tell them we're really glad that you love our stars so much but please try not to scream and julianna and johnny saleh
would leave while we're filming. ok stop me if you've heard this one before a has been performing discovers a younger talent and decides to hitch his wagon to her rising star now that's the plot of a star is born a story that's been told and retold hollywood history in fact there's been three film versions of a star is born perhaps the most famous being the one from the one nine hundred seventy s. starring barbra streisand and kris kristofferson for the twenty eight tina dition we have instead of chris christie office and bradley cooper who also directs but the real surprise is his leading lady none other than pop icon lady gaga in her film debut. bradley cooper plays musician jack mayne he used to be successful now he's an alcoholic.
is the first time i worried about. chiles so maine has lost his crown but then he sees allie playing. and he knows instantly she's got what it takes to be a star just like in real life. while we were filming this movie we also had the opportunity watching and being a part of watching her seeing him every day and it was literally the whole crew would just sit back and we were all we all kind of forgot we were even doing a job. as a parent on the red carpet was one of the most magical moments of the festival. it was if the public had been waiting for it for years. for pratley cooper i i what i love so much about working with bradley is that you know there was a true exchange you know he accepted me as an actress and i accept him fully as
a musician and. i own is almost as old as hollywood itself in the one nine hundred seventy six version of the film barbara streisand and kris kristofferson play the love struck couple. bradley cooper terms the story into a modern romance where both artists meet on equal terms. sean penn was on twitter that was one of the best films he'd seen in years and we fell in love to. turn. it. over six. years.
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