2022 Venice Film Festival Lineup

Earlier this morning, the Venice Film Festival announced the official lineup for the festival’s 79th edition. The festival runs from August 31st – September 10th, 2022. Academy Award Winner Julianne Moore will be serving as the president of this year’s jury overseeing the films in competition.

Playing in Competition:
“All The Beauty and The Bloodshed,” Laura Poitras
“Argentina, 1985,” Santiago Mitre
“Athena,” Romain Gavras
“The Banshees of Inisherin,” Martin McDonagh
​”Bardo, False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths,” Alejandro G. Iñárritu
“Beyond The Wall,” Vahid Jalilvand
“Blonde,” Andrew Dominik
“Bones and All,” Luca Guadagnino
“Chiara,” Susanna Nicchiarelli
“A Couple,” Frederik Wiseman
“The Eternal Daughter,” Joanna Hogg
​”Il Signore Delle Formiche,” Gianni Amelio
“Love Life,” Kôji Fukada
“L’Immensità,” Emanuele Crialese
“Monica,” Andrea Pallaoro
“No Bears,” Jafar Panahi
”On The Fringe,”Juan Diego Botto
“Other People’s Children,” Rebecca Zlotowski
“Our Ties,” Roschdy Zem
“Saint Omer,’ Alice Diop
​”The Son,” Florian Zeller
“TÁR,” Todd Field
“The Whale,” Darren Aronofsky
“White Noise” – Noah Baumbach – OPENING FILM

Playing Out of Competition (Fiction):
“The Hanging Sun,” Francesco Carrozzini- CLOSING FILM
“Call Of God,” Kim Ki-duk
“Dead For a Dollar,” Walter Hill
“Don’t Worry Darling,” Olivia Wilde
“Dreamin’ Wild,” Bill Pohlad
“Living,” Oliver Hermanus
“Master Gardener,” Paul Schrader
“Pearl,” Ti West
“Siccitá,” Paolo Virzì
“When The Waves Are Gone,” Lav Diaz

Playing Out of Competition (Non-Fiction):
“A Compassionate Spy,” Steve James
“Bobi Wine Ghetto President,” Christopher Sharp, Moses Bwayo
“Freedom on Fire: Ukraine’s Fight For Freedom,” Evgeny Afineevsky
“Gli Ultimi Giorni Dell’Umanità,” Enrico Ghezzi, Alessandro Gagliardo
“In Viaggio,” Gianfranco Rosi
“The Kiev Trial,” Sergei Loznitsa
“The Matchmaker,” Benedetta Argentieri
“Music For Black Pigeons,” Jørgen Leth, Andreas Koefoed
“Nuclear,” Oliver Stone

​”Princess,” Roberto De Paolis – OPENING FILM
“A Man,” Key Ishikawa
“Autobiography,” Makbul Mubarak
“Blanquita,” Fernando Guzzoni
“Bread and Salt,” Damian Kocur
“The Bride,” Sergio Trefaut
“For My Country,” Rachid Hami
“The Happiest Man in the World,” Teona Strugar Mitevska
“Innocence,” Guy Davidi
“Luxembourg, Luxembourg,” Antonio Lukich
“On The Fringe” (“En Los Márgenes”), Juan Diego Botto
“The Sitting Duck,” Jean-Paul Salomé
“Ti Mangio il Cuore,” Pippo Mezzapesa
“To The North,” Mihai Mincan
“Trenque Lauquen,” Laura Citarella
“Vera,” Tizza Covi, Rainer Frimmel
“Victim” (“Obet’”), Michal Blasko
“World War III,” Houman Seyiedi

Horizons Extra:
“Amanda,” Carolina Cavalli
“Goliath,” Adilkhan Yerzhanov
“Hanging Gardens,” Ahmed Yassin Al Daradji
“Nezouh,” Soudade Kaadan
“Notte Fantasma,” Fulvio Risuleo
“Origin of Evil,” Sébastien Marnier
“Red Shoes,” Carlos Eichelmann Kaiser
“Valeria Is Getting Married,” Michael Vinik
“Without Her,” Arian Vazirdaftari

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