Tuesday, June 21, 2011

"Bel Ami" to be shown at Venice Film Festival & distribution info?

Director General of RAI Lorenza Lei and the CEO of RAI Cinema - 01 Distribution Paolo Dal Brocco Paul spoke to the press June 13 presenting a list of movies that Rai Cinema (01) will distribute in theatres from Fall 2011 to Early Winter 2012.

It follows a long list that probably could be shown to the Venice Film Festival...and..
"Among the distributions coming from overseas there is a big expectation for Bel Ami, by Guy de Maupassant, the Twilight star Robert Pattinson and Uma Thurman"

So far the Giornale di Vicenza , which fits Bel Ami between the Rai Cinema Film Distribution-01 ready for deployment in the coming months but not directly part of the films eligible candidates for the Film Festival of Venice.

  Primissima instead is more explicit and says:

Obviously these are only hopes by now but , since only July 28 when there will be a press conference for the official presantation the 68th Venice International Film Festival (August 31 to September 10) you'll know how things will stand. But the premise is that the presence of RAI Cinema branded films will be consistent,and we all hope too. Paolo Del Brocco said (Managing Director of RAI Cinema-01 Distribution), "No certainty, all will be revealed later but expectations are high."

We will see, which Italian and international films from Rai Cinema may be shown at the Venice Film Festival 2011. Quando la notte, by Cristina Comencini with Claudia Pandolfi and Filippo Timi, Terra ferma by Emanuele Crialese with Donatella Finocchiaro and Beppe Fiorello, Le Premier Homme by Gianni Amelio, taken from a posthumous novel by Albert Camus, filmed in French in Algeria and starring Claudia Cardinale, Jacques Gamblin and Maya Sansa; The Industrial Giuliano Montaldo with Pierfrancesco Favino and Carolina Crescentini The "idi" of March and also directed by George Clooney with the director himself also as actor, along with a cast of top-level which sees Ryan Gosling, Evan Rachel Wood, Paul Giamatti, Philip Seymour Hoffman.

As we said at the beginning, for now take them as a hypothesis because the Director of the Venice Film Festival, Marco Muller has not seen many of these films, even though on paper all have a good chance.

There is also talk about of Bel Ami, taken from the masterpiece of Guy de Maupassant who would take on the venetian red carpet stars like Robert Pattinson , Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci and Kristin Scott Thomas.The directors are Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod.

We will see what will happen July 28, the date of the press conference of the Venice Film Festival...
Thnks to Robertpattinsonmoms

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