Venice 2013: Venice Days Lineup Announced

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The Venice Film Festival announced the full lineup for their Venice Days sidebar, with 12 films featured this year including Bruce LaBruce‘s Gerontophilia (pictured above), John KrokidasKill Your Darlings, and Sean Gullette‘s Traitors. This year Venice has partnered with Tribeca to feature one film of their choosing, then at the Tribeca Film Festival Venice will do the same.  The film they chose is the doc Lenny Cooke by Benny and Joshua Safdie.  

Hit the jump for the full lineup and check back tomorrow for the rest of the Venice selections. 

Alienation,” Milko Lazarov (Bulgaria)

La Belle Vie,” Jean Denizot (France)

Bethlehem,” Yuval Adler (Israel)

Gerontophilia,” Bruce LaBruce (Canada)

Traitors,” Sean Gullette (Morocco/U.S.)

Kill Your Darlings,” John Krokidas (U.S.)

Nobody’s Home,” Deniz Akcay (Turkey)

May In The Summer,” Cherien Dabis (U.S., Qatar, Jordan)

La Mia Classe,” Daniele Gaglianone (Italy)

La Reconstruccion,” Juan Taratuto (Argentina)

Rigor Mortis,” Juno Mak (Hong Kong)

Siddharth,” Richie Mehta (India,Canada)

Women’s Tales Project (Shorts) in collaboration with Miu Miu

The Door,” Ava DuVernay (Italy,U.S.)

Le Donne Della Vucciria,” Hiam Abbas (Italy,France)


Julia,” J. Jackie Baier (Germany,Lithuania)

Venezia Salva,” Serena Nono (Italy)

In Collaboration With Tribeca Film Festival

Lenny Cooke,” Benny Safdie, Joshua Safdie (U.S.)

Pre-opener Special Screening

L’arbitro,” Paolo Zucca (Italy,Argentina)

Closer – Special Screening

Tres Bodas De Mas,” Javier Ruiz Caldera (Spain)