2022 Venice Film Festival

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Timothée Chalamet: “Bones and All” on Isolation and Love

The prospect of seeing Golden Globe winner Timothée Chalamet in Bones and All prompted reporters to cram into the Sala Darsena at the Venice Film Festival at 8:30 on an unseasonably chilly Italian morning. The horror-love story of two lost souls – Timothée as Lee and Taylor Russell (Waves) as Maren – driven by their inner urges to consume human flesh is directed by Luca Guadagnino and co-stars Mark Rylance and an almost unrecognizable, Chloë Sevigny.
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Stars Toast the HFPA at the 79th Venice Film Festival

The bellinis were flowing on the Lido as the Hollywood Foreign Press Association hosted its annual Biennale reception for filmmakers, dignitaries, and other special guests at the 79th Venice Film Festival. Held poolside at the historic Excelsior Hotel, the gathering has become a tradition by the HFPA to not only pay tribute to the creative talent attending but to announce the new recipients of the Association’s co-sponsorship of the Venice Film Residency Program.