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9 films from the Biennale Cinema 2023 at Venice in Seoul
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9 films from the Biennale Cinema 2023 at Venice in Seoul

From February 15 to 25, at the Cinemathèque Seoul Art Cinema, in collaboration with the Italian Institute of Culture in Seoul.

Venice in Seoul

Starting Thursday February 15th (and through the 25th) the 12th edition of Venice in Seoul, which again this year in Korea presents a qualified selection of Italian films from the Venice International Film Festival of La Biennale di Venezia. Nine Italian films, both new and restored “classics” from the recent 80th Venice Film Festival 2023, which will be screened at the Cinemathèque Seoul Art Cinema, in collaboration with the Italian Institute of Culture in Seoul.

Participating in Venice in Seoul 2024, from the Venezia 80 Competition, will be Enea by Pietro Castellitto and Adagioby Stefano Sollima. From the Out of Competition section, the screenings will feature L’ordine del tempo (The Order of Time) by Liliana Cavani and Amor by Virginia Eleuteri Serpieri. From the Orizzonti section, the screenings will feature Una sterminata domenica (An Endless Sunday) by Alain Parroni and Invelle (Nowhere) by Simone Massi. Last but not least, for Venice ClassicsLa provinciale (The Wayward Wife, 1953) by Mario Soldati and Bellissima (Beautiful, 1951) by Luchino Visconti, and the documentary Dario Argento: Panico by Simone Scafidi.

The project to promote and spread Italian cinema in the world, was launched in 2005 by La Biennale di Venezia in Brazil, with subsequent series organized in Russia starting in 2006, in China starting in 2009, in Korea starting in 2012 and in Croatia, Lebanon and Singapore starting in 2014 and in the UK where  the third edition of From Venice to London has just ended.  New series will be organized for the first time in Indonesiafrom April 25 to 30, in Jakarta, Bandung and Yogykarta, in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute of Jakarta and for the first time inMorocco, from next May, in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Institute of Rabat.


The 81st Venice International Film Festival will be held from August 28th to September 7th 2024 directed by Alberto Barbera