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This week kicks off the fall season with two major film festivals: the Venice Film Festival and Telluride Film Festival, both running over the weekend.I'm back in Venice for my third time in a row to celebrate the 76th edition of this iconic festival, happy to be here, ready to start watching, excited to see all the films they're showing.Natalie Portman plays a fictionalized version of her named Lucy Cola, who has a breakdown and starts to lose her grip on reality after returning to Earth. The cast includes Jon Hamm, Zazie Beetz, Dan Stevens, Nick Offerman, Tig Notaro, Ellen Burstyn, Colman Domingo, plus Joe Williamson. We're now only 116 days away from opening day, and we've still only seen the teaser trailer. Abrams, it continues the storyline started in following Rey, Finn, & Poe as they fight the First Order. It's refreshing to see such a unexpected, kinky animated short. , which initially premiered at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year (here's the first trailer). The doc film is the latest from acclaimed filmmaker Asif Kapadia, who won the Best Doc Oscar in 2016 for . I like the mix of traditional 2D animation and practical / real-life sets. And I like the pervasive awkwardness throughout, it sets a tone but also helps nudge the story.
He plays a hospital psychiatrist whose sanity is pushed to the edge when a frightened amnesiac patient insists that he has died and brought something terrible back from the other side.Now the young king must navigate palace politics, the war his father left behind, and the emotional strings of his past life.Timothée Chalamet stars as King Henry V of England, with a full cast including Robert Pattinson, Ben Mendelsohn, Joel Edgerton, Dean-Charles Chapman, Lily-Rose Depp, Sean Harris, Thomasin Mc Kenzie, Tom Glynn-Carney, Andrew Havill, & Steven Elder.The Director's Cut has been praised as the complete vision and has worthwhile scenes to see (read Indiewire's report). , which premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival last year.It also played at the Glasgow and Chattanooga Film Festivals earlier this year, and is dropping in theaters on VOD on DVD this fall for horror fans who are interested.