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Serena Seghedoni

I quote obscure movie references in conversations and take disappointing book endings way too seriously. I take life lessons from Dawson’s Creek, I’ve written a dissertation on Joker, and I once had to explain to the security guards at the airport that the ‘sharp item’ they found in my bag was, in fact, a Harry Potter wand.

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2023 Venice Film Festival Lineup: Full List & Plots at Venezia 80

The lineup of the 2023 Venice Film Festival has been announced! Which films will we watch at Venezia 80? Read the full list with plots!

Venice Immersive 2023: Virtual Reality Lineup (Venezia 80)

The official virtual reality lineup of Venice Immersive 2023 is here! Read our list of all 44 VR & XR projects premiering at the film festival this year, with plots, synopses and information.

Glitter & Doom: Film Review (Frameline47)

“Queer love movie musical” Glitter & Doom is light on plot, but Indigo Girls fans will enjoy its irresistible musical numbers.

Ted Lasso Season 3 Finale Review

Ted Lasso ‘s Season 3 Finale is just as rewarding and wonderfully corny as it needed to be, and the best farewell to the Apple TV+ series we could have hoped for.

Amjad Al Rasheed on Inshallah A Boy: Interview

We interview director Amjad Al Rasheed about Inshallah A Boy, the first Jordanian film to ever premiere at the Cannes film festival.

The Sweet East: Cannes Film Review

Ironic without being pretentious, The Sweet East is the unapologetically original odyssey of a girl who’s “doing her own thing” in contemporary America.

The Zone of Interest: Film Review

Revolving around a merry nazi family living next door to a concentration camp, The Zone of Interest is a bleak, bold watch, and a holocaust drama unlike anything you’ve seen before.

Killers of the Flower Moon: Film Review

Martin Scorsese’s Killers of the Flower Moon is a potent, stunning epic, elevated by a superb screenplay and flawless performances.

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny: Review

James Mangold cranks up the nostalgia in Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, and the journey is worth taking despite its narrative flaws.

The Animal Kingdom: Cannes Film Review

Paul Kircher is astonishingly good in Thomas Cailley’s The Animal Kingdom, a thoroughly absorbing film that you simply won’t be able to take your eyes off of.