Venice Film Fest 2010: Competition Lineup

Rome, July 29, 2010—The Venice Film Festival has unveiled its lineup of 79 world premieres, comprising an ample American contingent, alongside robust European and Asian representations, making for a carefully calibrated mix of classic auteur and genre fare, as well as more esoteric offerings.

New works by Julian Schnabel, Sofia Coppola, Vincent Gallo, Monte Hellman and Kelly Reichardt will launch from the Lido and vie for the Golden Lion with fresh fare from European heavyweights, including Abdellatif Kechiche, Francois Ozon, and Tom Tykwer, and well-established Asian helmers Tsui Hark, Takashi Miike and Tran Anh Hung, among other entries.
67TH Annual Venice Film Fest Lineup: Competition

Opening Film
"Black Swan," Darren Aronofsky (U.S.)

"La Pecora Nera," Ascanio Celestini (Italy)
"Somewhere," Sofia Coppola (U.S.)
"Happy Few," Antony Cordier (France)
"The Solitude of Prime Numbers," Saverio Costanzo (Italy, Germany, France)
"Silent Souls," Aleksei Fedorchenko (Russia)
"Promises Written in Water," Vincent Gallo (U.S.)
"Road to Nowhere," Monte Hellman (U.S.)
"Balada Triste de Trompeta," Alex de la Iglesia (Spain, France)
"Venus Noir," Abdellatif Kechiche (France)
"Post Mortem," Pablo Larrain (Chile, Mexico, Germany)
"Barney's Version," Richard J. Lewis (Canada, Italy)
"We Believed," Mario Martone (Italy, France)
"La Passione," Carlo Mazzacurati (Italy)
"13 Assassins," Takashi Miike (Japan)
"Potiche," Francois Ozon (France)
"Meek's Cutoff," Kelly Reichardt (U.S.)
"Miral," Julian Schnabel (U.S., France, Italy, Israel)
"Norwegian Wood," Tran Anh Hung (Japan)
"Attenberg," Athina Rachel Tsangari (Greece)
"Detective Dee and the Mystery of Phantom Flame," Tsui Hark (China)
"Three," Tom Tykwer (Germany)