Cinémoi Goes To Venice

Cinémoi Goes to venice 2017

Jane Fonda & Robert Redford both received a Lifetime Achievement award at the Venice Film Festival, following the premiere of the new original Netflix film Our Souls At Night, a beautiful autumn romance so immaculately played by the two iconic actors.

Cinémoi Goes To Venice 2017

After Philomena, Academy Award winner Judi Dench (Shakespeare in Love) reunites with Academy Award-nominated director Stephen Frears (The Queen), and returns to the role of Queen Victoria, in Victoria & Abdul. The screenplay of Victoria & Abdul is by Academy Award nominee Lee Hall (Billy Elliot), based on journalist Shrabani Basu’s book Victoria & Abdul: The True Story of the Queen’s Closest Confidant.

The film Victoria & Abdul is presented Out of Competition at the Venice Film Festival, receiving here its world premiere screening. The film is set in 1887, when Abdul travels from India to present a ceremonial medal as part of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee but surprisingly finds favor with the elderly Queen.


The unprecedented and unlikely relationship causes a battle royale within the royal household, pitting the Queen against court and family. Victoria & Abdul humorously explores questions of race, religion, power, and the farce of Empire through the prism of a highly unusual and deeply moving friendship.

Cinémoi Goes to venice 2018

Cinemoi Goes To Venice 2018: The First Man cast and crew took one small step on the opening night red carpet.

Cinémoi Goes To Venice 2018

Cinémoi Goes To Venice 2018: Damien Chazelle's First Man opens this year's Venice Film Festival.


Cinémoi goes to venice 2017: Julien Planté in conversation with British director Stephen Frears