5 Amazing Films That the 2023 Venice Film Festival Will Be Remembered By

There’s always a lot of anticipation leading up to the Venice Film Festival, and this year’s edition certainly lived up to the hype. Some of the year’s most anticipated films had their world premiere in Venice, and here are five worth putting on your watch list.

Poor Things

The winner of the prestigious Golden Lion award stars the brilliant Emma Stone as a young Victorian woman rediscovering the world anew after being brought back to life by a mysterious scientist.


Only a year after Baz Luhrmann’s retelling of Elvis Presley’s life story took the world by storm, Sofia Coppola decided to explore the same subject matter from Priscilla Presley’s point of view.


Star-studded biopics were all the rage in Venice this year, and Bradley Cooper gave us one of the very best with Maestro, which centers on the iconic West Side Story composer Leonard Bernstein.


Michael Mann’s Ferrari is another biopic that took us on a wild ride in Venice, and it sees Adam Driver playing Enzo Ferrari during one of the most challenging times of his life.

The Killer

If you want to take a break from biopics and watch a gripping psychological thriller, David Fincher’s new film will be your cup of tea. It centers on a professional assassin going through a psychological crisis while in the midst of an international manhunt.

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