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Pierre Niney plays Frantz in Francois Ozon's film at Venice Film Festival 2016, by Nesta

We listen to Frantz recall “The noise is terrifying. The sound of the wind in the leaves. I can’t hear the notes. Le Suicide, Manet”.  

Paula Beer wins best young Actress with Frantz at Venice Film Festival by Nesta

La Culture Francaise - Allemande is brought to the front by director Francois Ozon with Frantz, as Paula Beer wins best young actress for her portrayal, in both tongues, of a love torn soul drawn into mourning and faced with the imagery of Manet’s painting, Le Suicide

Liev Schreiber as The Bleeder at Venice Film Festival 2016 sketch by Nesta

Jaeger Le Couture winner and Actor Liev Schreiber, describes his part in The Bleeder as “The right choice”, with humour as director Philippe Faladreau provides “Something gritty and sexy in the design of the film, and embraces the flaws of the hand held camera”.

Philippe Faladreau directs The Bleeder at Venice film Festival, by Nesta

Jaeger Le Couture winner and Actor Liev Schreiber, describes his part in The Bleeder as “The right choice”, with humour as director Philippe Faladreau provides “Something gritty and sexy in the design of the film, and embraces the flaws of the hand held camera”, then goes onto dance, like “a pathetic ridiculous person” while Naomi Watts, actress, goes into costume for her audition

Jude Law and The Young Pope at Venice Film Festival

Jude Law plays The Young Pope with “just a joy, on these beautiful sets and colourful, wonderful compositions” directed by the humour and attention to detail of Paulo Sorrentino, “Very nice!” he comments.

Back soon for to an even Bigger Splash at this year's Venice Film Festival

A pleasure to see a film brought to a new place, at the Italian island of Pantelleria with 4 people living out a holiday in a house share, and a wondrous marriage of Italian and british humour.  Pen on paper, sketching a "beautiful, human and lasting experience" ...

Thelma Schoonmaker, editor, Golden Lion for lifetime achievement Award, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

Editor to Martin Scorsesee Documentary pull out people’s characters. 6 week course. Bad with Michael Jackson. White Gloves. Raging Bull. Red Gloves. “Thank you for the lovely drawing” comment by Schoonmaker on the sketch.

Olive Ketteridge, Persol Tribute to Visionary Talent Award 2014, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

Refusing to cry. Feminists, character actors. In a deep well. 57 year old woman. Olive Ketteridge Target audience? 15 year old males. (!!)  

Olive Ketteridge, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

Originally TV Series, 90 mins is not enough to tell a female story. Still lives organically apart from the story.  

Near Death Experience, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

A film poem, a visual poem. Mountain.

Nymphomaniac, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

3 lifelines to Lars Show your dick at the end and it will be floppy, but no fucking. A pleasant life working with Lars. Reading and talking about sexuality. He’s just sighing. People don’t learn how to have good sex. Started as shorter film. it grew and grew. A longer process and dependence on sex. Negro and donald duck references.  

The Humbling, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

King Lear on Broadway. Show me the man who is not passion’s slave.

3 Coeurs, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

"That's lovely", comments Gainsbourg on the sketch.

Manglehorn, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

A wonderful construct to put the cat there. I just stood there and let everything fall in there.

The Humbling, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

I may be depressed but I don’t know about it. Depressed seems so ominous Anonymity goes up in value. In order to live, use what you can. The humbling desire. Gene Hackman clothed on a mountain.

The Humbling, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

Tragic Comic Fall viewed as glamorous. Comedy and tragedy, the mask kisses them both. “That’s nice!” says Pacino in regards to the Sketch.

Ich Seh Ich Seh, Goodnight Mommy, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

Kept as open as possible, as free, no restrictions.

Words with Gods, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

A dialogue with god, a room for religion. A De La Iglesia - Catholic Comedy Artist as healer, and their position. Tel Aviv. Old Testament

The Farewell Party, Mita Tova, Venice International Film Festival 2014, Sketch by Nesta

Levana : The Moon. The Wolf. The Blood Wedding (Garcia Lorca)

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