Venice Film Festival: A dive in the past

Just yesterday, August 29th, the 69th edition of the Venice Film Festival was inaugurated. Red carpet, spotlight, paparazzi and, of course, movies. But how about going back in the early 50's to see the actors who drove our parents crazy? Read on ...

You have probably read the news in the newspapers: the Opening Ceremony of the 69th edition of the Venice Film Festival took place yesterday, August 29th. It is since 1932 that Venice Lido has being hosting the “International Exhibition of Cinematographic Art” of the Bienniale – A real must for the movie addicted from all over the world!
With a program full of meetings, presentations, screenings and debates, Venice is really on fire during this period.

So now, why don’t you have a look at what we found in the archive of this amazing Festival during the early 50’s? A rich gallery of fabulous photos in black and white portraying the greatest actors and actress of that time. Are you ready?

Well, have a seat, and gather all your family for this enchanting dive in the past ..

Alberto Sordi, Sophia Loren, Monica Vitti and Michelangelo Antonioni, Aldo Fabrizi and Nives Zegna, Catherine Deneuve and Jean Sorel, Sophia Loren and Anna Magnani, Ricky and Ugo Tognazzi, Brigitte Bardot, Sandro Milo e Romy Schneider con la mamma, Claudia Cardinale, Roger Vadim and Jane Fonda, Paul Newman, Ginger Rogers and Jacques Bergerac, Rock Hudson and Novella Parigini, Kirk Douglas and Gina Lollobrigida.

Real gems, huh?

By the way, if cinema is your passion why you don’t start to shoot your analogue masterpiece with the help of our Lomokino, the first movie camera by Lomography?

Are you hearing the call of the director’s chair?
Get ready to answer!

written by biri on 2012-08-30 in #news #movie #black-and-white #venice-film-festival #show #actors #biennale #art
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