Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Fiori, Fiori, Fiori!,’ High-School Massacre Drama ‘Run Hide Fight’ Complete Venice Lineup

The Venice Film Festival has completed the lineup of its 77th edition with the addition of “Fiori, Fiori, Fiori!,” a short film shot during the lockdown by Luca Guadagnino, the director of Oscar-nominated “Call Me By Your Name,” and U.S.

film “Run Hide Fight,” about a high-school massacre.Both titles will play in the Out of Competition section of the festival, which runs on the Lido as a physical event Sept.

2 to 12.Venice artistic director Alberto Barbera described the films as “two irreducibly different models of filmmaking, which are the expression, however, of an identical and compelling creative energy.”In documentary “Fiori, Fiori, Fiori!,” shot during the Covid-19 lockdown, Guadagnino travels to Sicily to knock on the doors of childhood friends and discuss with them their experience during the pandemic.Barbera describes the film as a “personal escape” for Guadagnino “in search of the people, places and relationships of his youth.

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