Regina King’s ‘One Night in Miami,’ Pedro Almodovar’s ‘The Human Voice’ Added to Venice Lineup

Regina King’s directorial debut “One Night in Miami” and Pedro Almodovar’s Jean Cocteau adaptation “The Human Voice,” starring Tilda Swinton, have been added to the lineup of the Venice Film Festival’s upcoming 77th edition.Both additions will screen out-of-competition.“One Night in Miami,” to which Amazon Studios recently acquired worldwide rights, takes place in 1964 and follows a young Cassius Clay — who later becomes known to the world as Muhammad Ali – after he wins the title of world heavyweight boxing champion.The first feature directed by King, who last week received an Emmy nomination for her acting role the HBO miniseries “Watchmen,” will also screen at the Toronto Film Festival.

King, whose recent acting credits also include Barry Jenkins’ “If Beale Street Could Talk” and “Seven Seconds” on Netflix, has previously directed episodes of television on shows such as “Scandal” and “This Is Us.” But “One Night in Miami

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