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As the Internet continues to change the ways in which audiences discover, discuss and share films, the Biennale continues to work to embrace the many possibilities provided by this new digital landscape.” The audience for each Sala Web screening is strictly capped at 800 admissions per screening, with each ticket granting users access a one time only viewing of their chosen film.
For the third consecutive year Sala Web, the web theatre of Venice Film Festival, will once more provide a unique opportunity for professionals and audiences both to screen selected titles from the 71st edition of the Mostra from the comfort of their own computers, and from anywhere in the world.
Festival Director Alberto Barbera commented: “By expanding the viewing window for films on Sala Web this year, we hope to make the Web Theatre an ever more flexible and valuable service for anyone interested in following the Mostra in 2014 – from cinephiles everywhere in the world to journalists, fellow festival programmers and distributors who can all use Sala Web to discover brand new works of cinema that may otherwise have remained beyond their reach.
Sala Web provides this special opportunity for audiences around the world to ‘connect’ directly with the Venice Film Festival and discover the voices and films representing some of the most inventive and expressive aesthetic trends in world cinema today, from established filmmakers as well as emerging talents.
NABAT by Elchin Musaoglu (Orizzonti) / Screening: Friday 5 September – Buy your tickets here Nabat and her husband Iskender, a former forest guard who has grown old and sick, live in an isolated house far from the village.
The war in the Nagorno Karabakh has been going on for years, and their son was killed in battle.
To avoid being arrested for trafficking, they decide to stage a fake wedding, engaging a Palestinian friend of theirs to masquerade as the bride, and a dozen Italian and Syrian friends to disguise themselves as guests.