Actors Johnny, Mark Rylance, Gana Bayarsaikhan, the producers Monika Bacardi, Olga Segura and Andrea Iervolino and the director Ciro Guerra proudly attended the first premiere of Waiting for the Barbarians, today at the 76th Venice Film Festival at Sala Grande, in Venice, Italy.
Johnny, as always gave interviews (to be released soon) and talked to fans
Johnny, Mark Rylance, Gana Bayarsaikhan and the producers Andrea Iervolino, Monika Bacardi and director Ciro Guerra attended the Honoring Dinner for “Waiting for the Barbarians” at Centurion Palace, during the 76th Venice Film Festival.
Another day, another festival! Waiting for the Barbarians will be screened in London!
Johnny’s latest movie directed by Ciro Guerra, featuring Mark Rylance and
Robert Pattinson, and based on the novel of the same name by J. M. Coetzee, is
set to be screened at the 63rd BFI London Film Festival!
The festival will happen from October 2 to October
13, but Waiting for the Barbarians will only have a screening and is not in a
Schedule: 1° session: October 6 (Sunday) at 20:40h at BFI Southbank. 2° session: October 7 (Monday) at 12:30h at ODEON Tottenham Court Road. 3° session: October 9 (Wednesday) at 18:10h at Empire Haymarket.
PS: Tickets for the screenings will be
available in September 12 at 10:00 AM! Click HERE for prices and more information.
As usual it’s unknown if cast will attend
this festival, but let’s stay tuned.
Jacopo Quadri, editor of the “Waiting for the Barbarians” shared a photo of the
editing session of the movie. This version is the one which will be screened at
the festivals, but it doesn’t mean that will be the same version screened on
theaters and/or the DVD/Blu-ray or On-demand. Some movies after the festivals,
based on the critics and audience opinions, are re-edited with more, less or alternate scenes.
“Waiting for the Barbarians” will have three new
exclusive screenings reserved only for those working in the cinematographic
sector, such as media professionals from specialized cinema/entertainment websites (not for social networks), professionals from press, radio/TV, photographers, press
attaches, etc… These are important to know because two
of these screenings will happen at the morning of September 6, before the
official premiere schedule for 19:30h! So the first articles, posts, photos, comments and
critics may be released sooner online on the following hours.
> “Waiting for the Barbarians” Pass Holders Schedule: 1° session: September 6 at 9 AM 2° session: September 6 at 11 AM 3° session: September 7 at 9:55 AM
Although the premiere of “Waiting for the Barbarians”, next September 6 is really sold out, for those interested to watch the movie at the festival, there are still tickets for the next double screening with the movie “La Mafia Non E Piu Quella Di Una Volta” on the same day at 20:30h. These are going to be the only two screenings open for public at the festival!
“Waiting for the Barbarians” will also going to be screened in France!!!
Johnny’s latest movie directed by Ciro
Guerra, featuring Mark Rylance and Robert Pattinson and based on the novel
of the same name by J. M. Coetzee, is set to be screened at the 45th Deauville
American Film Festival in France. The festival will happen from September 6 to September
15 but the official date for the screening is yet to be revealed. Also different from the other
festivals, the movie will only have a premiere and is not in a competition.
Let’s stay tuned for the official date for
the premiere and also if cast will attend this festival. Up until now it seems that Robert Pattinson is confirmed to attend the festival but due to his movie “The Lighthouse” by Robert Eggers is on competition for the The Lucien-Barriere Literary Award.
Waiting for the Barbarians will also be screened at the San Sebastian Film Festival!
Johnny’s latest movie directed by Ciro Guerra and featuring Mark Rylance and Robert Pattinson and based on the novel of the same name by J. M. Coetzee, is set to be screened at the San Sebastian Film Festival, in Spain, and is set to happen from September 20 to September 28, among a selection of the best films of the year, not yet released in Spain, and which have received critical acclaim and/or awards at other international festivals.
The movie is also competing on the “Audience Award”, which will be decided by the spectators who attend the first public screening of each film in the said Perlak section. The San Sebastián Audience Award
goes to the distributor of the film in Spain and is made up of two different awards: a 1st Award for Best Film, carrying €50,000 euros, and a 2nd Award for Best European Film carrying €20,000.
Let’s stay tuned for the official date for the premiere and also if cast will attend this festival.
The world premiere and first screening of the upcoming “Waiting for the Barbarians” next September 9 seems to be currently sold out! The movie will have a second screening on the same day at 20:30h with tickets still for sale.Those who chose to be the first to watch the movie, payed € 48.50 ($
54,35) and for the second screening, which will be a double screening with the movie “
La Mafia non è più quella di una Volta”, the price is € 21,50 ($ 24,10). Also, the Red Carpet is set to happen before the first screening, probably around 19h, and Johnny and cast (Robert is still unconfirmed) are expected and officially announced to attend.
Click HERE for the official page of “Waiting For the Barbarians on Venice Film Festival to check more info and buy tickets.
UPDATE: According to official page of Venice Film Festival, on twitter, today only a first tranche of tickets was available, and they recommended to keep an eye on the website or subscribing to receive more updates.
Either way, it’s amazing how the tickets sold out in few minutes/hours. The same happened to the upcoming releases of “The Joker” featuring
During a conference for the upcoming event, the chief, film critic
and director for the Venice Film Festival,
Alberto Barbera, revealed a list of actors who is
expected to attend this year. With the “Waiting for the Barbarians” world premiere, Johnny,
Mark Rylance and Robert Pattinson are on the list, as well Lily-Rose for the
movie “The King”.
Up until now, this list may be considered pre-official, once revealed for the director himself, and posted on the official Venice Film Festival account on twitter, although we have to keep in mind that it will also depend of their schedules.
Either way, fingers crossed!