FNE at Venice 2017: See how the critics rated the programme

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FNE has teamed up with FIPRESCI critics attending the Venice Film Festival to rate the films in the Main Competition, Orizzonti, Venice Days and Critics giving the films 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 stars.

5 is the best and 1 is the worst. The ratings give an overview of critics opinions from a large number of countries and provide insights to what critics in many different countries think about the programme.

Click HERE to see how the critics rated the official Venice 2017 programme.

This year FNE in Venice has teamed up with the Lithuanian Film Centre, the Polish Filmmakers Association and the Polish Film Institute, that will offer participating critics a gift of DVDs from a selection of the best in classic and contemporary.

The Lithuanian Film Centre will offer the participating critics two rare, beautifully restored classic Lithuanian films The Beauty / GRAŽUOLĖ (1969) directed by Arunas Zebriunas and Children From The Hotel America / VAIKAI IŠ „AMERIKOS“ VIEŠBUČIO (1990) directed by Raimundas Banionis.

The  Polish Filmmakers Association will present critics with DVDs of contemporary Polish cinema Anatomy of Evil / Anatomia Zla and One Way Ticket to the Moon / Bilet Na Ksiezyc by Jacek Bromski and the beautifully restored classic Man of Iron / Czlowiek Z Zelaza by Andrzej Wajda.

The Polish Film Institute presents Adrzej Wajda’s Afterimage / Powidoki, Wolyn / Hatred by Wojciech Smarzowski, Agnieszka Holland’s Pokot / Spoor.

Also Gods / Bogowie directed by Łukasz Palkowski, Last Family / Ostatnia Rodzina directed by Jan P Matuszynski, Ida directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, Body / Cialo directed by Malgorzata Szumowska and Sztuka Kochania Historia Michaliny Wislockiej / The Art of Loving The Story of Michalina Wislocka directed by Maria Sadowska.