“Land Of Dreams” Photocall – The 78th Venice International Film Festival


Premiering at the Venice Film Festival in the Horizons sidebar, Land of Dreams was written by the late Jean-Claude Carrière and Azari, based on a story by Neshat. It’s a witty and thrilling take on American culture that benefits from its creators’ immigrant experiences and inventive style. The film, which is also visually stunning, cleverly examines the relationship between the surveillance state and personal freedom while also commenting on a surprisingly broad spectrum of American life, from the cliched suburban family to the Black artist haunted by the specter of the nation’s past.


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September 3, 2021 | 1:11 pm