Some great news today, our most anticipated Cate movie this year – TÁR, will have it’s world premiere at the 79th Venice Film Festival. You can also follow the movie’s official social media accounts below. The School for Good and Evil where Cate is the narrator will drop on Netflix on October 21st 2022.
Cate Blanchett Set to Bring New Movies to Venice
Focus Features will be on the Lido with Todd Field’s “Tár,” which teams the “In the Bedroom” director with Cate Blanchett as the fictional Lydia Tár, one of the world’s greatest conductors and the first female conductor of a major German orchestra. Blanchett is a Venice regular who presided over the festival’s main jury in 2020.
Full line up of movies premiering at this year’s festival will be unveiled on July 26th with screening schedule to be released at the middle of August. The festival will run from August 31st to September 10th 2022.
Countdown to #Venezia79!
On Tuesday 26 July, at 11 am, President #RobertoCicutto and Director #AlbertoBarbera will present the programme of the #BiennaleCinema2022 in live streaming on https://t.co/vrqUSwYslA and on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube? https://t.co/vOrSZTHEEU pic.twitter.com/mdAfMdhwYi
— La Biennale di Venezia (@la_Biennale) July 19, 2022
— TÁR (@tarmovie) July 21, 2022
The School for Good and Evil
Whose side are you on?
Sofia Wylie, Sophia Anne Caruso, Kerry Washington, and Charlize Theron star in The School for Good and Evil. Premiering October 21 pic.twitter.com/Z9DIUh2un0
— Netflix (@netflix) July 21, 2022