This year, six MPC films are featured in the official and non-official competitions at the Venice International Film Festival.
The aim of the Festival is to raise awareness and promote international cinema in all its forms as art, entertainment and as an industry, in a spirit of freedom and dialogue. The Festival also organises retrospectives and tributes to major figures as a contribution towards a better understanding of the history of cinema.
Dogman, directed by Luc Besson. The MPC teams in Paris and Bangalore, under the supervision of Laurent Larapidie for visual effects creation and Alice Neichols for VFX production, crafted over 300 shots. These shots included tasks such as rejuvenation, multi-layered image compositions for scenes involving dogs, and background compositing.
La Bête, directed by Bertrand Bonello. The MPC Paris teams created around fifty shots for the film under the supervision of Hugues Namur. The post-production teams took care of the rushes and the DI.
The Killer, directed by David Fincher. The post-production teams at MPC Paris Hauteville supported the Director of Photography, Erik Messerschmidt, in coordinating and managing the film’s rushes.
Io Capitano, directed by Matteo Garrone. The MPC Liège teams crafted around thirty shots for the film under the supervision of Laurent Creusot.
Ferrari, directed by Michael Mann.
Making-Of, directed by Cédric Kahn. The MPC Paris teams created around twenty shots for the film under the supervision of Hugues Namur.
Results will be announced on September 9. To obtain your accreditation, visit the La Biennale website.