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Venice Film Festival 2018: Table of Contents

The following table of contents contains all of Glenn Kenny's written dispatches from the 75th Venice Film Festival. 

Venice Film Festival 2018: The Mountain, Roma

Venice Film Festival 2018: A Star is Born, The Other Side of the Wind

Venice Film Festival 2018: Suspiria, Peterloo, Non-Fiction, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs

Venice Film Festival 2018: The Sisters Brothers, La Quietud 

Venice Film Festival 2018: Vox Lux, Dragged Across Concrete, At Eternity's Gate

Venice Film Festival 2018: The Nightingale, Nuestro Tiempo

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