This story was initially revealed in September 2017.
Based in 1932 as a part of the Venice Biennale, the Venice Movie Pageant is the oldest movie pageant on the earth and, in lots of respects, probably the most historically glamorous.
Maybe it has to do with the canals. Stars navigating the town by boat have turned its canals into floating pink carpets — excellent for a photo-op, as a long time of celebrities and photographers have came upon.
The A-list friends of this yr’s Venice Movie Pageant have upheld its fashionable legacy. Penelope Cruz attended the premiere of her movie “Loving Pablo,” in an Atelier Versace robe. The movie depicts the controversial love story between drug lord Pablo Escobar and the glamorous journalist Virginia Vallejo (performed by Cruz). Credit score: Stefania D’Alessandro/WireImage/Getty Photographs
Or possibly it is the inventive flare the pageant encourages: Andy Warhol, Steve McQueen and Ai Weiwei are only a few of the artists-turned-film-makers who’ve premiered movies on the Italian pageant.
Watch the video above for a better take a look at what units Venice aside from the opposite festivals on the circuit, from the abundance of couture to the town’s most famed buildings.