One Night in Miami - directed by Regina King. She is the first black female director to have a film premiere at the festival. (If y'all don't do betta.)
Padrenostro (Our Father) - the story of a young boy who comes of age after witnessing a traumatic event
Und morgen die ganze Welt (And Tomorrow the Entire World) - a German teenager joins a group of activists looking to stop the rise of neo-Nazis
スパイの妻 (Wife of a Spy) - a historical romance drama directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, a director most known for Japanese horror (no, he is not related to Akira)
Nomadland - starring Frances McDormand and directed by Chloé Zhao, a filmmaker already with some critical darlings under her belt like The Rider and Songs My Brother Taught Me
Le Sorelle Macaluso (The Macaluso Sisters) - directed by playwright Emma Dante who also wrote and directed the stage version
Nuevo Orden (New Order) - directed by Michel Franco, this film is a Mexican-French dystopian thrilla
낙원의 밤 (Night in Paradise) - directed by Park Hoon-jung
Jenayat-e bi deghat (Careless Crime) - this film is in the running for the Orizontti, which runs parallel to Leone d'Oro to highlight new trends in up and comers in world cinema
Narciso em férias (apologies as OP wasn't sure if she found the accurate English translation) Brazilian singer-songwriter Caetano Veloso reflects on his imprisonment in 1968, during the military dictatorship.
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Wanting to cover this since this is such a big cinematic event especially this year. Will be making more posts about the fashions, panels, red carpets. Also, sorry italianONTD for my crap Italian. Sto imparando.